Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
G. Menghwar, C. Mecklenbräuker:
"Cooperative versus Non-cooperative Communications";
Talk: Second IEEE International Conference on Computer, Control and Communication (IEEE-IC4 2009),
- 02-18-2009; in: "Second IEEE International Conference on Computer, Control and Communication (IEEE-IC4 2009)",
In this paper, we review some of the prominent gains achieved with cooperative communications, a new way of communications, which has found its applications in almost every wireless network, from cellular to sensor networks. Cooperative communications is a way of transmission, where wireless users not only transmit their own information, but also repeat other users´ information during its transmission to a common destination. On the other hand, a non-cooperative communications is the classical multiple access channel, where users send directly to a common destination, without repeating for one another. We discuss the achievable rates and error rate performance improvement, both for cooperative and non-cooperative communications.
relay network, cooperation, outage
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