Comparative analysis of BCJR decoding algorithm of convolutional codes
Keywords:convolution coding, BCJR algorithm, a maximum of posterior probability
It is considered BCJR algorithm of convolutional codes by criterion of a maximum posterior probability. Analysis of probabilistic characteristics of this algorithm with its simplified variant is carried out. The computational complexity of the given algorithm for realization on microprocessor ADSP BF-533 is shown.
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