Multiple Access Channels

Multiple Access Channels

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q While multiple-access communication dates back to systems invented in the 1870s to transmit simultaneous data through a single wire, the foundation of the discipline now known as multiuser information theory was laid in 1961, when Claude E. Shannon published his paper on two-way channels. Since then, multiuser information theory has been an extremely active research area, and has seen a large number of fundamental contributions, covering, besides the two-way channel studied in, multiple access, interference, broadcast, and wiretap channels. However, several key canonical problems have defied many efforts. This book brings together leading experts working in the fields of information theory, coding theory, multiple user communications, discrete mathematics, etc., who survey recent and general results on multiple-access channels (rate regions, rate splitting, etc.), and give an overview of the problems of current CDMA solutions (fading channels, multi-user detection, multiple-antenna systems, iterative joint decoding, OFDMA, etc.). This publication consist of three parts. The first part includes chapters devoted to the information-theoretical aspects of multiple-access communication. In the second part, multiple-access techniques are discussed and the third part of this volume covers coding techniques. qWe do not give this general bound here, but refer instead to Theorem 7 of [4] and the version of it given in [9]. 6. Coding for deterministic relay channels In [14] and [15] explicit code constructions are given for deterministic binary and ternary/ binary relay channels. In [15] first a classification of all binary deterministic relay channels is made. ... consideration, since the role of the relay amounts to keeping its input constant, and the coding problem reduces to one for a one-way channel.

Title:Multiple Access Channels
Author: Ezio Biglieri, László Györfi
Publisher:IOS Press - 2007-01-01

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