channel coding

channel coding

A way of encoding data in a communications channel that adds patterns of redundancy into the transmission path in order to lower the error rate. Such methods are widely used in wireless communications. See convolutional code and Viterbi decoder.
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The N7631C Signal Studio Pro for 5G NR allow customers to generate 3GPP 5G NR standard-compliant signals for testing transmitters and receivers with channel coding and multi-antenna port support.
5GHz and supports 100MHz bandwidth, compliant with the 3GPP Release-15 5G New Radio layer 1 framework -- including the scalable OFDM numerology, new advanced channel coding and modulation schemes, and the low-latency self-contained slot structure.
In traditional AKA authentication, extra communication overhead, such as channel coding, are needed to improve authentication performance.
Berens, 'Enhanced channel coding for OFDM-based UWB systems', in IEEE International Conference.
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DVB-CID is a digital satellite transmission system that describes the modulation, channel coding and signaling protocol intended for the identification of the host carrier.
The transmitter chooses transmission power, modulation mode, and channel coding parameters according to the channel quality to adapt the electromagnetism environment.
The topics include mobile radio propagation, channel coding and error control, multiple division techniques, existing wireless systems, ad hoc networks, and satellite systems.
The proposed scheme consists of channel coding performed by Reed-Solomon codes at the user nodes and punctured convolutional code acting as network code at the common relay.
Among the topics are spaceborne optical sensors, channel coding, multi-sensor image fusion, increasing the signal-to-noise ratio of satellite sensors using digital de-noising, and reducing the dimensionality of hyperspectral imagery.
During the first session of the annual conference, telecoms experts spoke about issues ranging from resource allocation and scheduling in telecoms project management to channel coding and applications.
Each part of wireless link--source coding and channel coding methods, radio wave propagation over wireless channels, and single-carrier and multicarrier modulation techniques--are addressed, as are recent standards like WiMAX, the fundamentals of all existing wireless digital systems developed on the basis of certain standards and protocols, and advanced topics like simulation methodology and software radio, turbo coding, spread spectrum communication, orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM), multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems, and software radio.