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—In this paper, we characterize the information-theoretic capacity scaling of wireless ad hoc networks with n randomly distributed nodes. By using an exact channel model from Maxwell's equations, we successfully resolve the conflict in the literature between the linear capacity scaling by¨Ozgür et al. and the degrees of freedom limit given as the ratio of(More)
— In many known examples where compress-and-forward (CF) for relay networks is capacity achieving, it is only trivially so, i.e., it falls back to hashing without quantization. A potentially better strategy is to decode as much as possible and to compress the residual information, i.e., a combination of decode-and-forward (DF) and CF (Cover and El Gamal's(More)
—We establish an achievable rate region for discrete memoryless interference relay channels that consist of two source-destination pairs and one or more relays. We develop an achievable scheme combining Han-Kobayashi and noisy network coding. We apply our achievability to two cases. First, we characterize the capacity region of some classes of discrete(More)
We consider streaming data transmission over a discrete memoryless channel. A new message is given to the encoder at the beginning of each block and the decoder decodes each message sequentially, after a delay of T blocks. In this streaming setup, we study the fundamental interplay between the rate and error probability in the central limit and moderate(More)
In this paper, we consider the Gaussian diamond-wiretap channel that consists of an orthogonal broadcast channel from a source to two relays and a Gaussian fast-fading multiple access-wiretap channel from the two relays to a legitimate destination and an eavesdropper. For the multiple access part, we consider both the case with full channel state(More)