Cooperative ARQ in Wireless Networks: Protocols Description and Performance Analysis

  title={Cooperative ARQ in Wireless Networks: Protocols Description and Performance Analysis},
  author={Guanding Yu and Zhaoyang Zhang and Peiliang Qiu},
  journal={2006 IEEE International Conference on Communications},
Cooperative transmission is an efficient technique to realize diversity gain in wireless fading channels via a distributed way. In this paper, we consider a wireless network composed of a source, a relay and a destination terminal. We exploit the limited feedback from the destination and propose three different cooperative ARQ protocols, which combine the incremental relaying and selection relaying protocols. An analysis model to analyze and compare the data link layer packet error rate (PER… CONTINUE READING
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