Ioannis Chatzigeorgiou

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— In this paper, we investigate in detail the performance of turbo codes in quasi-static fading channels both with and without antenna diversity. First, we develop a simple and accurate analytic technique to evaluate the performance of turbo codes in quasi-static fading channels. The proposed analytic technique relates the frame error rate of a turbo code(More)
—This paper considers the multiple-access relay channel in a setting where two source nodes transmit packets to a destination node, both directly and via a relay node, over packet erasure channels. Intra-session network coding is used at the source nodes and inter-session network coding is employed at the relay node to combine the recovered source packets(More)
— It is known that the frame error rate of turbo codes on quasi-static fading channels can be accurately approximated using the convergence threshold of the corresponding iterative decoder. This paper considers quasi-static fading channels and demonstrates that non-iterative schemes can also be characterized by a similar threshold based on which their frame(More)
—The explosive growth of content-on-the-move, such as video streaming to mobile devices, has propelled research on multimedia broadcast and multicast schemes. Multi-rate transmission strategies have been proposed as a means of delivering layered services to users experiencing different downlink channel conditions. In this paper, we consider(More)
—We consider binary systematic network codes and investigate their capability of decoding a source message either in full or in part. We carry out a probability analysis, derive closed-form expressions for the decoding probability and show that systematic network coding outperforms conventional network coding. We also develop an algorithm based on Gaussian(More)
It has been demonstrated that turbo codes substantially outperform other codes, e.g., convolutional codes, both in the non-fading additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channel as well as multiple-transmit and multiple-receive antenna fading channels. Moreover, it has also been reported that turbo codes perform very well in fast fading channels, but perform(More)
The performance of turbo codes in quasi-static fading channels both with and without antenna diversity is investigated. In particular, simple analytic techniques that relate the frame error rate of a turbo code to both its average distance spectrum as well as the iterative decoder convergence characteristics are developed. Both by analysis and simulation,(More)
—We derive an adaptive power control method for a collaborative network utilizing partner selection that aims to minimize the frame error rate (FER). We model a decode-and-forward (DF) collaborative network under block fading conditions, which contains M independent users utilizing codes, whose performance can be expressed by a signal to noise (SNR)(More)
The objective of this paper is twofold. Initially, we present an analytic technique to rapidly evaluate an approximation to the union bound on the bit error probability of turbo codes. This technique exploits the most significant terms of the union bound, which can be calculated straightforwardly by considering the properties of the constituent(More)
We derive theoretical bit and frame error rate expressions for decode-and-forward (DF) collaborative networks containing <i>M</i> users, employing a variety of block codes over a Rayleigh block faded channel. With the aid of these expressions, we explore the performance of adaptive power control for such systems. This extends previous work by optimizing(More)