This book presents the most important features, results and techniques of trellis coding which have appeared in the literature over the past 15 years. It is a summary as well as a basis for anyone involved in trellis coding applications or research. Engineers, communications specialists, telecommunications experts, scientists, mathematicians and students will find this book an invaluable resource.
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TreIUs CodEd ModulATioN
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achieved all-zero average bandwidth binary block codes bound branch labels channel Chapter code tree codeword complexity constellation constituent encoder constraint length convolutional codes correct path coset decoding algorithm denoted dfTee distance spectrum equation equivalent error exponent error path Euclidean distance free distance free-distance asymptote Gaussian geometrically uniform group trellis Hamming code Hamming distance Hamming weight IEEE IEEE Trans information bits information sequence input bits input sequence invariant isometry linear M-algorithm mapper function mapping metric minimal basic encoder minimum distance ML decoding multiplicity node noise obtain oooo oooo oooo operation optimal output parity sequence path loss polynomial pseudorandom pseudorandom interleaver QPSK random rotations sequential decoding shown in Figure signal constellations signal points signal set simulation results squaring construction subsets symbols systematic Theorem Theory transition trellis codes trellis diagram trellis-coded modulation Turbo code Ungerbock vector Viterbi algorithm waveform zero