turbo code


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turbo code

A type of channel coding that uses a convolutional code and a type of Viterbi decoder that outputs a continuous value rather than a 0 or 1. See convolutional code and Viterbi decoder.
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Stoian, "The Decision Reliability of MAP, Log-MAP, Max-Log-MAP and SOVA Algorithms or Turbo Codes," International Journal of Communications, vol.
LDPC decoding algorithm with parallel implementation and lower computational complexity [37] for a long block codes makes it a suitable candidate for use in most hardware product compare with other error control coding, especially turbo code, thus attracted significant attention by the researcher.
The selected N'S permutation polynomial structure can be applied to the turbo code interweaver by selecting the appropriate N and polynomial coefficients f.
Soyjaudah, "A novel scaling and early stopping mechanism for LTE turbo code based on regression analysis," Annals of Telecommunications, pp.
These PUM code designs and turbo code set-ups are described in [15] [16].
The interleaver used in the structure of turbo code is of dithered relative prime (DRP) type [9] with length L = 1024.
BCJR algorithm also finds application in iterative decoding of turbo code. We will briefly summarize the BCJR algorithm employed as network decoder in the proposed scheme.
In order to further improve the system performance, turbo code, which is a strong channel coding method, is adopted to construct SS-COFDM scheme and compared with the last two schemes.
Kim, "Performance Analysis of UWB Systems with Non-Binary Turbo Code in Multi-User Environments," Advanced Comm.
A novel superforward error correction (SFEC) coding scheme, based on the block turbo code (BTC) of Bose-Chaudhuri-Hocguenghem (BCH) in high-speed long-haul dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) optical communication systems is used This SFEC coding scheme is applicable in high-speed long-haul DWDM optical communication systems (Yuan & Ye, 2009).
Reflections on the Prize Paper: Near Shannon limit error-correcting coding and decoding: Turbo codes, IEEE Inform.
"This agreement represents an important step in the development of France Telecom's Turbo Code Licensing Program and in our efforts to license all manufacturers of 3G related products."