Multiple Access Channel with Various Degrees of Asymmetric State Information

The authors consider the problem of reliable communication over Multiple-Access Channels (MAC) where the channel is driven by an independent and identically distributed state process and the encoders and the decoder are provided with various degrees of asymmetric (noisy or partial) Channel State Information (CSI). Namely, they provide a single letter characterization for the capacity region when the encoders have access to non-causal asymmetric partial CSI and the decoder has complete CSI. When the encoders observe asymmetric noisy CSI with asymmetric delays and the decoder observes complete CSI, they provide a single letter characterization for the capacity region.

Provided by: Queens Presbyterian Church Topic: Networking Date Added: May 2012 Format: PDF

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