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Packet length optimization for two way relaying
G. Alnwaimi, H. Boujemaa,
Published in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Pages: 735 - 740
In this paper, a method to optimize packet length for two way relaying systems is suggested. Two source nodes N1 and N2 are transmitting data simultaneously to each other through a selected relay. The relay amplifies the sum of N1 and N2 signals. N1 (respectively N2) retrieves its own signal to be able to detect that of node N2 (respectively N1). In the existing literature, a Fixed Packet Length (FPL) is used and it is demonstrated, in this paper, that the proposed Optimal Packet Length (OPL) allows to enhance the system throughput. © 2019 IEEE.
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