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Probability of error in digital communication systems with intersymbol interference and dependent symbols (Corresp.)

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An upper and lower bound to the probability of error is presented for a digital communication system with dependent symbols affected by additive noise and intersymbol interference. Explicitly considered are two systems in which independent binary symbols are encoded into ternary dependent symbols, i.e., a bipolar code and a dicode. The bounds practically coincide under a proper choice of certain integers; hence the true value of probability of error can be computed as a function of signal to noise ratio.

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 5 )