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Cross-layer design of network-coded transmission with a delay constraint

Author:
Jinfeng Du  David C. Adams  Muriel Médard  


Journal:
2015 IEEE 16th International Workshop on Signal Processing Advances in Wireless Communications (SPAWC)


Abstract(summary):

We investigate the cross-layer design of wireless networks where end-to-end data transmission is subject to delay constraint and there is no end-to-end feedback. The transmission is coded by random linear network coding (RLNC) on packet level to recover from packet erasures and by forward error-correction coding (FEC) on bit level to combat channel distortions. Based on the two-layer model developed by Adams et al. where the end-to-end coded transmission is characterized by a throughput-reliability function, we formulate the cross-layer design as a goodput optimization problem relax the integrality constraint. We show that for single-hop transmissions there exists a globally optimal operating point for the relaxed problem. For multiple-hop transmissions, the goodput function is component-wise concave with respect to the physical layer data rate over each individual link.


Page:
156-160


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