Capacity of Frequency-Hop Spread-Spectrum Multiple-Access Communication Systems
MICHIGAN UNIV ANN ARBOR COMMUNICATIONS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING LAB
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The information theoretic capacity of frequency-hop spread-spectrum multiple-access communication is considered. In order to account for independent encoding and decoding and private to the sender and receiver hopping patterns an interference channel model is adopted with K sender-receiver pairs with the i-th receiver only interested in the message transmitted by the i-th sender. Both synchronous and asynchronous hopping patterns are investigated. Although the channel exhibits memory in the case, we are able to compute the capacity region. The asymptotic normalized sum capacity is also computed.
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