Performance of Type-I Hybrid Selective-Repeat ARQ with Finite Buffer on Fading Channels

Hirokazu TANAKA  Katsumi SAKAKIBARA  

Publication
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications   Vol.E80-B   No.1   pp.59-66
Publication Date: 1997/01/25
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Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Issue on Advances in Satellite Communications toward Multimedia Era)
Category: Protocol
Keyword: 
ARQ,  Reed-Solomon code,  fading channel,  mobile communication,  

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Summary: 
A Reed-Solomon coded Type-I Hybrid ARQ scheme based on a Selective-Repeat (SR) ARQ with multicopy retransmission is proposed for mobile/personal satellite communication systems of a transmitter and a receiver both with the finite buffer. The performance of the proposed scheme on fading channels is analyzed. The basic idea of the strategy is the use of two modes; the SR mode and the multicopy mode. In the latter mode, erroneous blocks stored in the transmitter buffer are alternatively retransmitted multiple times when ν consecutive retransmissions in the SR mode are received in error. Numerical and simulation results for ν1 show that the proposed scheme presents better performance than the conventional SR+ST scheme 2 of the 2N block buffer by Miller and Lin.