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Elements of Information Theory
- Cover, Thomas
- 1959
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Citation Context ...s, broadcast, interference, relay, and general multiterminal network information theory emerge along with associated rate-regions, which replace the simple capacity notion used in the singleuser case =-=[62]-=-, [64]. The presence of fading in its general form affects in certain cases the problem at hand in a very substantial way which cannot be decoupled from its network Authorized licensed use limited to:... |

2359 | On limits of wireless communications in a fading environment when usingmultiple antennas,”
- Foschini, Gans
- 1998
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Citation Context ...cal examples are the space–time codes, which attempt to benefit from the dramatic increase in capacity of spatial diversity in transmission and reception, i.e., multiple transmit and receive antennas =-=[92]-=-, [226], [280], [281], [283]. The recently introduced efficient turbo-coded multilevel modulation schemes [133] and the bit interleaved coded modulation (BICM) [42], as a special case, were motivated ... |

2194 | Data Networks
- Bertsekas, Gallagher
- 1992
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Citation Context ...ve assumed a fixed number of users transmitting to a receiver. In common models for communication (network) systems, a user accesses the channel randomly, as it gets a message to be transmitted [95], =-=[28]-=-, [84]. The random access of users is a fundamental issue which is not yet satisfactorily treated in terms of information-theoretic concepts [95], [28],[84]. Indeed, the -out-of- model discussed is mo... |

2073 |
Information Theory and Reliable Communication.
- Gallager
- 1968
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Citation Context ...ether time-invariant or variant, has been well established for decades with new touches motivated by practical technological achievements, reported systematically over the years (see [2], [62], [64], =-=[94]-=-, [114], [122], [223], [225], [267] for some recent developments). Neither the treatment of statistical time-varying channels is new in information theory, and in fact by now this topic is considered ... |

1404 |
Layered Space-Time Architecture for Wireless Communication in a Fading Environment When Using Multiple Antennas,”
- Foschini
- 1996
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Citation Context ...ystems with transmitter and receiver antennas, with the receiver equipped with full CSI, is evaluated. A nice lower bound is presented, which gives rise to a suboptimal yet efficient signaling scheme =-=[91]-=-. Substantial gains are observed, pointing out to this diversity technique as a crucial part of future communications systems. In [198], information-theoretic calculations for the multiple-transmit an... |

1329 |
Information Theory: Coding Theorems for Discrete Memoryless Systems.
- Csiszar, Korner
- 1981
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Citation Context ...ls, whether time-invariant or variant, has been well established for decades with new touches motivated by practical technological achievements, reported systematically over the years (see [2], [62], =-=[64]-=-, [94], [114], [122], [223], [225], [267] for some recent developments). Neither the treatment of statistical time-varying channels is new in information theory, and in fact by now this topic is consi... |

563 | Comments on broadcast channels,”
- Cover
- 1998
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Citation Context .... Some information-theoretic notions to be treated in the following, as capacity-versus-outage, delay-limited capacity, and expected capacity, are intimately related with compound [164] and composite =-=[61]-=- channels, and they apply directly to the case where CSI is available to the transmitter only. This setting, when the fading CSI is available to the transmitter only, poses some interesting informatio... |

550 |
Bit-interleaved coded modulation,”
- Caire, Taricco, et al.
- 1998
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Citation Context ...ential, when combined with modern techniques such as “turbo” coding and iterative decoding, to approach channel capacity. This is demonstrated in the elegant BitInterleaved Coded Modulation technique =-=[42]-=- to be described in Section IV, as well as in multilevel coding with multistage decoding [133], [159], [321]. This case differs markedly when no CSI is available. Consider the block-fading model, the ... |

511 | Variable-rate variable-power M-QAM for fading channels,” - Goldsmith, Chua - 1997 |

433 |
Eigenvalues and condition numbers of random matrices
- Edelman
- 1988
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Citation Context ...utage), and error exponents are provided. The methodology is based on the distribution of the eigenvalues of random matrices. The exact nonasymptotic distribution of the unordered eigenvalue is known =-=[82]-=- and used in [283] to compute the capacity of a single-user Gaussian channel with transmitters and receivers, where each transmitter reaches each receiver via an independent and identically distribute... |

223 |
Coding for channel with random parameters,” Prob
- Gel’fand, Pinsker
- 1980
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Citation Context ...nformation-theoretic setting there is in principle (but not always) a difference whether CSI information at the transmitter, even if ideal, is provided in a causal or noncausal mode. See [261] versus =-=[101]-=-, respectively, for simple finite independent and identically distributed (i.i.d.) state channel models. The case of unavailable realization of at the receiving site gives rise also to various equaliz... |

183 |
On the capacity of some channels with channel state information
- Caire, Shamai
- 2019
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Citation Context ... The main goal of this subsection is to present in some detail a very simple case which will provide insight to the structure of the more general results. Here we basically follow the presentation in =-=[41]-=-. In case differentiation is needed the upper case letters designate random variables, and lower case letters indicate their values. Sequences of random variables or their realizations are denoted by ... |

