We consider a multiple-access system in which each user is given q out of Q available subchannels (q ≪ Q). We investigate capacities of two channels emerging in the system under consideration in the case of single-user reception. These channels can be considered as modifications of the A-channel. In the first case we assume that a signal transmitted by a certain user is always registered by the receiver. Thus, activity of other users is the only obstacle to correct reception of information transmitted by a certain user in the multiple-access system. In the second case we assume that the output of each subchannel is inverted with probability p. Analytical expressions (both asymptotic and nonasymptotic) are derived and investigated.
Problems of Information Transmission – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 25, 2014
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