The effect of the tailbiting restriction on feedback encoders
It is shown that, for short and moderate relative tailbiting lengths and high signal-to-noise ratios, systematic feedback encoders have better bit error performance than nonsystematic feedforward encoders. Conditions for when tailbiting will fail are given and it is described how the encoder starting state can be obtained for feedback encoders in both controller and observer canonical form
- Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Information Engineering
2000 International Symposium on Information Theory
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