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—The use of fountain codes in wireless cooperative relay networks can improve the system performance in aspects such as transmission time, energy consumption, transmission efficiency and outage probability etc. This has been proved when the number of the relay nodes and their relaying capabilities are stationary. But in practical networks the relay nodes(More)
The degree distribution of Fountain Codes has a very important influence on Fountain Codes decoding process. So optimizing the Fountain Codes degree distribution is very significant. In this paper, we present a new way to design the degree distribution with the idea of combining several different degree distributions and integrating them to one degree(More)
The physical layer security technology is an effective way to reduce information leakage in a wireless communication system. In this paper, we study the physical-layer security of one-way wiretap channel which contains a source-destination pair, an eavesdropper and multiple cooperating relay nodes. What's more, in this channel, there exists direct link(More)
A new adaptive demodulation(ADM) scheme based on rate less code and Maximum a Posteriori Probability compute the log-likelihood ratio(LLR) of each bit in the modulated symbol, if the LLR of this bit is larger than the pre-set threshold, demodulate this bit, else delete it. Because the channel state information(CSI) is known by the receiver, this scheme(More)
Relay transmission technology is the key technology for communication in the decentralized wireless network. In multi-hop relay transmissions, employing digital fountain code can greatly reduce the transmission of feedback information, improve the transmission efficiency of the network, and decrease the transmission time. In this paper, a relay pairs(More)
The physical security strategy in the wireless network with a single-antenna eavesdropper is studied. The information transmits from a single-antenna source to a single-antenna destination, and an energy-limited multi-antenna relay is employed to forward information. The antennas of the relay are divided into two groups. One group receives and forwards(More)