Sliding-Window Superposition Coding: Two-User Interference Channels

  title={Sliding-Window Superposition Coding: Two-User Interference Channels},
  author={Lele Wang and Y. Kim and Chiao-Yi Chen and H. Park and Eren Sasoglu},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Information Theory},
  • Lele Wang, Y. Kim, +2 authors Eren Sasoglu
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
  • A low-complexity coding scheme is developed to achieve the rate region of maximum likelihood decoding for interference channels. As in the classical rate-splitting multiple access scheme by Grant, Urbanke, and Whiting, the proposed coding scheme uses superposition of multiple codewords with successive cancellation decoding, which can be implemented using standard point-to-point encoders and decoders. Unlike rate-splitting multiple access, which is not rate-optimal for multiple receivers, the… CONTINUE READING
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