2007 IEEE International Conference on Communications 2007
DOI: 10.1109/icc.2007.121
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Physical Network Coding in Two-Way Wireless Relay Channels

Abstract: It has recently been recognized that the wireless networks represent a fertile ground for devising communication modes based on network coding. A particularly suitable application of the network coding arises for the two-way relay channels, where two nodes communicate with each other assisted by using a third, relay node. Such a scenario enables application of physical network coding, where the network coding is either done (a) jointly with the channel coding or (b) through physical combining of the communicat… Show more

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“…Similar to [11], we classify the existing two-way relay schemes into 3-step schemes and 2-step schemes according to the number of phases to finish one round of information exchange.…”
Section: B Two-way Relay Schemesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Similar to [11], we classify the existing two-way relay schemes into 3-step schemes and 2-step schemes according to the number of phases to finish one round of information exchange.…”
Section: B Two-way Relay Schemesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…When AF strategy is adopted, the relay simply amplifies the received superimposed signal from the two source nodes and forwards it to the two receivers. We name this scheme as 2S-AF [8], [11].…”
Section: ) 3-step Schemesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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