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Proceedings of ICC/SUPERCOMM '96 - International Conference on Communications, 1996
An approach to joint equalization and decoding for vector quantization over a Gaussian channel with intersymbol interference is presented. The decoder is based on a Hadamard transform representation of the vector quantizer. This gives the decoder a structure that allows the decoding to be based on estimates of the transmitted bits in an efficient manner. The decoder is soft in ...
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 2010
Two new schemes are proposed for transmitting a Gaussian source over a Gaussian channel. These schemes directly generalize previous results of Bross and Puri A scaled version of either the source itself or the quantization error is superimposed on the digital information, and thus serves as effective channel state information (CSI) unknown to the receiver. It is shown that for ...
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An approach to joint equalization and decoding for vector quantization over a Gaussian channel with intersymbol interference is presented. The decoder is based on a Hadamard transform representation of the vector quantizer. This gives the decoder a structure that allows the decoding to be based on estimates of the transmitted bits in an efficient manner. The decoder is soft in the sense that soft channel information is used and no decisions are involved in the decoding. Simulations demonstrate that the soft decoder can outperform a scheme based on Viterbi equalization plus table look-up decoding.
Two new schemes are proposed for transmitting a Gaussian source over a Gaussian channel. These schemes directly generalize previous results of Bross and Puri A scaled version of either the source itself or the quantization error is superimposed on the digital information, and thus serves as effective channel state information (CSI) unknown to the receiver. It is shown that for any power allocation between the coded and uncoded components of transmission, optimal distortion can be achieved by a continuum of auxiliary random variables (rather than only Costa's) if the decoded auxiliary codeword is properly used. This observation provides a new degree of freedom in point-to- point transmission. This freedom, in turn, can be utilized in multiterminal scenarios, as is demonstrated with an example.
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