Mehdi Dabirnia

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Harvesting energy from radio frequency signals along with transmitting data through them is appealing for different wireless communication scenarios such as RFID systems and implantable devices. In this paper, we propose a technique to design nonlinear codes for use in such systems taking into account both energy transmission and error rate requirements.(More)
We focus on short block length code design for Gaussian interference channels (GICs) using trellis-based codes. We employ two different decoding techniques at the receiver side, namely, joint maximum likelihood (JML) decoding and single user (SU) minimum distance decoding. For different interference levels (strong and weak) and decoding strategies, we(More)
We consider a binary energy harvesting communication system with a finite battery transmitter over a noisy channel, and design explicit and implementable codes based on concatenation of a nonlinear trellis code (NLTC) with an outer low density parity check (LDPC) code. We propose two different decoding methods where the simplified one ignores the memory in(More)
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