182 | Information theory and communication networks: an unconsummated union,”IEEE
- Ephremides, Hajek
- 1998
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Citation Context ...umed a fixed number of users transmitting to a receiver. In common models for communication (network) systems, a user accesses the channel randomly, as it gets a message to be transmitted [95], [28], =-=[84]-=-. The random access of users is a fundamental issue which is not yet satisfactorily treated in terms of information-theoretic concepts [95], [28],[84]. Indeed, the -out-of- model discussed is motivate... |

146 |
Modulation and coding for linear Gaussian channels
- Forney, Ungerboeck
- 1998
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Citation Context ...) where perfect channel inversion is attempted, exhibits (when applicable) for the receiver a classical AWGN channel for which, with modern coding techniques, capacity can be closely approached [27], =-=[90]-=-, [60]. Here we will highlight some recent results of primary practical importance, in the case where no channel state information is available. First, for the fast flat-fading model, (i.e., the fadin... |

115 |
On the Gaussian interference channel”,
- Costa
- 1985
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Citation Context ...ion for the interference channel is unknown in general even when no fading is present, that is, (see [191] for a tutorial review). The case of strong interference is solved in the unfaded case [240], =-=[59]-=-, and the rationale behind the solution [240] extends directly to the case where relevant CSI is available to the receiver only. Here receiver one, who processes , is aware of while the fading signals... |

108 | Gaussian multiaccess channels with ISI: capacity region and multiuser water-filling.
- Cheng, Verdu
- 1993
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Citation Context ...ne in both time and frequency. See also some results by [50] on this matter, and for the first extension (of water filling) to the multiple-user case over fixed intersymbol-affected Gaussian channels =-=[56]-=-. While [155], [157] considered the throughput (sum rate), in a remarkable work [43] the polymatroidal structure of the multiaccess Gaussian capacity region was exploited so as to provide an elegant c... |

106 | Bits through queues
- Anantharam, Verdú
- 1996
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Citation Context ...only mathematically but conceptually, calling for a serious unification between information and network theory [95], [84] and so far only very rare pioneering efforts have been reported [285], [279], =-=[17]-=-. We have not yet touched upon signaling constraints, imposed on each user which transmits several signals through the available transmitting antennas. The standard constraints are as follows. a) Aver... |

65 |
Optimum diversity combining and equalization in digital data transmission with application to cellular mobile radio - part I: Theoretical considerations
- Balaban, Salz
- 1992
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Citation Context ... site gives rise also to various equalization procedures, which bear their own information-theoretic implications referring to the specific interpretation of the equalization method on one hand [16], =-=[21]-=-, [58], [250], and the to information-theoretic role of the accuracy of the available channel parameters [185]–[186] on the other hand. This framework gives also rise to natural questions of how infor... |

54 |
On the calculation of mutual information
- Duncan
- 1970
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Citation Context ..., Viterbi’s result [314] follows immediately by the representation in [252] along with the classical Duncan–Kailath connection between average mutual information and causal minimum mean-square errors =-=[81]-=-. See [252] for details. where we recognize the familiar behavior. This behavior has been achieved however with a “peaky” signal, both in frequency (orthogonal signaling) and in time . The same result... |

50 |
Blitterswijk, “Capacity of slotted ALOHA in Rayleigh fading channels
- Ambak, van
- 1987
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Citation Context ...are [55], [2], [9], [3], [5], [105], [302], [336], [169], [184], [189], [120], [276], [271], [212], [244], [138], [20], [246], [30], [86], [121], [339], [269], [66], [46], [233], [275], [245], [264], =-=[18]-=-, [213], [224], [3], [7], [8], [102], [272], [1]. By no means is this list complete or even close to complete: hundreds of directly relevant references were not included, but rather appear in the refe... |

38 |
Universal decoding for channels with memory
- Feder, Lapidoth
- 1998
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Citation Context ... with length proportional to [61] to facilitate the accurate estimation of , at no cost of rate as In fact, the value of is not at all required at the receiver, which employs universal decoders [64], =-=[88]-=-, [164, and references therein], [166], and [338]. The quantification of this rationale, rigorized in [216], is based on the observation that (3.3.27) where, if the channel state process , is of asymp... |

37 |
MMSE decision-feedback equalizers and coding-Parts I and II,”
- Cioffi, Dudevoir, et al.
- 1995
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Citation Context ...gives rise also to various equalization procedures, which bear their own information-theoretic implications referring to the specific interpretation of the equalization method on one hand [16], [21], =-=[58]-=-, [250], and the to information-theoretic role of the accuracy of the available channel parameters [185]–[186] on the other hand. This framework gives also rise to natural questions of how information... |

37 |
A Gaussian channel with slow fading,”
- Ericson
- 1970
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Citation Context ...re insightful, and they provide the correct intuition into the specific expressions, as will be detailed in the following, resorting first to a very simple single-user flat-fading channel model [54], =-=[85]-=-, [86], [119], [127], [210]. We notice that the assumption of joint ergodicity of plays a fundamental role: in fact, without it the Shannon sense capacity, where the decoded error probability can be d... |

33 | The information-theoretic capacity of discrete-time queues
- Bedekar, Azizog˜lu
- 1998
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Citation Context ...ombinination of information and network (including queuing) theories, essential for a deep understanding of practical communications systems, is at best in its infancy stages [95], [84], [285], [17], =-=[26]-=-. Decisive results on the joint source-channel coding in time-varying channels are still needed, which would incorporate various decoding constraints (as delay, etc.) motivated by practical applicatio... |

