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This letter proposes a decentralized power allocation approach for random access with capabilities of multi-packet reception (MPR) and successive interference cancellation (SIC). Considering specific features of SIC, a bottom-up per-level algorithm is proposed to obtain discrete transmission power levels and the corresponding probabilities. Comparing with(More)
We propose a decentralized multi-cell aware opportunistic random access (MA-ORA) protocol that almost achieves the optimal throughput scaling in a K-cell random access network with one access point (AP) and N users in each cell. Under our MA-ORA protocol, users opportunistically transmit with a predefined physical layer data rate in a decentralized manner(More)
Due to the difficulty of coordination in multi-cell random access, it is a practical challenge how to achieve the optimal throughput with decentralized transmission. In this paper, we propose a decentralized multi-cell-aware opportunistic random access (MA-ORA) protocol that achieves the optimal throughput scaling in an ultra-dense K-cell random access(More)
Low-density generator matrix (LDGM) codes can be generated through instantaneous network topology with XOR operation at each node in original adaptive network coded cooperation (ANCC). Regular LDGM codes exhibit tradeoff nature between error floor and convergence threshold due to the low weight columns in the resulting parity check matrix. In this paper, we(More)
We study secondary random access in multi-input multi-output cognitive radio networks, where a slotted ALOHA-type protocol and successive interference cancellation are used. We first introduce three types of transmit beamforming performed by secondary users, where multiple antennas are used to suppress the interference at the primary base station and/or to(More)
In this paper, we introduce a distributed power allocation strategy for random access, that has the capabilities of multipacket reception (MPR) and successive interference cancellation (SIC). The proposed random access scheme is suitable for machine-to-machine (M2M) communication application in fifth-generation (5G) cellular networks. A previous study(More)
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