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Comparison of decoding algorithms for trellis coded modulation using Viterbi algorithm in the presence of intersymbol interference

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2 Author(s)
Zou, G. ; Tech. Univ., Wien ; Weinrichter, H.

The letter describes a comparison of some receiver structures suitable for trellis-coded modulation on channels causing intersymbol interference. Simulation results show that a Viterbi decoder treating trellis coding and intersymbol interference as one compound encoding mechanism yields the best performance, which at Pb=10-4 is about 6 dB in S/N better than any other receiver structure

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 9 )