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This paper examines the problem of rate allocation for multicasting over slow Rayleigh fading channels using network coding. In the proposed model, the network is treated as a collection of Rayleigh fading multiple access channels. In this model, rate allocation schemes that are based solely on the statistics of the channels are presented. The schemes are(More)
In this paper, we present a new analog error correcting coding scheme for real valued signals that are corrupted by impulsive noise. This product code improves Donoho's deterministic construction by using a probabilistic approach. More specifically, our construction corrects more errors than the Donoho matrices by allowing a vanishingly small probability of(More)
Keywords: Network coding for multicasting Wireless networks Outage capacity Rayleigh fading Multiple access channels a b s t r a c t This paper examines the problem of rate allocation for multicasting over slow Rayleigh fading channels using network coding. In the proposed model, the network is treated as a collection of Rayleigh fading multiple access(More)
In this paper we propose a rapidly converging LMS algorithm for crosstalk cancellation. The architecture is similar to deep neural networks, where multiple layers are adapted sequentially. The application motivating this approach is gigabit rate transmission over unshielded twisted pairs using a vectored system. The crosstalk cancellation algorithm uses an(More)
In this paper we present a new Turbo analog error correcting coding scheme for real valued signals that are corrupted by impulsive noise. This Turbo code improves Donoho's deterministic construction by using a probabilistic approach. More specifically, our construction corrects more errors than the matrices of Donoho by allowing a vanishingly small(More)
In this paper we present the Deep-LMS, a novel algorithm for crosstalk cancellation in DSL. The Deep-LMS crosstalk canceler uses an adaptive non-diagonal preprocessing matrix prior to a conventional LMS crosstalk canceler. The role of the preprocessing matrix is to speed-up the convergence of the conventional LMS crosstalk canceler and hence speed-up the(More)
In this paper, a new analog error correcting code with an iterative decoder is presented for real-valued signals corrupted by impulsive noises. In the proposed algorithm, a redundancy coding matrix is implemented as an analog version of the cyclic redundancy check (CRC) that is commonly used for data verification in digital communication. On the basis of(More)
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