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Location Assisted Coding (LAC) Public Deposited

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  • The recent increase in the number of wireless devices has been driven by the growing markets of smart homes and the Internet of Things (IoT). Consequently, current research has focused on efficient utilization of the radio frequency (RF) spectrum to accommodate such an increase in wireless bandwidth. Alternatively, latest free-space optical (FSO) communication technologies have demonstrated the feasibility of building WiFO, a high capacity indoor wireless network using the femtocell architecture. In this paper, we signifcantly extend a cooperative transmission framework with the novel location assisted coding (LAC) technique to increase the overall wireless capacity. Specifically, achievable rate regions for WiFO using LAC will be characterized. Both numerical and theoretical analyses are given to validate the proposed coding schemes.
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