Blind recovery of k/n rate convolutional encoders in a noisy environment

  title={Blind recovery of k/n rate convolutional encoders in a noisy environment},
  author={M{\'e}lanie Marazin and Roland Gautier and Gilles Burel},
  journal={EURASIP J. Wireless Comm. and Networking},
In order to enhance the reliability of digital transmissions, error correcting codes are used in every digital communication system. To meet the new constraints of data rate or reliability, new coding schemes are currently being developed. Therefore, digital communication systems are in perpetual evolution and it is becoming very difficult to remain compatible with all standards used. A cognitive radio system seems to provide an interesting solution to this problem: the conception of an… CONTINUE READING
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