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The fifth-generation (5G) of mobile standards is expected to provide ultra-reliability and low-latency communications (URLLC) for various applications and services, such as online gaming, wireless industrial control, augmented reality, and self driving cars. Meeting the contradictory requirements of URLLC, i.e., ultra-reliability and low-latency, is considered to be very challenging, especially in bandwidth-limited scenarios. Most communication strategies rely on hybrid automatic repeat requestarXiv:2106.16144v1 fatcat:ixu6f5jqaravni4eign5rctqge