24 | Capacity of Nakagami multipath fading channels
- Alouini, Goldsmith
- 1997
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Citation Context ...ifests itself essentially in changing the distribution of fading. Tendency to Gaussianity with the increase of diversity is mentioned also in [153] and others. Some additional results are reported in =-=[11]-=-, where capacity for Nakagami channels with or without diversity for different power strategies, as optimal power/rate adaptation, constant rate, and constant power, is evaluated. See also [12], where... |

24 |
Maximal error capacity regions are smaller than average error capacity regions for multi-user channels
- Dueck
- 1978
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Citation Context ...tiple-access channel, even in its simplistic memoryless setting, demonstrates some intricacies: for example, a possible difference between the capacity regions with average- or maximumerror criterion =-=[80]-=-, which are equivalent in the single-user setting. We shall not address further these issues (see [164, and references therein]) but focus on the simplest cases, and in this respect on the average err... |

20 |
MIMO Wireless Communications,
- Biglieri, Calderbank, et al.
- 2007
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Citation Context ...sive channels, whether time-invariant or variant, has been well established for decades with new touches motivated by practical technological achievements, reported systematically over the years (see =-=[2]-=-, [62], [64], [94], [114], [122], [223], [225], [267] for some recent developments). Neither the treatment of statistical time-varying channels is new in information theory, and in fact by now this to... |

18 | I-Q TCM: reliable communication over the Rayleigh fading channel close to the cutoff rate - Al-Semari, Fuja - 1997 |

18 |
Digital Cellular Radio
- Calhoun
- 1988
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Citation Context ...apidly emerging cellular communications spurred much theoretical research into fading channels, as the time-varying fading response is the basic ingredient in different models of these systems [113], =-=[44]-=-, [255]. Numerous information-theoretic studies of single-cell models emerged in recent years in an effort to identify, via a simple tractable model, the basic dominating parameters and capture their ... |

17 | A converse coding theorem for mismatched decoding at the output of binary-input memoryless channels
- Balakirsky
- 1995
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Citation Context ...ding metric irrespective of its suboptimality. The full extent of the information-theoretic problem, as reflected by the ultimate mismatched achievable rates, is not yet solved, but for binary inputs =-=[22]-=-. However, numerous bounds and fundamental insights into that problem have been reported. See [164] for a selected list of references and for further details. One of the more interesting and relevant ... |

16 |
Optimum utilization of the channel capacity of a satellite link in the presence of amplitude scintillations and rain attenuation
- Filip, Vilar
- 1990
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Citation Context ...rk communications systems [113], [44], [114]; however, time-varying fading channels play a central part in many other applications. Also there, including, for example, satellite communications [274], =-=[89]-=-, underwater channels, which exhibit particularly harsh conditions [290], [263], [136], [173] 16 informationtheoretic analysis is providing insight into the limitations and potentials of efficient com... |

16 |
Bandwidth scaling for fading channels
- Gallager, Médard
- 1997
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Citation Context ...set of random parameters, the number of which is at least proportional to the transmission time (this entails a positive rate). One of the more interesting models is that of “bandwidthscaling” [187], =-=[99]-=-, [286], where the random channel characterization implies that capacity-achieving signaling should be peaky in time and/or frequency. We shall demonstrate this feature adhering to an insightful formu... |

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A low delay algorithm for the multiple access channel with Rayleigh fading
- Bettesh, Shamai
- 1998
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Citation Context ... is a nondecreasing function of for i.i.d. nonnegative random variables thus establishing the advantage of CDMA over TDMA and FDMA under this fading model. For further details, see [97], [255], [48], =-=[29]-=-, [86], and [298]. A natural question that arises here is how orthogonal CDMA compares to the optimum (3.4.3) and to orthogonal TDMA and FDMA (3.4.5). In orthogonal CDMA, all users use orthogonal dire... |

13 |
Capacity and dynamic resource allocation in broadcast fading channels
- Goldsmith
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Citation Context ...e cancellation. Successive cancellation is an integral part of the information-theoretic reasoning associated with a broadcast-channel model [62]. This remains valid also for faded broadcast channels =-=[106]-=-, as well as in certain interference channels to be addressed in the following. Authorized licensed use limited to: Stanford University. Downloaded on January 13, 2010 at 19:08 from IEEE Xplore. Restr... |

12 |
Analysis of multicarrier transmission in time-varying channels”, in Communications
- Diggavi
- 1997
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Citation Context ... this signaling strategy can approach capacity for a dispersive Gaussian channel. Multicarrier modulation has been considered rather extensively in connection to fading. See, for some recent examples =-=[71]-=-, where multicarrier transmission is considered over multipath channels, with channel-state information given to both transmitter and receiver or just to the receiver. The loss of orthogonality and in... |

10 |
Random coding error exponents for two-dimensional flat fading channels with complete channel state information
- Ahmed, McLane
- 1999
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Citation Context ...sity, the channel inversion works very well and is almost optimal. As expected, capacity of the AWGN channel is approached with the increase of the number of diversity branches. See also [21], [302], =-=[15]-=-, [72], [174], and many other references provided in the reference list here and reference lists of the cited papers. With no CSI, it has been demonstrated in [87] that for the Rayleigh fast flat-fadi... |

