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Soft decision decoding technique for collaborative coding multiple-access channels. / Ali, F.; Honary, Bahram.

Telecommunications, 1991. Third IEE Conference on. IEEE, 1991. p. 141-146.

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Ali F, Honary B. Soft decision decoding technique for collaborative coding multiple-access channels. In Telecommunications, 1991. Third IEE Conference on. IEEE. 1991. p. 141-146

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Ali, F. ; Honary, Bahram. / Soft decision decoding technique for collaborative coding multiple-access channels. Telecommunications, 1991. Third IEE Conference on. IEEE, 1991. pp. 141-146

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title = "Soft decision decoding technique for collaborative coding multiple-access channels",
abstract = "The collaborative coding multiple-access (CCMA) scheme permits potentially efficient simultaneous transmission by several users sharing a common channel, without subdivision in time or frequency. A new low complexity soft decision decoding technique is introduced. The soft decision CCMA (SD-CCMA) decoding algorithm and the probability of error calculation for the T-user baseband adder channel are presented. In addition, the theoretical analysis and the decoding algorithm for one particular 2-user adder channel scheme are shown. Simulation results for this scheme are presented graphically in terms of the probability of error employing SD-CCMA and hard decision (HD-CCMA) decoding techniques. The energy gain achieved by this technique for different signal to noise ratios is also shown",
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