On a turbo decoder design for low power dissipation

@inproceedings{Fei2000OnAT,
  title={On a turbo decoder design for low power dissipation},
  author={Jia Fei and D. S. Ha},
  year={2000}
}
(Abstract) A new coding scheme called "turbo coding" has generated tremendous interest in channel coding of digital communication systems due to its high error correcting capability. Two key innovations in turbo coding are parallel concatenated encoding and iterative decoding. A soft-in soft-out component decoder can be implemented using the maximum a posteriori (MAP) or the maximum likelihood (ML) decoding algorithm. While the MAP algorithm offers better performance than the ML algorithm, the… CONTINUE READING

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