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Parallel realizations of distributed sample scramblers for applications to cell-based ATM transmission

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2 Author(s)
Seok Chang Kim ; Bell Labs., Lucent Technol., Middletown, NJ, USA ; Byeong Gi Lee

In this paper, a theory is developed in support of parallel realizations of the distributed sample scramblers (DSS) in the cell-based ATM transmission environment. For the relevant parallel realizations of the SRG (shift register generator) engines and the SRG sequence-generating circuits, the PSRG theory is applied which is readily available for parallel FSS (frame synchronous scrambler). For the synchronization of the parallel DSS, the double-sampling and double-correction schemes are employed as they efficiently match the two adjacently located sample conveyance channels within the ATM cells. The resulting synchronization conditions are described in terms of three theorems-one regarding the sampling time and vector's condition, and the other two regarding the correction time and vector's conditions for even- and odd-lengthened SRGs. Demonstration is given at the end on the use of the developed theory for parallel realizations of DSS in scrambling and descrambling the ITU-T recommended cell-based ATM signals

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Communications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:45 ,  Issue: 10 )

Date of Publication:

Oct 1997

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