9 |
Optimal transmit power management on a fading multiaccess channel
- Cheng
- 1996
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Citation Context ... to very few (mainly recent) works. Capacity versus outage: The notion of capacity versus outage is easily extended to the multiple-access case. Some of the early references treating this problem are =-=[49]-=- and [50]. In [49], the outage probability for each user in the symmetric -user setting is associated with the required average power for operation at a given rate. In [50], the corresponding outage p... |

7 | Capacity penalty due to ideal zeroforcing decision-feedback equalization - Barry, Lee, et al. - 1993 |

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The cutoff rate of time-correlated fading channels
- Leeuwin-Boulle, Belfiore
- 1993
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Citation Context ...n the fading-channel realm, has been very thoroughly investigated for several decades. See [78] for example, and the reference list [122], [149]–[151], [182], [172], [302], [303], [201], [202], [19], =-=[34]-=-, [77], [141], [67], [193], [160], [270], [274] which forms just a small unrepresentative sample of the available literature. As already said, cutoff rates were denied in recent years (especially with... |

7 |
Optimal information transmission over a channel with unknown parameters
- Dobrushin
- 1959
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Citation Context ...aders and workers in the field with different preferences. The reference list here is by no means complete. It is enough to say that only a small fraction of the relevant classical Russian literature =-=[73]-=-–[76], [199], [203]–[209], [265], [293]–[295] usually overlooked by most Western workers in this specific topic, appears in our reference list. For more references, see the list in [75]. However, an e... |

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limited channels: Coding, multiaccess, and spread spectrum
- “Energy
- 1988
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Citation Context ... This model, where performance is measured per-unit cost (power) as otherwise the system is unrestricted, is one of the few fading-channel models for which the exact capacity [304] and error exponent =-=[96]-=- can be evaluated. In [176] the random coding error exponent has been studied for the case of multiple transmit and receive antennas and for the block fading channel. In [85], the random-coding error ... |

6 | The capacity for a discrete-state code division multiple-access channel - Alencar - 1994 |

6 | System capacity of f-tdma cellular systems
- Caire, Knopp, et al.
- 1998
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Citation Context ...her models for cellular communication were studied via information-theoretic tools, and the reference list provided here includes dozens of relevant entries. See for example [139], [123], [32], [36], =-=[40]-=-, [311], [324], [277], [70], [317], [196], [291], [145], and [169]. Some of the most interesting results concern the -out-of- model [53], which captures the fact that although there are many potential... |

6 |
Capacity of the product and sum of two unmatched broadcast channels,” Probl
- Gamal
- 1974
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Citation Context ...symbol interference); optimal power allocation, under average power constraint is addressed in [289] and [110]. For classical result on the capacity of spectrally shaped broadcast channels see [192], =-=[100]-=-, and references therein. The broadcast channel is used to model downlinks in cellular communication (see [255], [108], and [158]), and this will further be addressed in the following. The fading-inte... |

6 |
The capacities of frequency-hopped codedivision multiple-access channels
- Goh, Marić
- 1998
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Citation Context ...her extensive additional reference list, focusing on information-theoretic approaches to time-varying channels. Some additional relevant references not cited in the text are [55], [2], [9], [3], [5], =-=[105]-=-, [302], [336], [169], [184], [189], [120], [276], [271], [212], [244], [138], [20], [246], [30], [86], [121], [339], [269], [66], [46], [233], [275], [245], [264], [18], [213], [224], [3], [7], [8], ... |

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Linear equalization theory in digital data transmission over dually polarized fading radio channels
- Amitay, Salz
- 1984
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Citation Context ...eiving site gives rise also to various equalization procedures, which bear their own information-theoretic implications referring to the specific interpretation of the equalization method on one hand =-=[16]-=-, [21], [58], [250], and the to information-theoretic role of the accuracy of the available channel parameters [185]–[186] on the other hand. This framework gives also rise to natural questions of how... |

5 | Performance bounds and cutoff rates for data channels affected by correlated randomly time-variant multipath fading
- Baccarelli
- 1998
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Citation Context ...uate in the fading-channel realm, has been very thoroughly investigated for several decades. See [78] for example, and the reference list [122], [149]–[151], [182], [172], [302], [303], [201], [202], =-=[19]-=-, [34], [77], [141], [67], [193], [160], [270], [274] which forms just a small unrepresentative sample of the available literature. As already said, cutoff rates were denied in recent years (especiall... |

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Coded CDMA systems with and without MMSE multiuser equalizer
- Cheng
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Citation Context ...ich is to account for the presence of multiple users, and the standard decoder for the code, is the issue of [235], where the linear minimum mean-squareerror demodulator is advocated (see also [254], =-=[51]-=-, and references therein). Multiuser information-theoretic aspects of DS-SS coded systems has been thoroughly examined [254] (see also [308]). Many studies examine exactly the approach, advocated in [... |

