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This contribution presents the results of an ongoing study<sup>1)</sup> evaluating civil wireless communication systems or Waveforms (WFs) for their potential military use. It is a continuation of the work presented in [1] where several civilian communication systems with their main strengths and weaknesses have been evaluated. The aim of the past and(More)
This contribution presents the results of an ongoing study evaluating civil wireless communication systems or Waveforms (WFs) for their potential use in military radios. It is a continuation of the work presented in [1, 2]. After having evaluated several civilian communication systems in [1], the WLAN IEEE 802.11n OFDM WF has been selected as the base WF(More)
In this paper, we study a novel multiple description coding approach which uses a convolutional code to generate the individual descriptions. Contrary to most conventional multiple description schemes, which attempt to partially reconstruct the signal in the presence of a packet loss, we are interested in the question, whether the signal can be completely(More)
In this paper, new work is presented belonging to an ongoing study 1 , which evaluates civil communication standards as potential candidates for the future military Wide Band Waveforms (WBWFs). After an evaluation process of possible candidates presented in [1], the selection process in [2] showed that the IEEE 802.11n OFDM could be a possible military WBWF(More)
Modern digital communication systems can benefit from soft-decision algorithms in receiver implementations. Such algorithms require reliability information about every data bit which is typically given in terms of Log-Likelihood Ratios (LLRs) or short L-Values. Several efficient receiver implementations based on L-Values have already been proposed in the(More)
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