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Performance evaluation of multi-hop relaying over non-Gaussian PLC channels

Rabie, KM and Adebisi, B and Gacanin, H and Nauryzbayev, G and Ikpehai, A (2017) Performance evaluation of multi-hop relaying over non-Gaussian PLC channels. Journal of Communications and Networks, 19 (5). pp. 531-538. ISSN 1229-2370

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Abstract

© 2011 KICS. Relaying over power line communication (PLC) channels can considerably enhance the performance and reliability of PLC systems. This paper is dedicated to study and analyze the energy efficiency of multi-hop cooperative relaying PLC systems. Incremental decode-and-forward (IDF) relying is exploited to reduce the transmit power consumption. The PLC channel is assumed to experience log-normal fading with impulsive noise. The performances of single-hop and conventional DF relaying systems are also analyzed in terms of outage probability and energy efficiency for which analytical expressions are derived. Results show that using more relays can improve the outage probability performance; however, this is achieved at the expense of increased power consumption due to the increased static power of the relays, especially when the total source-to-destination distance is relatively small. Results also demonstrate that the IDF PLC system has better energy efficiency performance compared to the other schemes.

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