Harold H. Sneessens

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Cooperation in wireless systems can achieve spatial diversity gains as well as coverage enhancement. In the usual decode-and-forward (DF) strategy, a relay cooperates only when it can decode successfully the signal received from the source. This paper presents instead a DF strategy in which the receiver manages to take advantage of forwarded signals(More)
Compress-and-Forward is a protocol for transmission over relay networks in which the relay forwards a compressed version of the signal it observes. The compression method used by the relay is source coding with side information, i.e. Wyner-Ziv coding, since the destination can use the signal it receives directly from the source as side information. This(More)
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