Implementing network coding in LTE and LTE-A

Hassan Hamdoun, Pavel Loskot

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Abstract

The authors discuss implementation aspects of the inter-flow and intra-flow network coding (NC) schemes within the LTE and LTE-A protocol stack. It is proposed that the NC schemes are implemented at the MAC layer of the protocol stack where their energy consumption gains, the delay and throughput gains, and the transmission resources savings are demonstrated by computer simulations.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 15 May 2012
EventThe first International conference on Applied Radio Systems Research and Smart Wireless Communications for Postgraduates and Early Stage Researchers ARSR-SWICOM, - UK , Luton, United Kingdom
Duration: 28 May 2012 → …

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ConferenceThe first International conference on Applied Radio Systems Research and Smart Wireless Communications for Postgraduates and Early Stage Researchers ARSR-SWICOM,
CountryUnited Kingdom
City Luton
Period28/05/12 → …

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Network coding
Energy utilization
Throughput
Computer simulation

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Hamdoun, H., & Loskot, P. (2012). Implementing network coding in LTE and LTE-A. Paper presented at The first International conference on Applied Radio Systems Research and Smart Wireless Communications for Postgraduates and Early Stage Researchers ARSR-SWICOM, Luton, United Kingdom.

Implementing network coding in LTE and LTE-A. / Hamdoun, Hassan; Loskot, Pavel .

2012. Paper presented at The first International conference on Applied Radio Systems Research and Smart Wireless Communications for Postgraduates and Early Stage Researchers ARSR-SWICOM, Luton, United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Hamdoun, H & Loskot, P 2012, 'Implementing network coding in LTE and LTE-A' Paper presented at The first International conference on Applied Radio Systems Research and Smart Wireless Communications for Postgraduates and Early Stage Researchers ARSR-SWICOM, Luton, United Kingdom, 28/05/12, .
Hamdoun H, Loskot P. Implementing network coding in LTE and LTE-A. 2012. Paper presented at The first International conference on Applied Radio Systems Research and Smart Wireless Communications for Postgraduates and Early Stage Researchers ARSR-SWICOM, Luton, United Kingdom.
Hamdoun, Hassan ; Loskot, Pavel . / Implementing network coding in LTE and LTE-A. Paper presented at The first International conference on Applied Radio Systems Research and Smart Wireless Communications for Postgraduates and Early Stage Researchers ARSR-SWICOM, Luton, United Kingdom.3 p.
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