Proceedings of the 1999 IEEE Information Theory and Communications Workshop (Cat. No. 99EX253)
DOI: 10.1109/itcom.1999.781399
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“…A dramatic increase in the error exponent is reported (as expected). Further optimizing the Gallager parameter [94], making it fading-vector-dependent, improves considerably the tightness, as has been already indicated in [175] for the binary case.…”
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“…A dramatic increase in the error exponent is reported (as expected). Further optimizing the Gallager parameter [94], making it fading-vector-dependent, improves considerably the tightness, as has been already indicated in [175] for the binary case.…”
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“…In the nice contribution [175], upper and lower exponential (reliability type) bounds are derived for the block-fading channel with diversity branches. The improved upper bound is found by letting the parameters ( in Gallager's notation [94]) to be channel-state-dependent.…”
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“…is the Singleton bound [5], [6], [7]. More recently, it has been shown [8] that the optimal SNR exponent d ⋆ (R) sup…”
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