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In wireless networks, the broadcast nature of wireless transmission enables cooperation by sharing the same transmissions with nearby receivers and thus can help improve spatial reuse and boost network throughput along a multi-hop routing. The performance of wireless networks can be further improved if prior information available at the receivers can be utilized to achieve perfect interference subtraction. In this paper, the authors investigate performance gain on network throughput for wireless cooperative networks by using a simple MUD scheme, called overlapped transmission, in which multiple transmissions are allowed only when the information in the interfering signal is known at the receiver. It is shown that the scheme of cooperative transmission with overlapping increases network throughput by 24% compared to that of direct transmission with overlapping.
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