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 Title & Authors
Faster Than Nyquist Transmission with Multiple Channel Codes
Kang, Donghoon; Kim, Haeun; Yun, Joungil; Lim, Hyoungsoo; Oh, Wangrok;
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 Abstract
The performance of turbo-like codes highly depends on their frame size and thus, the bit error rate performance of turbo-like codes can be improved by increasing the frame size. Unfortunately, increasing the frame size of channel codes induces some drawbacks such as the increase of not only encoding and decoding complexity but also transmission and decoding latencies. On the other hand, a faster than Nyquist (FTN) transmission causes intentional inter-symbol interference (ISI) and thus, induces some correlation among the transmission symbols. In this paper, we propose an FTN transmission with multiple channel codes. By exploiting the correlation among the modulated symbols, multiple code frames can be regarded as a code frame with a lager frame size. Due to the inherent parallel encoding scheme of proposed scheme, parallel decoding can be easily implemented.
 Keywords
FTN;Turbo-like codes;Decoding latency;
 Language
Korean
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FTN 기반 전송 시스템의 성능 평가 기준에 관한 연구,곽상운;윤정일;백명선;임형수;

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