Channel Coding versus Cooperative ARQ: Reducing Outage Probability in Ultra-Low Latency Wireless Communications

@article{Serror2015ChannelCV,
  title={Channel Coding versus Cooperative ARQ: Reducing Outage Probability in Ultra-Low Latency Wireless Communications},
  author={Martin Serror and Christian Dombrowski and Klaus Wehrle and James Gross},
  journal={2015 IEEE Globecom Workshops (GC Wkshps)},
  year={2015},
  pages={1-6}
}
Nowadays wireless communications still lack the ability to provide high reliability and low latency, although mission-critical applications, such as found in industrial automation, rely on both requirements. The main challenge is that an improved reliability often comes at the price of an increased latency. It has been shown that cooperative schemes can effectively increase the reliability by leveraging spatial diversity. However, an important question remains how to integrate cooperative… CONTINUE READING
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