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Revolving Codes: High Performance and Low Overhead Network Coding

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Revolving Codes (ReC) are introduced as an alternative to other network codes to reduce per packet and total overhead, reduce the probability of linearly dependent coded packets, and reduce the costs to intermediate nodes by introducing a recoding scheme based on XOR operations. ReC’s are well suited for new applications transmitting small payloads, e.g., IoT, Industry 4.0. Our numerical results show that ReC outperforms RLNC in total overhead by as much as two orders of magnitude and it outperforms Fulcrum codes by as much as two orders of magnitude in terms of the overhead caused by linearly dependent packets.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2019 IEEE 2nd Wireless Africa Conference, WAC 2019 - Proceedings
Publication year2019
Article number8843415
ISBN (Electronic)9781728136189
Publication statusPublished - 2019
Event 2019 IEEE 2nd Wireless Africa Conference (WAC) - Pretoria, South Africa
Duration: 18 Aug 201920 Aug 2019
Conference number: 2


Conference 2019 IEEE 2nd Wireless Africa Conference (WAC)
LandSouth Africa

    Research areas

  • Network coding, RLNC, overhead reduction

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