A LT-Based Distributed Codes Over Erasure Channel
For the future space network scenarios, where multi-rovers can return science data through one obiter simultaneously, we design a new distributed LT (NDLT) code between two sources, one relay and a single sink, which could enhance the efficiency and reliability of packets transferring from source to sink. This paper proposes a method to decompose weaken robust soliton distribution (WRSD) exploited by relay node into two deconvolved weaken robust soliton distributions (DWSDs), which are used in
... which are used in the sources and have lower average degree than traditional RSD-based deconvolved soliton distributions (DSDs). Low operation complexity at sources and only including a simple XOR operation at relay node could be provided by the proposed degree distribution. This paper provides analytical results about the coding complexity of proposed and traditional distributed LT (DLT) code. The simulation results show that the proposed NDLT has a higher decoding probability than that of traditional DLT, under the conditions of recovering a certain proportion of original information, such as some space mission scenarios with specific data completeness requirement.