3 |
On communication over fading channels
- B, Boutros
- 1996
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Citation Context ...er the fading regime. Many misconceptions appear in reference to fading, one of which is the conclusion that fading can be absolutely mitigated by adequately complex coding systems (see, for example. =-=[25]-=- and [36]). Fading can be mitigated only under special conditions, for example, in wideband systems [153], [94]. In [179] and [235], a pragmatic approach is suggested for coding for the multiple-acces... |

3 | Information theoretic limits on communication over multipath fading channels - Buz - 1995 |

3 | Asymptotic performance of w-ary orthogonal modulation in generalized fading channels - Crepeau - 1988 |

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Capacity of general channels with receiver side information
- Effros, Goldsmith
- 1998
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Citation Context ...e above notion is strictly connected to the classical compound channel with a priori associated with its transitionprobability-characterizing parameter This is a standard approach: see [61]–[247]; in =-=[83]-=- this channel is called a composite channel. The capacity-versus-outage approach has the simple interpretation that follows. With any given rate we associate a set That set is the largest possible set... |

3 | Shitz), “The capacity of discrete time Rayleigh fading channels - Abou-Faycal, Trott, et al. - 2001 |

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noise after interference cancellation on fading multipath channels,” in Communication, Computation, Control, and Signal Authorized licensed use limited to
- “Residual
- 1997
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Citation Context ...45], [231], and [323] to be referred to in the following. Some practical implication of successive interference cancellation as the effect of imperfect cancellation and residual noise is addressed in =-=[98]-=-, [306], [185], [188], [315], and [54]. The effect of successive cancellation on other information-theoretic measures, such as the cutoff rate is discussed in [68], where this measure does not seem to... |

3 |
Throughput optimization in faded multicarrier systems
- Goeckel, Stark
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Citation Context ...ver multipath channels, with channel-state information given to both transmitter and receiver or just to the receiver. The loss of orthogonality and interchannel interference are considered. See also =-=[103]-=-, where a multicarrier system is considered, and concatenated codes 10 Unless channel inversion is possible with either long- or short-term average power constraints. Channel inversion is possible wit... |

2 | Symmetric capacity and signal design for v-out-of-u symbol-synchronous CDMA Gaussian channels - Alsugair, Cheng - 1995 |

2 | Tight upper and lower bounds on the symmetric capacity and outage probability for bandwidth-efficient QAM transmission over Rayleigh-faded channels
- Baccarelli, Galli, et al.
- 1998
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Citation Context ...s to time-varying channels. Some additional relevant references not cited in the text are [55], [2], [9], [3], [5], [105], [302], [336], [169], [184], [189], [120], [276], [271], [212], [244], [138], =-=[20]-=-, [246], [30], [86], [121], [339], [269], [66], [46], [233], [275], [245], [264], [18], [213], [224], [3], [7], [8], [102], [272], [1]. By no means is this list complete or even close to complete: hun... |

2 | Limitations of the capacity of the w-user binary Adder channel due to physical considerations - Bar-David, Plotnik, et al. - 1994 |

2 | Co-channel interference in cellular mobile radio systems with coded PSK and diversity
- Biglieri, Caire, et al.
- 1998
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Citation Context ...els: Many other models for cellular communication were studied via information-theoretic tools, and the reference list provided here includes dozens of relevant entries. See for example [139], [123], =-=[32]-=-, [36], [40], [311], [324], [277], [70], [317], [196], [291], [145], and [169]. Some of the most interesting results concern the -out-of- model [53], which captures the fact that although there are ma... |

2 |
On the capacity of a cellular CDMA system with succcessive decoding,” in Int. Conf. of Telecom
- Chan, Hanly
- 1997
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Citation Context ... directly to dispersive channels with frequency-selective fading with perfect CSI at the receiver [230]. In fact, this idea motivates different power-control strategies in a multicell scenario [231], =-=[45]-=-, [323] as will be discussed in reference to cellular communications models. The rate-splitting idea is extended in [115] to the general discrete memoryless channel, where in this case the two virtual... |

2 |
On capacity and signature waveform design for slowly fading CDMA channels
- Cheng
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Citation Context ... allocation is no more than the extension of the “water filling” idea to this setting, where in the frequency-selective case water filling is done in both time and frequency. See also some results by =-=[50]-=- on this matter, and for the first extension (of water filling) to the multiple-user case over fixed intersymbol-affected Gaussian channels [56]. While [155], [157] considered the throughput (sum rate... |

2 | On capacities of frequency nonselective slowly varying fading channels - Cheng - 1993 |

2 |
On the separation of equalization and coding
- Cioffi
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Citation Context ...mum mean-square error (MMSE) decision feedback as well as precoding techniques at the transmitter (cf. Tomlinson–Harashima equalization and the like) are very thoroughly addressed [250], [58], [260], =-=[57]-=-, [90]. While the results for fixed dispersive channels are directly applicable in the case where CSI is known both to the receiver and transmitter, this may not be valid in general for other cases. C... |

2 |
Applications of error control coding,” this issue
- Costello, Hagenauer, et al.
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Citation Context ...e perfect channel inversion is attempted, exhibits (when applicable) for the receiver a classical AWGN channel for which, with modern coding techniques, capacity can be closely approached [27], [90], =-=[60]-=-. Here we will highlight some recent results of primary practical importance, in the case where no channel state information is available. First, for the fast flat-fading model, (i.e., the fading coef... |

