Punctured Viterbi decoding

Started by Anonymous in comp.dsp15 years ago 1 reply

Hello Is it a generally accepted fact that the best punctured convolutional code performance approaches the performance of the...

Hello Is it a generally accepted fact that the best punctured convolutional code performance approaches the performance of the equivalent non-punctured code at the same rate. Is there any figure of merit as to what the traceback depth should be given a certain puncturing scheme. For example, I notice that: with a rate 1/2, constraint length K=7 unpunctured code, tracebach depth D=5*K...


Changing the FEC to LDPC, help me convincing the RF Guy

Started by recoder in comp.dsp11 years ago 19 replies

Dear All, We have a Solar Power operated X Band qpsk transmitter in a remote region. The FEC used is 1/2 rate viterbi, the output bitrate is...

Dear All, We have a Solar Power operated X Band qpsk transmitter in a remote region. The FEC used is 1/2 rate viterbi, the output bitrate is 100 Mbps. I want to increase the effective bitrate and improve BER by switching to 7/8 LDPC, but wasn't successfull to persuade the RF Guy (he is also the Project Manager). Since the device is Solar powered, the power consumption of the X Band trans...


Iterative decoding with viterbi decoder

Started by Ta in comp.dsp17 years ago 4 replies

Hi , i'm trying to do iterative decoding using vitdec from matlab, i would like to know how can i get the metrics of the bits to intruce them in...

Hi , i'm trying to do iterative decoding using vitdec from matlab, i would like to know how can i get the metrics of the bits to intruce them in the demodulator again, using the function vitdec. The output of this function is the final sequence , but i just want the metrics of the bits. Thank you TA


Viterbi Metric for a BFSK

Started by JAlbertoDJ in comp.dsp14 years ago 4 replies

In the hard decsion case, if I receive [0,1] say, then the metric compared to [0,0] is 1. Suppose I received [0.9,1.1] in the soft decision...

In the hard decsion case, if I receive [0,1] say, then the metric compared to [0,0] is 1. Suppose I received [0.9,1.1] in the soft decision case. Is the metric compared to [0,1]... (0.9)^2 + (1.1)^2 ??? or 0.9 + 1.1 ????? Note: 0.9 is the correlation for a symbol 0 Note: 1.1 is the correlation for a symbol 1 Both correlations have been calculated by Quadrature Receiver (nocoheren...


Interleaving with soft-decision

Started by JAlbertoDJ in comp.dsp11 years ago 16 replies

Hi, I have a problem with interleaving and soft-decision. First, i explain what i have realized. I have done a 16FSK receiver with FEC...

Hi, I have a problem with interleaving and soft-decision. First, i explain what i have realized. I have done a 16FSK receiver with FEC decoded Viterbi 1/2 and k=7. Then, a symbol are 4 bits and i have 16 tones for 16 symbols: For example: 1001 is the symbol 9 and the tone number 9. 0010 is the symbol 2 and the tone number 2. (Actually, i also use Gray Code, but that's is not im...


Minimum ADC Sampling Rate / Symbol Rate for a PSK Modem with Time and Carrier Recovery.

Started by Anonymous in comp.dsp2 years ago 9 replies

Dear DSP Gurus, I have to demodulate a 50 MHz wide (3 dB bandwidth) OQPSK modulates Signal. The Signal properties are: OQPSK Modulated AWGN...

Dear DSP Gurus, I have to demodulate a 50 MHz wide (3 dB bandwidth) OQPSK modulates Signal. The Signal properties are: OQPSK Modulated AWGN channel Has Doppler Shift (5 KHz/sec max) Pulse shaping filtered (0.35) Viterbi+RS The HW I am using is: Zero IF Receiver ADC on I&Q channels (12 bit output) Has a signal processor (Output is IQ corrected,DC Removed,AGC) The Output is: I ...


relation of equalizer and channel coding

Started by buaawh in comp.dsp12 years ago 3 replies

Hello, Well known that decision-feedback equalizer is generally superior than linear equalizer, I was surprised to read the statement in a...

Hello, Well known that decision-feedback equalizer is generally superior than linear equalizer, I was surprised to read the statement in a paper: "Finally it is to mention that a combination of channel coding (Viterbi Decoding) and DFE did not lead to a performance gain compared to channel coding and linear equalization. It is well known that this combination represents a critical one..." ...


Optics and Channel Coding

Started by Ted in comp.dsp16 years ago 3 replies

Have been looking at some reports on optical transmission. Looks like channel coding concepts used in wireless, wired comms can be applied to...

Have been looking at some reports on optical transmission. Looks like channel coding concepts used in wireless, wired comms can be applied to optics as well. It appears to have convolutional encoding. viterbi decoding etc etc. How prevelant is this channel coding in optics ? What are the major differences in channel coding between wireless and optics ?


