Sreejith Sreekumar

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Traditionally, the capacity region of a coherent fading multiple access channel (MAC) is analyzed in two popular contexts. In the first, a centralized system with full channel state information at the transmitters (CSITs) is assumed, and the transmit power and data-rate can be jointly chosen for every fading vector realization. On the other hand, in(More)
We consider a two-user block-fading MAC with distributed channel state information (CSI), where each user has access to only its own fading coefficients. The average rate-pairs of communication while employing within-block coding is known as the adaptive capacity region, where each user adapts the rate based on its perceived link gain. We evaluate the(More)
We consider a distributed multiple access system (MAC) with bursty arrivals. The transmissions are grouped into slots and the users are frame-synchronized. At the start of each time slot, variable sized packets independently arrive at each of the transmitting terminals. The packets are to be delivered to a common receiver within a certain number of slots(More)
We consider a block-fading Gaussian MAC under a local CSI model where the transmitters have access to their own fading states. The system requires that the joint transmission rate-vector should not be in outage in any block. The average rate-tuples that can be achieved in fading MAC under such local distributed CSI and outage-free transmission belong to the(More)
We consider a multiple access system (MAC) with bursty arrivals. The transmissions are grouped into slots and the users are frame-synchronized. At the start of each time slot, variable sized packets independently arrive at each of the transmitting terminals. The packets are to be delivered to a common receiver by the end of the slot. Each terminal knows(More)
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