2 |
Multiple access schemes over multipath fading channels
- Erkip
- 1998
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Citation Context ...ightful, and they provide the correct intuition into the specific expressions, as will be detailed in the following, resorting first to a very simple single-user flat-fading channel model [54], [85], =-=[86]-=-, [119], [127], [210]. We notice that the assumption of joint ergodicity of plays a fundamental role: in fact, without it the Shannon sense capacity, where the decoded error probability can be driven ... |

1 |
Throughput of slotted ALOHA in Nakagami fading and correlated shadowing environment
- Abdel-Hafez, Safak
- 1997
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Citation Context ..., [169], [184], [189], [120], [276], [271], [212], [244], [138], [20], [246], [30], [86], [121], [339], [269], [66], [46], [233], [275], [245], [264], [18], [213], [224], [3], [7], [8], [102], [272], =-=[1]-=-. By no means is this list complete or even close to complete: hundreds of directly relevant references were not included, but rather appear in the reference lists of the papers cited here. Only few o... |

1 |
The capacity region of the noncooperative multiple access channels with Rayleigh fading
- Alencar
- 1992
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Citation Context ...cted a rather extensive additional reference list, focusing on information-theoretic approaches to time-varying channels. Some additional relevant references not cited in the text are [55], [2], [9], =-=[3]-=-, [5], [105], [302], [336], [169], [184], [189], [120], [276], [271], [212], [244], [138], [20], [246], [30], [86], [121], [339], [269], [66], [46], [233], [275], [245], [264], [18], [213], [224], [3]... |

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The effect of fading on the capacity of a CDMA channel
- Alencar
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Citation Context ...a rather extensive additional reference list, focusing on information-theoretic approaches to time-varying channels. Some additional relevant references not cited in the text are [55], [2], [9], [3], =-=[5]-=-, [105], [302], [336], [169], [184], [189], [120], [276], [271], [212], [244], [138], [20], [246], [30], [86], [121], [339], [269], [66], [46], [233], [275], [245], [264], [18], [213], [224], [3], [7]... |

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capacity region for the multiple access Gaussian channel with stochastic fading
- “The
- 1992
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Citation Context ...[5], [105], [302], [336], [169], [184], [189], [120], [276], [271], [212], [244], [138], [20], [246], [30], [86], [121], [339], [269], [66], [46], [233], [275], [245], [264], [18], [213], [224], [3], =-=[7]-=-, [8], [102], [272], [1]. By no means is this list complete or even close to complete: hundreds of directly relevant references were not included, but rather appear in the reference lists of the paper... |

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Gaussian noncooperative multiple access channel with Rayleigh fading
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Citation Context ...[105], [302], [336], [169], [184], [189], [120], [276], [271], [212], [244], [138], [20], [246], [30], [86], [121], [339], [269], [66], [46], [233], [275], [245], [264], [18], [213], [224], [3], [7], =-=[8]-=-, [102], [272], [1]. By no means is this list complete or even close to complete: hundreds of directly relevant references were not included, but rather appear in the reference lists of the papers cit... |

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Analysis of the capacity region of noncooperative multiaccess channel with Rician fading
- Alencar, Blake
- 1993
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Citation Context ...th replaced by , accounting for the fact that the inspected user is active by definition. There are different variants to the problem, and the expression to be used depends on the interpretation. See =-=[9]-=- for another simplistic model where other users are considered as additional noise. The multiple-user case gives rise to different cases in terms of the available CSI. We shall demonstrate this by the... |

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Time-selective signaling and reception for multiple fading channels
- Bhashayam, Sayeed, et al.
- 1998
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Citation Context ...ying channels. Some additional relevant references not cited in the text are [55], [2], [9], [3], [5], [105], [302], [336], [169], [184], [189], [120], [276], [271], [212], [244], [138], [20], [246], =-=[30]-=-, [86], [121], [339], [269], [66], [46], [233], [275], [245], [264], [18], [213], [224], [3], [7], [8], [102], [272], [1]. By no means is this list complete or even close to complete: hundreds of dire... |

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Random coding bounds for the block-fading channel with simple power allocation schemes,” presented at the Conf
- Biglieri, Caire, et al.
- 1998
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Citation Context ...the code rate and not only on the number of available parallel independent channels (see [156] for a similar conclusion). Outages as well as cutoff rates are also considered. In a recent contribution =-=[31]-=- the block-fading channel is considered, where CSI is available to both transmitter and receiver. The random-coding error exponent is investigated, and a practical power-control scheme is suggested. I... |

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Integer quantization for binary input symmetric output memoryless channels,” Euro. Trans. Telecommun., submitted for publication
- Binshtock, Shamai
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Citation Context ... detection serves as an interesting viable option. The mismatched decoder based on an integer metric, which is used on digital VLSI complexity-controlled implementations [238], has been considered in =-=[33]-=- in the binary-input fading channel with or without diversity. In such a setting the best space partition which maximizes the exact mismatched capacity has been found, and it has been shown to be reas... |

