Turbo Decoding Multi-ASIP Architecture for Multi

K. Madhuri, M.Hema, D.Moulika .


Channel decoding is a key feature of a wireless communication standard.It allows reliable data transfer targeting high throu-ghput over unreliable communication channels. Among channel decoding techniques, Turbo codes are frequently adopted in the recent wireless standards to reach a very low bit error rate (BER). Furthermore, the high through put requirement of emerging services imposes the efficient exploitation of different parallelism levels of the underlying algorithms.

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