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Re: Turbo , Convolutional Codes

From: oglop
Subject: Re: Turbo , Convolutional Codes
Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2013 23:03:25 -0800 (PST)

Oh I see, it was a bit misunderstanding. I though you were thinking by word
"manually" to show it on the board and trellis diagram.
The point is they do not tell us the requirements ... they just tell us to
demonstrate the process without thinking how hard it will be for us without
any previous knowledge..
but I think your manual suggestion would be enough for the project.

Can you please guide me how did you think your manual solution please?
First 2 steps should be enough for me to get the point.

Or if you have any example or article with it.

2013/11/19 Mike Miller [via Octave] <

> On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 13:25:43 -0800, oglop wrote:
> > If I understand you correctly, you think that best for me would be to
> show
> > the Trellis decoding live on the board or so because the programming the
> > decoder is beyond the borders of small semester project. I found many
> > diploma thesis about decoding.
> Your previous message sounded like you were hesitant to try to
> implement a full Viterbi decoder so I suggested a smaller step to
> start with. I certainly don't know what the constraints or
> requirements of your project or your class are so I can't say what
> would be appropriate. If you want to implement a full Viterbi decoder,
> either specific to your convolutional code or a generic decoder, that
> sounds like a good project also.
> --
> mike
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