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Extending the evaluation of serial concatenated turbo code performance to longer block lengths

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As new classes of iteratively decodable very long block-length codes are discovered, they appear to have the potential of achieving extremely low error probabilities close to the Shannon limit. While the degree to which the suboptimal iterative decoding process degrades this performance is not yet well determined, progress has occurred in establishing the optimal maximum likelihood performance

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Information Theory, 2000. Proceedings. IEEE International Symposium on

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2000