Doping of repeat-accumulate codes for dirty paper coding

Abstract

Costa's “writing on dirty paper”-channel model poses one of the remaining challenges to the coding community. Theory suggests that arbitrary interference on the channel (known at the transmitter) can be cancelled without a power penalty by appropriate precoding and shaping. We employ iterative quantization and decoding using systematically doped repeat-accumulate codes to materialize a significant portion of the promised “dirty paper”-capacity. Code design is done using the EXIT chart technique.

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@article{Brink2004DopingOR, title={Doping of repeat-accumulate codes for dirty paper coding}, author={Stephan ten Brink and Uri Erez}, journal={2004 12th European Signal Processing Conference}, year={2004}, pages={1553-1556} }