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|Title: ||Network Coded Information Raining Over IEEE 802.16j|
|Authors: ||Sue, Christopher|
|Advisor: ||Valaee, Shahrokh|
|Department: ||Electrical and Computer Engineering|
|Keywords: ||network coding|
|Issue Date: ||7-Apr-2010|
|Abstract: ||Information raining has been shown to address the problem of delivering Internet access to high-speed rail passengers. However, a wireline repeater or heterogeneous wireless
relay design complicates implementation.
Recent developments in extending mobile multihop relaying to the IEEE 802.16e
standard have made it feasible to deploy an information raining using a common radio
and physical layer. Two automatic repeat request techniques and two network coding
techniques are proposed. An upper and lower bound on delay is established for a single
fully network coded relay system operating in static signal to noise ratio conditions.
Simulations involving a physical layer model demonstrate that network coding schemes
can attain the maximum downlink capacity.|
|Appears in Collections:||Master|
The Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering - Master theses
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