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Error-Correcting Codes Against the Worst-Case Partial-Band Jammer

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2 Author(s)
H. Ma ; MITRE Corp., Bedford, MA ; M. Poole

This paper provides performance analyses of a broad spectrum of error-correcting codes in an antijam communication system under worst-case partial-band noise jamming conditions. These analyses demonstrate the coding advantages available for systems operating with and without frequency diversity. Utilizing both the exact approach (where possible) and upper-bounding approaches (Chernoff and union bounds), the decoded bit error rates for typical error-correcting codes (binary and M -ary, block and convolutional) have been obtained, and these codes have been compared according to the E_{b}/N_{0} required to achieve a bit error rate of 10-5. The best performance is achieved with the use of M -ary signaling and optimum diversity with M -ary codes, such as Reed-Solomon block codes, dual- k convolutional codes, convolutional orthogonal codes, or concatenated codes.

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IEEE Transactions on Communications  (Volume:32 ,  Issue: 2 )