The outage probability limit is a fundamental and achievable lower bound on the word error rate of coded communication systems affected by fading. This limit is mainly determined by two parameters: the diversity order and the coding gain. With linear …

Joint network-channel codes (JNCC) can improve the performance of communication in wireless networks, by combining, at the physical layer, the channel codes and the network code as an overall error-correcting code. JNCC is increasingly proposed as an …

In wireless communications, the block fading (BF) channel is an important channel model. A key quality indicator in coded transmission is the word error rate (WER), which is the fraction of packets that cannot be decoded correctly at the receiver. We …

We study Low-Density Parity-Check (LDPC) codes with iterative decoding on block-fading (BF) Relay Channels. We consider two users that employ coded cooperation, a variant of decode-and-forward with a smaller outage probability than the latter. An …

For a given channel instance and a fixed LDPC ensemble, a stability outage event is defined by the density evolution being unstable at the origin. The probability of such an event, referred to as Stability Outage Probability, is a useful lower bound …

For a given channel instance and a fixed LDPC ensemble, a stability outage event is defined by the density evolution being unstable at the origin. The probability of such an event, referred to as Stability Outage Probability, is a useful lower bound …

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