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An Efficient Algorithm for finding Optimal Spans to determine R=1/2 Rate Systematic Convolutional Self-Doubly Orthogonal Codes
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An Efficient Algorithm for finding Optimal Spans to determine R=1/2 Rate Systematic Convolutional Self-Doubly Orthogonal Codes
Doniyor, Atabaev; Suh, Hee-Jong;
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 Abstract
In this paper, a new method for finding optimal and short span in Convolutional Self-Doubly Orthogonal(CDO) codes are proposed. This new algorithm based on Parallel Implicitly-Exhaustive search, where we applied dynamic search space reduction methods in order to reduce computational time for finding Optimal Span for R=1/2 rate CDO codes. The simulation results shows that speedup and error correction performance of the new algorithm is better.
 Keywords
CDO Codes;Implicitly-Exhaustive Search Algorithm;Dynamic Search Space Reduction;
 Language
English
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