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Cooperative Communication Systems Using Distributed Convolutional-Based Coding
Author:
Mohamed Mustafa Mohamed Elfituri
ISBN:
978-1-940366-40-1
Published Date:
July, 2015
Pages:
122
Paperback:
$85
Publisher:
Science Publishing Group
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Table of Contents
The Whole Book
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Front Matter
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Chapter 1 Wireless Systems
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1.1 Wireless Channel
1.2 Fading
1.3 Channel Coding
1.4 Diversity
1.5 Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO)
Chapter 2 Cooperative Systems
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2.1 Relaying Protocols
2.1.1 System Model
2.1.2 Simulation Results
2.2 Coded Cooperation
2.2.1 System Model
2.2.2 Simulation Results
2.3 Antenna/Relay Selection
2.4 Channel Estimation
Chapter 3 Convolutional-Based Distributed Coded Cooperation for Relay Channels
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3.1 Proposed Coding Scheme
3.2 Upper Bound on the Probability of Bit Error
3.2.1 Distributed Coded Cooperation with Error-Free Relays
3.2.2 Distributed Coded Cooperation with Errors at Relays
3.3 Outage Probability Analysis
3.3.1 Distributed Coded Cooperation with Error-Free Relays
3.3.2 Distributed Coded Cooperation with Errors at Relays
3.4 Simulation Results
Chapter 4 Antenna/Relay for Coded Cooperative Networks
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4.1 System Model and Preliminaries
4.1.1 Decode-and-Forward Relaying
4.1.2 Amplify-and-Forward Relaying
4.2 Decode-and-Forward Relaying: Performance Analysis with Selection
4.2.1 Decode-and-Forward with Error-Free Relaying
4.2.2 Decode-and-Forward with Relay Errors
4.3 Amplify-and-Forward Relaying: Performance Analysis with Selection
4.4 Relay Selection
4.5 Simulation Results
Chapter 5 Coded Cooperative Communications with System Non-idealities
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5.1 Channel Estimation
5.2 Distributed Coding with MRC Channel Estimation
5.2.1 System Model
5.2.2 Performance Analysis
5.2.3 Simulation Results
Back Matter
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Author(s)
Assistance Professor Mohamed M. M. Elfituri is the dean of the College of Electrical and Electronics Technology, Benghazi, Libya since 2011. He received his Ph.D. in Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Concordia University, Montreal, Canada in May 2009, and his M.Sc. in Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, University of Garyounis, Benghazi, Libya in Feb 1999, and his B.Sc. in Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, University of Garyounis, Benghazi, Libya in July1993. Dr. Mohamed is a lecturer in Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, University of Garyounis, Benghazi, Libya from 1999 to 2003; and he has been an assistance professor since 2012. In addition to teaching, Dr. Mohamed worked as RF Designer from 2009 to 2010 at Barrett Broadband Networks Inc., Woodstock, NB, Canada.
Description
Whenever size, power, or other constraints preclude the use of multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems, wireless systems cannot benefit from the well- known advantages of space-time coding (STC) methods. Also the complexity (multiple radio-frequency (RF) front ends at both the transmitter and the receiver), channel estimation, and spatial correlation in centralized MIMO systems degrade the performance. In situations like these, the alternative would be to resort to cooperative communications via multiple relay nodes. When these nodes work cooperatively, they form a virtual MIMO system. The destination receives multiple versions of the same message from the source and one or more relays, and combines these to create diversity.
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