PROJECT TITLE :
Layered Multiplexed-Coded Relaying in Wireless Multicast Using QAM Transmissions
We have a tendency to propose layered multiplexed-coded decode-and-forward (LMDF) relaying for a wireless multicast network. Splitting the message into 2 layers, the source encodes them separately and maps them to a quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) constellation to realize superposition, so allowing partial message recovery at the relay and therefore the destinations. The key component of LMDF is multiplexed coding at the relay that allows each destination to divert all channel resources toward decoding the layers that remain unrecoverable from the source's transmission. We tend to derive information theoretic achievable rates for LMDF and take into account network outage as a performance measure. For a setup with 15 users uniformly unfold around the relay, simulations indicate that LMDF outperforms typical unlayered DF by 1.7 dB and superposition coding-primarily based DF by 1.1 dB, while the respective gains in outage rate at individual users are up to 48.half dozen% and thirty one.4p.c.
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