Communication Schemes for Downlink Networks

D. Prabhu, G. Divya and Rituparna Desai

For the transmissions that happen predominantly underwater there is this method used known as the superposition coding. The channel’s full intensity of freedom is accessible to the user because of its non-orthogonal dispositional characteristics. The user can decode using the successive interference cancellation. The channel state information is the attribute that provides the maximum allocation information of resources accurately, this is occurred because of the amalgamation of the SC and OFDM techniques. This is one kind of information that is very difficult to acquire in the underwater acoustic channels. Certain network topologies are respectively designed to regulate the small generation delays in the predominant radio-frequency wireless communication networks. These two attributes aren’t present in most of the underwater acoustic networks thus marking as a distinguishable factor. The optimization of the throughput is based on the spatial reuse and time. We propose a new adaptive coding to realize the former.

Volume 11 | 04-Special Issue

Pages: 530-535