On Non-Binary Constellations for Channel-Coded Physical-Layer Network Coding

@article{FarajiDana2013OnNC,
  title={On Non-Binary Constellations for Channel-Coded Physical-Layer Network Coding},
  author={Zahra Faraji-Dana and Patrick Mitran},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications},
  year={2013},
  volume={12},
  pages={312-319}
}
We investigate channel-coded physical-layer network coding in a two-way relaying scenario, where the end nodes A and B choose their symbols, S_A and S_B, from a small non-binary field, \mathbb{F}, and adopt a non-binary PSK modulation. The relay then directly decodes the network-coded combination {aS_A+bS_B} over \mathbb{F} from the noisy received superimposed channel-encoded packets. The advantage of working over non-binary fields is that it offers the opportunity to decode according to… CONTINUE READING
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