Random linear packet coding for high speed acoustic communication: An experimental analysis

@article{Ahmed2012RandomLP,
  title={Random linear packet coding for high speed acoustic communication: An experimental analysis},
  author={Rameez Ahmed and Milica Stojanovic},
  journal={2012 Oceans - Yeosu},
  year={2012},
  pages={1-7}
}
This work focuses on random linear packet coding as an efficient method for reliable high-speed underwater communications over acoustic links with long delay. The transmitter sends coded packets with a pre-determined redundancy over a simplex link with no feedback. The receiver checks each received packet, discarding packets with errors, until the necessary degrees of freedom for successful decoding have been achieved. Each coded packet is modulated using Orthogonal Frequency Division… CONTINUE READING

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