A novel ARQ technique using the turbo coding principle

  title={A novel ARQ technique using the turbo coding principle},
  author={Krishna R. Narayanan and Gordon L. St{\"u}ber},
  journal={IEEE Communications Letters},
A novel automatic repeat request (ARQ) technique based on the turbo coding principle is presented. The technique uses the log-likelihood ratios generated by the decoder during a previous transmission as a priori information when decoding retransmissions. Simulation results show a significant decrease in frame error rate, especially at low-to-moderate E/sub b//N/sub 0/. 
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