2015
DOI: 10.1109/tbc.2015.2459665
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LDM Versus FDM/TDM for Unequal Error Protection in Terrestrial Broadcasting Systems: An Information-Theoretic View

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“…(28) is provided in the appendix section A for further explanation. The R and T x are the STBC maximal rate and number of transmitter antennas, respectively 9) . While the SNR u and SNR l refers to the SNR threshold for primary and secondary layer, respectively.…”
Section: Algorithm 1 Orthogonal Matching Pursuit (Omp)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…(28) is provided in the appendix section A for further explanation. The R and T x are the STBC maximal rate and number of transmitter antennas, respectively 9) . While the SNR u and SNR l refers to the SNR threshold for primary and secondary layer, respectively.…”
Section: Algorithm 1 Orthogonal Matching Pursuit (Omp)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We note that the power ratio between broadcast and unicast, which is referred to as the injection level (IL) in the literature (see, e.g., [11]), can be obtained as…”
Section: A System Modelmentioning
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“…In contrast, broadcast does not suffer from intercell interference in an SFN, and increasing the broadcast power results in an increased SINR. A performance comparison of LDM with TDM/FDM for unequal error protection in broadcast systems in the absence of multicell interference from an information theoretic perspective can be found in [11].…”
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“…LDM has been adopted for the first time in ATSC 3.0, and defined in [16]. In [48], authors illustrate a performance comparison between 1.5 State-of-the-Art LDM and Frequency Division Multiplexing (FDM)/Time Division Multiplexing (TDM), in terms of capacity-coverage tradeoff of the mobile service. For a given reduction of fixed service capacity, authors keep the coverage constant.…”
Section: Combination With Advanced Signal Processing Techniquesmentioning
confidence: 99%