A Implementation of Simple Convolution Decoder Using a Temporal Neural Networks

  • Chung, Hee-Tae (Division of Digital Information Engineering, Pusan University of Foreign Studies) ;
  • Kim, Kyung-Hun (Graduate School of Electronic & Computer Engineering, Pusan University of Foreign Studies)
  • Published : 2003.12.01

Abstract

Conventional multilayer feedforward artificial neural networks are very effective in dealing with spatial problems. To deal with problems with time dependency, some kinds of memory have to be built in the processing algorithm. In this paper we show how the newly proposed Serial Input Neuron (SIN) convolutional decoders can be derived. As an example, we derive the SIN decoder for rate code with constraint length 3. The SIN is tested in Gaussian channel and the results are compared to the results of the optimal Viterbi decoder. A SIN approach to decode convolutional codes is presented. No supervision is required. The decoder lends itself to pleasing implementations in hardware and processing codes with high speed in a time. However, the speed of the current circuits may set limits to the codes used. With increasing speeds of the circuits in the future, the proposed technique may become a tempting choice for decoding convolutional coding with long constraint lengths.

Keywords

Communication;Information

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