Analog Joint Source Channel Coding for Gaussian Multiple Access Channels

  title={Analog Joint Source Channel Coding for Gaussian Multiple Access Channels},
  author={Mohamed Hassanin and {\'O}scar Fresnedo and Javier Garcia-Fr{\'i}as and Luis Castedo},
We investigate the problem of transmiting independent sources over the Gaussian Multiple Access Channel (MAC) using a CDMA-like access scheme that allows users to transmit at different rates. Rather than using standard digital communications systems, we focus on analog joint source-channel coding techniques to encode each user's source. We analyze the performance of the proposed scheme and demonstrate its optimality. Simulation results with practical analog joint source-channel codes optimized… Expand
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  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • 2015 49th Annual Conference on Information Sciences and Systems (CISS)
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