Rateless spinal codes

@inproceedings{Perry2011RatelessSC,
  title={Rateless spinal codes},
  author={Jonathan Perry and Hari Balakrishnan and Devavrat Shah},
  booktitle={HotNets},
  year={2011}
}
A fundamental problem in wireless networks is to develop communication protocols that achieve high throughput in the face of noise, interference, and fading, all of which vary with time. An ideal solution is a rateless wireless system, in which the sender encodes data without any explicit estimation or adaptation, implicitly adapting to the level of noise or interference. In this paper, we present a novel rateless code, the spinal code, which uses a hash function over the message bits to… CONTINUE READING
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