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Bounds on spectral efficiency of CDMA and FDMA/TDMA in a cellular system
- Burr
- 1993
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Citation Context ...ding regime. Many misconceptions appear in reference to fading, one of which is the conclusion that fading can be absolutely mitigated by adequately complex coding systems (see, for example. [25] and =-=[36]-=-). Fading can be mitigated only under special conditions, for example, in wideband systems [153], [94]. In [179] and [235], a pragmatic approach is suggested for coding for the multiple-access channel... |

1 | estimates of the uplink capacity of cellular systems - “Bounds - 1994 |

1 | uplink pdf and capacity in cellular systems - “On - 1993 |

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power control over fading channels,” IEEE Trans. Inform. Theory, submitted for publication. See also “Minimum information outage rate for slowly-varying fading channels
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Citation Context ...S ON INFORMATION THEORY, VOL. 44, NO. 6, OCTOBER 1998 but has enriched information theory itself, and introduced interesting notions. This is illustrated by the notion of delaylimited capacity [127], =-=[43]-=-, the polymatroidal property of the multiple-user capacity region [290], and the like. It is the practical constraints to which various communications systems are subjected which gave rise to new noti... |

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Capacity limits for binary codes in the presence of interference
- Chase, Ozarow
- 1979
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Citation Context ... references not cited in the text are [55], [2], [9], [3], [5], [105], [302], [336], [169], [184], [189], [120], [276], [271], [212], [244], [138], [20], [246], [30], [86], [121], [339], [269], [66], =-=[46]-=-, [233], [275], [245], [264], [18], [213], [224], [3], [7], [8], [102], [272], [1]. By no means is this list complete or even close to complete: hundreds of directly relevant references were not inclu... |

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Shitz), “Iterative soft peeling for multi-access and broadcast channels
- Chayat, Shamai
- 1998
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Citation Context ... to iterative algorithms, and in which the coding part is inherent within the equalization process itself (which may cope also with multiuser interference). See [458], [481], [500], as well as [541], =-=[47]-=-, [194] for some selected (and not necessarily representative) references to this area, which recently happened to be at focus of advanced research, and produced so far dozens of papers, not cited her... |

1 | Capacities of v-out-of-u and slowly time-varying fading Gaussian CDMA channels - Cheng - 1993 |

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Randomization in multiuser coding summaries for the proceedings of workshop on information theory multiple access and queueing
- Cheng
- 1995
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Citation Context ...er control problems, and also that time-varying randomized multiuser coding may prove advantageous in an asynchronous environment and under a maximum (rather than average) error-probability criterion =-=[52]-=-. Throughout our paper we have scattered numerous much less ambitious information-theoretic problems, which intimately address the fading phenomenon, and the solution of which might considerably enhan... |

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Stripping CDMA—An asymptotically optimal coding scheme for L-out-of-K white Gaussian channels
- Cheng
- 1996
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Citation Context ...ew of normal channel networks (we adhere here to the terminology of [64]) (see also [217] for some additional results including error exponents). This model has been investigated in [64], [14], [48], =-=[53]-=-, in combination with CDMA, where [48] focuses on the fading effect. Parallel to [97], it is demonstrated that CDMA is inherently advantageous over FDMA in the presence of fading. Up to now we have as... |

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On the multiuser information theory for wireless networks with interference
- Chen, Twu
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Citation Context ... we have constructed a rather extensive additional reference list, focusing on information-theoretic approaches to time-varying channels. Some additional relevant references not cited in the text are =-=[55]-=-, [2], [9], [3], [5], [105], [302], [336], [169], [184], [189], [120], [276], [271], [212], [244], [138], [20], [246], [30], [86], [121], [339], [269], [66], [46], [233], [275], [245], [264], [18], [2... |

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Comparison of the channel capacity of wideband radio channels with achievable data rates using adaptive OFDM
- Czylwik
- 1996
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Citation Context ...petition code is softdecoded, while the outer code operates on hard decisions. The equivalent BSC capacity throughput is maximized over the number of users and the number of frequency repetitions. In =-=[65]-=- adaptive Orthogonal Frequency-Shift Keying (OFDM) is considered for a wideband channel. We have mentioned here very few of the more recent references and have left the rest of the extensive literatur... |

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Computational cutoff rate of BDPSK signaling over correlated Rayleigh fading channel
- Dam, Taylor, et al.
- 1995
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Citation Context ...l realm, has been very thoroughly investigated for several decades. See [78] for example, and the reference list [122], [149]–[151], [182], [172], [302], [303], [201], [202], [19], [34], [77], [141], =-=[67]-=-, [193], [160], [270], [274] which forms just a small unrepresentative sample of the available literature. As already said, cutoff rates were denied in recent years (especially with the advent of turb... |

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Coding-spreading trade-off in DS/CDMA successive interference cancellation
- Damnjanovic, Vojcic
- 1998
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Citation Context ...n and residual noise is addressed in [98], [306], [185], [188], [315], and [54]. The effect of successive cancellation on other information-theoretic measures, such as the cutoff rate is discussed in =-=[68]-=-, where this measure does not seem to be a natural information-theoretic criterion to consider in combination with successive cancellation. Successive cancellation is an integral part of the informati... |

