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Articles by Hongjuan Yang
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  Hongjuan Yang , Bo Li and Weixiao Meng
  Physical-layer Network Coding (PNC) is an efficient approach that can improve the system spectrum efficiency by allowing two different nodes to transmit their information to a common node simultaneously which can save more time slot resource compared with Network Coding (NC). In this study, for the purpose of further improving the performance of cooperative networks, a new cooperative diversity scheme which combines Decode-and-forward (DF) protocol and physical-layer network coding, is proposed for a two-hop cooperative system with multiuser. In the proposed scheme, users broadcast their information using quadrature carriers simultaneously and the relay node employs decode-and-forward mode. To check its validity, the Bit Error Rate (BER) and throughput of the proposed scheme, under different propagation cases, are investigated and compared with that of traditional decode-and-forward. The simulation results reveal that the proposed scheme can effectively improve the system performances.
  Bo Li , Gang Wang , Hongjuan Yang and Rongkuan Liu
  Physical-layer Network Coding (PNC) has drawn so much attention of wireless communication researchers. However, most of the studies focused on symmetric Two-Way Relay Communication (TWRC) systems. In order to analyze the performance of PNC in asymmetric scenario, in this study, we classify TWRC systems with Rayleigh fading channels into five asymmetric cases according to different poor channel allocation. In each symmetric and asymmetric case, we provide the detailed signal transmission and processing progress. Then we simulate the Bit Error Rate (BER) performance of PNC either in symmetric or asymmetric cases. From the results, we know that the Phase Asymmetry-Uplink (PA-U) case is the worst and Downlink Channel Asymmetry (DCA) case is the best among the five asymmetric cases. We also conclude that poor uplink channels will provide more severe effect to the performance degradation caused by system asymmetry than poor downlink ones.
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