2013
DOI: 10.1109/tcomm.2013.061913.120269
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Performance Analysis of an Hybrid ARQ Adaptation of NDMA Schemes

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“…• we investigate the system performance of FF-NDMA as a function of the CP length (R ), for different SNR and load conditions, and we compare FF-NDMA with S-ALOHA, classical NDMA [18], and H-NDMA 4 [31]. As we will see, the energy consumption is reduced with FF-NDMA as compared to H-NDMA in certain situations due to the lower control signaling to be decoded.…”
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“…• we investigate the system performance of FF-NDMA as a function of the CP length (R ), for different SNR and load conditions, and we compare FF-NDMA with S-ALOHA, classical NDMA [18], and H-NDMA 4 [31]. As we will see, the energy consumption is reduced with FF-NDMA as compared to H-NDMA in certain situations due to the lower control signaling to be decoded.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 92%
“…In this section, we first compare FF-NDMA protocol with classical NDMA [18] and H-NDMA [31], and then present the system model for FF-NDMA. Figure 2 shows the protocol differences between NDMA 5 and FF-NDMA with R = 3.…”
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