Well-rounded lattices for reliability and security in Rayleigh fading SISO channels

@article{Gnilke2016WellroundedLF,
  title={Well-rounded lattices for reliability and security in Rayleigh fading SISO channels},
  author={Oliver Wilhelm Gnilke and Ha Thanh Nguyen Tran and Alex Karrila and Camilla Hollanti},
  journal={2016 IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW)},
  year={2016},
  pages={359-363}
}
For many wiretap channel models asymptotically optimal coding schemes are known, but less effort has been put into actual realizations of wiretap codes for practical parameters. Bounds on the mutual information and error probability when using coset coding on a Rayleigh fading channel were recently established by Oggier and Belfiore, and the results in this paper build on their work. However, instead of using their ultimate inverse norm sum approximation, a more precise expression for the… 

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