Signal-Code Construction Based on Interleaved Reed-Solomon Codes for Multiple Access System over Vector-Disjunctive Channel
We consider a signal-code construction for a special class of multiple access system over vector-disjunctive channel when users transmit some vector of bits of finite length L. This construction is based on interleaved Reed-Solomon codes with collaborative decoding. The considered methods of encoding and decoding in one hand have acceptable complexity for a wide range parameters and in other one a decoding algorithm is able to correct significantly more collisions than bounded- distance decoder. We present some simulation results for relative sum-rate of interleaved Reed-Solomon and for frame error rate (FER) in the case of different number of active users and different code constructions. Simulation results we obtained allow us to conclude that our scheme has a good performance even for very short codes.