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Mutual information of the white Gaussian channel with and without feedback

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The following model for the white Gaussian channel with or without feedback is considered: begin{equation} Y(t) = int_o ^{t} phi (s, Y_o ^{s} ,m) ds + W(t) end{equation} wheremdenotes the message,Y(t)denotes the channel output at timet,Y_o ^ {t}denotes the sample pathY(theta), 0 leq theta leq t. W(t)is the Brownian motion representing noise, andphi(s, y_o ^ {s} ,m)is the channel input (modulator output). It is shown that, under some general assumptions, the amount of mutual informationI(Y_o ^{T} ,m)between the messagemand the output pathY_o ^ {T}is directly related to the mean-square causal filtering error of estimatingphi (t, Y_o ^{t} ,m)from the received dataY_o ^{T} , 0 leq t leq T. It follows, as a corollary to the result forI(Y_o ^ {T} ,m), that feedback can not increase the capacity of the nonband-limited additive white Gaussian noise channel.

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:17 ,  Issue: 4 )

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Jul 1971

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