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A performance metric for codes with a high-order spectral at zero frequency

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2 Author(s)
Xin, Y. ; Dept. of Electr. & Comput. Eng., Univ. of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada ; Fair, I.J.

Sum-variance is a well-known metric for assessing the performance of dc-free codes (first-order spectral- codes), however, as we show in this paper, it is unsuitable for comparing the magnitude of spectral components of high-order spectral- (HOSN) codes at low frequencies. In this paper, we introduce a new performance metric for evaluating the spectrum compression of arbitrarily HOSN codes around zero frequency; we call this metric the low-frequency spectrum weight (LFSW). We show that the asymptotic low-frequency spectral components of Kth-order spectral- codes (K≥1) are exclusively determined by the order K and the LFSW, and that the LFSW equals the zero-frequency value in the spectrum of the corresponding sequence of Kth-order running digital sum values. We derive this result for symbol-by-symbol encoding, and then extend it to block HOSN codes. We then derive a closed-form expression for the LFSW of HOSN codes constructed through state-independent encoding. Closed-form expressions for LFSW of first-order zero-disparity codes and for the asymptotic LSFW of maxentropic dc-free sequences are also given.

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:50 ,  Issue: 2 )