Non-binary codes approach on the performance of short-packet full-duplex transmissions

Bao Quoc Vuong, Kien Trang, An Hoang Nguyen, Hung Ngoc Do


This paper illustrates the enhancement of the performance of short-packet full-duplex (FD) transmission by taking the approach of non-binary low density parity check (NB-LDPC) codes over higher Galois field. For the purpose of reducing the impacts of self-interference (SI), high order of modulation, complexity, and latency decoder, a blind feedback process composed of channels estimation and decoding algorithm is implemented. In particular, this method uses an iterative process to simultaneously suppress SI component of FD transmission, estimate intended channel, and decode messages. The results indicate that the proposed technique provides a better solution than both the NB-LDPC without feedback and the binary LDPC feedback algorithms. Indeed, it can significantly improve the performance of overall system in two important factors, which are bit-error-rate (BER) and mean square error (MSE), especially in high order of modulation. The suggested algorithm also shows a robustness in reliability and power consumption for both short-packet FD transmissions and high order modulation communications.


Blind iterative process; Full-duplex transmission; M-PSK modulation; Non-binary low density; Parity check codes

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
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