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Turbo Decoding and Detection for Wireless Applications

Turbo Decoding and Detection for Wireless Applications
Turbo Decoding and Detection for Wireless Applications
A historical perspective of turbo coding and turbo transceivers inspired by the generic turbo principles is provided, as it evolved from Shannon’s visionary predictions. More specifically, we commence by discussing the turbo principles, which have been shown to be capable of performing close to Shannon’s capacity limit. We continue by reviewing the classic maximum a posteriori probability decoder. These discussions are followed by studying the effect of a range of system parameters in a systematic fashion, in order to gauge their performance ramifications. In the second part of this treatise, we focus our attention on the family of iterative receivers designed for wireless communication systems, which were partly inspired by the invention of turbo codes. More specifically, the family of iteratively detected joint coding and modulation schemes, turbo equalization, concatenated spacetime and channel coding arrangements, as well as multi-user detection and three-stage multimedia systems are highlighted.
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Hanzo, L.
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Woodard, J.P.
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Robertson, P
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Hanzo, L.
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Woodard, J.P.
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Robertson, P
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Hanzo, L., Woodard, J.P. and Robertson, P (2007) Turbo Decoding and Detection for Wireless Applications. Proceedings of the IEEE, 95 (6), 1178 -1200.

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A historical perspective of turbo coding and turbo transceivers inspired by the generic turbo principles is provided, as it evolved from Shannon’s visionary predictions. More specifically, we commence by discussing the turbo principles, which have been shown to be capable of performing close to Shannon’s capacity limit. We continue by reviewing the classic maximum a posteriori probability decoder. These discussions are followed by studying the effect of a range of system parameters in a systematic fashion, in order to gauge their performance ramifications. In the second part of this treatise, we focus our attention on the family of iterative receivers designed for wireless communication systems, which were partly inspired by the invention of turbo codes. More specifically, the family of iteratively detected joint coding and modulation schemes, turbo equalization, concatenated spacetime and channel coding arrangements, as well as multi-user detection and three-stage multimedia systems are highlighted.

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Published date: June 2007
Additional Information: Invited Paper
Organisations: Southampton Wireless Group

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Local EPrints ID: 264572
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/264572
ISSN: 0018-9219
PURE UUID: 363c36dd-8985-4a93-9c69-ed085579c696
ORCID for L. Hanzo: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-2636-5214

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Date deposited: 23 Sep 2007
Last modified: 10 Dec 2019 01:58

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