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On the Practical Physical-Layer Network Coding with Partially Overlapped Packets
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On the Practical Physical-Layer Network Coding with Partially Overlapped Packets
Lim, Hyeonwoo; Jung, Bang Chul; Ban, Tae-Won; Sung, Kil-Young;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we investigate the physical layer network coding (PNC) technique in a two-way relay channel (TWRC) where two source nodes send and receive data with each other via a relay node. In particular, we consider the communication scenario where packet length from the two sources is different from each other. We analyze the bit error rate (BER) of the received packet at the relay node according to degree of overlapping between two packets. The BER of the short packet remains unchanged regardless of the degree of overlapping since the entire packet is overlapped with the longer packet, while the BER of the longer packet becomes improved as the degree of overlapping decreases. Thus, we need a novel transmission scheme to enhance BER performance of the PNC technique in TWRC environments since the overall BER performance of the PNC technique at the relay node depends on the worse BER between two ovelapping packets` BERs.
 Keywords
Two-way relaying technique;physical-layer network coding;channel coding;packet overlapping;
 Language
Korean
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