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2010 Third IEEE International Workshop on Wireless Network Coding
A node performing analog network coding simply forwards a signal it receives over a wireless channel. This allows for a (noisy) linear combination of signals simultaneously sent from multiple sources to be forwarded in the network. As such, analog network coding extends the idea of network coding to wireless networks. However, the analog network coding performance is limited by propagated noise, and we expect this strategy to perform well only in high SNR. In this paper, we formalize thisdoi:10.1109/winc.2010.5507937 fatcat:lb5xztl3zvfifg3xktnru32f5q