Shaham Sharifian

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Complex field network coding has been shown to achieve a throughput of 1/2 symbol per user per channel use in a multi-way relay channel (MWRC). To achieve this throughput, a superimposed combination of user symbols must be distinguishable at the relay. In [1], precoding vectors were designed for an MWRC with all users employing the same rectangular(More)
The problem of full data exchange in multi-way relay channels (MWRCs) was considered in [1]. The algorithm proposed provides a throughput of 1/1.5N symbol per user per channel use (sym/U/CU) with binary signaling, which is a 33% increase compared to traditional relaying. In this paper, we analyze the average total energy consumption of the users for the(More)
Full data exchange with complex field network coding (CFNC) has been shown to achieve a throughput of 1/2 symbol per user per channel use (sym/U/CU) in a multiway relay channel (MWRC). Further, optimum precoding has been designed for a MWRC with a throughput of 1/2 sym/U/CU such that a rectangular quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) constellation symbol(More)
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