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On the capacities pf a class state channels with side information
- Das, Narayan
- 1998
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Citation Context ... interpreting the problem as communicating over a channel with a state and outputs where the associated conditional probability is (3.3.4) as shown in Fig. 4. As described in [261], [142], [143], and =-=[69]-=- coding on this channel, with state available to the transmitter, forms a strategy (we use here the terminology of [237]), as the coding operation is done on a function space. This might pose conceptu... |

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Comparative evaluation of CDMA and FD-TDMA cellular system capacities with respect to radio link capacity
- Despins, Djelassem, et al.
- 1996
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Citation Context ...munication were studied via information-theoretic tools, and the reference list provided here includes dozens of relevant entries. See for example [139], [123], [32], [36], [40], [311], [324], [277], =-=[70]-=-, [317], [196], [291], [145], and [169]. Some of the most interesting results concern the -out-of- model [53], which captures the fact that although there are many potential users per cell, only a rel... |

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On achievable performance of diversity fading channels
- Diggavi
- 1998
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Citation Context ...the channel inversion works very well and is almost optimal. As expected, capacity of the AWGN channel is approached with the increase of the number of diversity branches. See also [21], [302], [15], =-=[72]-=-, [174], and many other references provided in the reference list here and reference lists of the cited papers. With no CSI, it has been demonstrated in [87] that for the Rayleigh fast flat-fading cha... |

1 | problems in the Shannon theory of optimal coding on information - “Mathematical - 1961 |

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of Soviet research in information theory
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Citation Context ...ian literature [73]–[76], [199], [203]–[209], [265], [293]–[295] usually overlooked by most Western workers in this specific topic, appears in our reference list. For more references, see the list in =-=[75]-=-. However, an effort has been made to make this reference list, as combined with the reference lists of all the hereby referenced papers, a rather extensive exposition of the literature (still not ful... |

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Tsybakov, “Computation of the approximate capacities of random-parameter radio channels
- Khurgin, S
- 1960
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Citation Context ... and workers in the field with different preferences. The reference list here is by no means complete. It is enough to say that only a small fraction of the relevant classical Russian literature [73]–=-=[76]-=-, [199], [203]–[209], [265], [293]–[295] usually overlooked by most Western workers in this specific topic, appears in our reference list. For more references, see the list in [75]. However, an effort... |

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Cutoff rate of 16-DAPSK over a Rayleigh fading channel
- Dong-Kwan, Hyuck-Jae
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Citation Context ...fading-channel realm, has been very thoroughly investigated for several decades. See [78] for example, and the reference list [122], [149]–[151], [182], [172], [302], [303], [201], [202], [19], [34], =-=[77]-=-, [141], [67], [193], [160], [270], [274] which forms just a small unrepresentative sample of the available literature. As already said, cutoff rates were denied in recent years (especially with the a... |

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Forward-error-correction for time-varying channels,” Frequenz
- Dorsch
- 1981
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Citation Context ...increase in the ergodic capacity [112] in this setting. Cutoff rate, being a much easier notion to evaluate in the fading-channel realm, has been very thoroughly investigated for several decades. See =-=[78]-=- for example, and the reference list [122], [149]–[151], [182], [172], [302], [303], [201], [202], [19], [34], [77], [141], [67], [193], [160], [270], [274] which forms just a small unrepresentative s... |

1 | Theoretical limits on channel coding under various constraints - Dorsch, Dolainsky - 1979 |

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Digital communications over fading channels
- Foschini, Salz
- 1983
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Citation Context ...t. Spacediversity techniques, which also improve dramatically on the capacity-versus-outage performance, are also treated in [210] by reinterpreting the results for the block-fading channel. See also =-=[93]-=-. So far, we have addressed the case of side information available to the receiver only. For absolutely unavailable CSI, the capacity-versus-outage results may still be valid as is. The underlying arg... |

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Channel capacity, cut-off rate, and coding for asynchronous frequency-hopped networks
- Geraniotis
- 1983
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Citation Context ..., [302], [336], [169], [184], [189], [120], [276], [271], [212], [244], [138], [20], [246], [30], [86], [121], [339], [269], [66], [46], [233], [275], [245], [264], [18], [213], [224], [3], [7], [8], =-=[102]-=-, [272], [1]. By no means is this list complete or even close to complete: hundreds of directly relevant references were not included, but rather appear in the reference lists of the papers cited here... |

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optimization in multiple-access communication systems with decorrelator reception
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- 1996
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Citation Context ...actical interest. Extensive study of this issue has been undertaken, as evidenced in the small sample of references [234], [179], [180], [235], [316], [305], [306], [134], [318], [181], [301], [307], =-=[104]-=-, [299], [308], and references therein. Characterization of the properties of these schemes, which still maintain optimality in terms of throughput on the AWGN channel, was addressed in [234]. It was ... |

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capacity of cellular time-varying channels
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Citation Context ...e transmitter and receiver receiver is given by (3.4.29) at the top of this page, where denotes the indicator function. The case of CSI available to both receiver and transmitter is treated in [106], =-=[107]-=-, [108], and then and may depend on the CSI ( and here) as indicated explicitly in (3.4.29). The region given by the union in (3.4.29) is then maximized over all assignments of satisfying (3.4.30) In ... |