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Cooperative Network-Coded Hybrid ARQ (Coop-NC HARQ) has recently been proposed as a smart way to improve Decode & Forward (D&F) relaying. According to this idea, cooperators send HARQ redundancy on behalf of a source coded together with a data packet intended for the destination they are helping and taken from their own queue. This paper applies for the first time such a technique in ad hoc networks with Multi-User Detection (MUD) capabilities, allowing several terminals to simultaneously act as relays. In this paper, the authors introduce a novel communication paradigm that leverages network-coded retransmissions to allow more efficient data exchanges among all terminals involved in a cooperative process, enabling inter-relay communications as well.
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