Soft demmaper - LLRs calculations

Started by Melinda in comp.dsp12 years ago 13 replies

Hi all, Few questions: I developed soft demmaper(exact LLR Algorithm) and test with my own Soft Input Viterbi decoder. and results I get, are...

Hi all, Few questions: I developed soft demmaper(exact LLR Algorithm) and test with my own Soft Input Viterbi decoder. and results I get, are very close to teoretical(almost identical). But after while, I ask my self is my LLR algorithm good. Why I say that?-Exact LLR Algorithm on mathworks site(just type in google: Mathworks exact LLR algorithm), you will see : L(b)=log(Pr(b=0|r=(x,y)) / Pr(b=1|...


Voice Activity Detection (VAD)

Started by Tony Robinson in comp.dsp13 years ago 16 replies

For a couple of reasons my attention has been drawn to voice activity detection (speech/non-speech detection). The speechies (and I count...

For a couple of reasons my attention has been drawn to voice activity detection (speech/non-speech detection). The speechies (and I count myself in that camp) tend to use tools that speechies know, and do something like train up a two state HMM with mixture Gaussian densities for each state and do a Viterbi decode to decide what is speech and what is not. However, that assumes that the n...


GMSK/MSK constellation derotation and Channel impulse response estimation

Started by ane in comp.dsp12 years ago 4 replies

I am trying to implement a GMSK receiver I have a block diagram of the receiver which is like this Received IQ Samples - > constellation...

I am trying to implement a GMSK receiver I have a block diagram of the receiver which is like this Received IQ Samples - > constellation derotation -> CIR estimation from training sequence -> MLSE (viterbi) equalizer The constellation derotation is supposed to collapse the four end points of GMSK constellations (+1, +j,-1,-j) to a two point (+1,-1) constellation. My question is how


problem with matlab function

Started by designengineer77 in comp.dsp13 years ago 4 replies

Hello, I am using a matlab function "vitdec" to simulate viterbi decoding in awgn channel. I noticed a rather weird problem with it. When I...

Hello, I am using a matlab function "vitdec" to simulate viterbi decoding in awgn channel. I noticed a rather weird problem with it. When I increase the msglength the BER improves(eventually plateaus down), my understanding is that BEr improves with the traceback length. Attached is the matlab code and the BERs I observed, traceback length was fixed to 15 for a constraint length of 3. Is the...


Soft Output MIMO detection

Started by pankajb in comp.dsp13 years ago

Hello, I simulated a soft output MIMO detection scheme in which a mimo detector produces LLRs which are fed to a soft input viterbi...

Hello, I simulated a soft output MIMO detection scheme in which a mimo detector produces LLRs which are fed to a soft input viterbi decoder(using vitdec matlab function). LLRs (using max-log approx.) are computed based on the euclidean distances of the received point wrt to the lattice points. I noticed that the LLRs have large magnitudes ( 40-50 or even more) at higher SNR. I observed that t...


TCM decoder (Viterbi). Prevent overflow in metric path

Started by valery in comp.dsp14 years ago 3 replies

Hi, I'm writing TCM decoder on VHDL. My question is: how I can prevent overflow in metric path. I've found one way - subtraction minimum...

Hi, I'm writing TCM decoder on VHDL. My question is: how I can prevent overflow in metric path. I've found one way - subtraction minimum metric, but it's so difficult operation (find minimum and subtraction it), any body know another way? Thanks.


explicit duration HMM

Started by Anonymous in comp.dsp7 years ago 1 reply

hi, I'm looking for a methodology to find the optimal state sequence given an observation sequence (using viterbi or otherwise) in an explicit...

hi, I'm looking for a methodology to find the optimal state sequence given an observation sequence (using viterbi or otherwise) in an explicit duration HMM. All the papers on explicit duration HMM give an optimal state at time step t, gvien an observation sequence. They give is as q(t) = argmax(gamma(i)), where gamma is combination of the forward-backward variables alpha and beta. The...


Transition States for K = 7 viterbi decoder

Started by ahmsa474 in comp.dsp10 years ago

Hi I need to know output of convolutional encoder for K = 7 means (6 memory elements), output with corresponding (transition) states. I could...

Hi I need to know output of convolutional encoder for K = 7 means (6 memory elements), output with corresponding (transition) states. I could found this for K = 3 (means 2 memory elements) with 4 states and 4 different outputs and in other way 8 possible outputs which are written on arrows leading from one stage of trellis to another trellis stage. Its dimension should be 64 x 2 which means 64...


Decoding

Started by shereen.ahmed in comp.dsp15 years ago 2 replies

Dear all Can any one help me to understand LDPC code 1) If LDPC code decode using viterbi algorithm and sum product algorithm , which...

Dear all Can any one help me to understand LDPC code 1) If LDPC code decode using viterbi algorithm and sum product algorithm , which one will be performance better ? 2) What are the different decoding algorithms for LDPC ? 3) What is the advantage of itterative decoding over non itterative ? 4) Why the sum product algorithm is the best decoding algorithm for LDPC ? than...