Cooperative Communications and Networking
Nov. 1, 2009
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Authors: K.J. Ray Liu, Ahmed K. Sadek, Weifeng Su and Andres Kwasinski (Kate Gleason College of Engineering)
Cooperative communications is a new paradigm in wireless technology that results in a set of tools that improve communication capacity, speed and performance; reduce battery consumption and extend network lifetime; increase the throughput and stability region for multiple access schemes; expand the transmission coverage area and provide cooperation trade off beyond source-channel coding for multimedia communication.
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