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MAP Decoding of Correlated Sources over Soft-Decision Orthogonal Multiple Access Fading Channels with Memory
We consider the joint source-channel coding (JSCC) problem where the real valued outputs of two correlated memoryless Gaussian sources are scalar quantized, bit assigned, and transmitted, without applying any error correcting ...
Source-Channel Coding Techniques in the Presence of Interference and Noise
As wireless systems proliferate worldwide, interference is becoming one of the main problems for system designers. Interference, which occurs when multiple transmissions take place over a common communication medium, ...
Robust Lossy Source Coding for Correlated Fading Channels
Most of the conventional communication systems use channel interleaving as well as hard decision decoding in their designs, which lead to discarding channel memory and soft-decision information. This simplification is ...