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A new frontier of wireless communication theory: diffusion-based molecular communications

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Diffusion-based molecular communications emerges due to the need for communication and networking among nanomachines, and molecular biological signaling networks. Inspired by the special molecular channel characteristics, we reveal the communication theoretical analogs with and differences from well-known wireless communications, particularly channel coding, intersymbol interference, multiple-input multipleoutput, and new design concepts in this article.

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IEEE Wireless Communications  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 5 )