Jang-Wook Moon

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We consider a communication scenario in which a message is received in the presence of partial-time Gaussian jamming and additive white Gaussian noise. We consider a quasi-static channel, in which the amplitude and phase are constant over each packet transmission. The receiver does not know the amplitude and phase of the incoming signal, which symbols are(More)
We consider the use of selective-retransmission automatic repeat request (ARQ) protocols to improve communication performance on partial-time jamming channels. The schemes that we propose are based on reliability-based hybrid ARQ (RB-HARQ), in which the set of bits to be retransmitted is adaptively selected based on the estimated a posteriori probabilities(More)
We propose new collaborative reception techniques for use in the presence of a partial-time Gaussian jammer. Under the proposed techniques, a group of radios acts as a distributed antenna array by exchanging information that is then used to perform jamming mitigation. We propose two such jamming mitigation techniques that offer a tradeoff between(More)
Collaborative techniques have been proposed to improve communications in the presence of a hostile jammer. A distributed detection and decoding technique based on collaborative decoding has been shown to be effective for communications over non-fading channels for coherent communications. In this paper, we consider collaborative communications strategies(More)
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