Channel Coding for Telecommunications
1. Edition August 1999
XVI, 496 Pages, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
Channel coding is the digital means by which radio transmission frequencies are prevented from interfering with one another. This book describes the salient techniques by which this is achieved. The recent advances in channel coding techniques combined with advances in signal processing has left a void in proficient books on the market to fulfill this topic. In addition to filling this void, Channel Coding for Telecommunications is the first title to present research results from Eastern Europe with clear implications for satellite communications systems.
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This book clearly describes the leading techniques for channel coding. An advanced tutorial greatly improves the reader's understanding of the material. Rigorous analytical and theoretical examples are provided along with sample problems and solutions. The latest research findings on new techniques in channel coding are also included.
Other Classes of Codes.
The Trellis Representation and Properties of Block Codes.
Decoding of Block Codes.
Generalized Code Concatenation.