On the achievable rate of the additive Gaussian noise channel with noisy feedback

@article{Ham2010OnTA,
  title={On the achievable rate of the additive Gaussian noise channel with noisy feedback},
  author={Jaesang Ham and David James Love},
  journal={2010 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory},
  year={2010},
  pages={226-230}
}
Communications systems operating over additive Gaussian noise channels with no feedback or ideal channel output feedback are now well studied. However, these set-ups model extreme cases and fail to provide much insight into more practical feedback systems. Therefore, in this paper, a noisy feedback communication system is considered. We study the application of linear multi-dimensional coding of the feedback and data signal. Upper bounds on the achievable rate for our set-up, that are functions… CONTINUE READING

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