By Xiang-Gen Xia
A examine of modulated coding (MC), a strategy for intersymbol interference (ISI) mitigation. It discusses MC whilst the ISI is understood at either transmitter and receiver, and whilst in simple terms the receiver understands the ISI. It showcases polynomial antiquity resistant modulated coding, and offers an exam of transmitter-assisted ISI equalization.
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N= 7 Rale 1/7 2/7 3/7 ExistenceProb. 9987 Rat¢ ExistenceFrob. N=II Rate ExistenceProb. N= 13 Rate ExistenceProb. N= 13 Rate ExistenceProb. N= 15 Rate ExistenceProb. N= 15 Rate ExistenceProb. N= 17 Rate Existelite Prob. N~ 17 Rate ExistencePooh. 99995! 27195 44 CHAPTER 2. 8, an upper bound of the coding gain of an MCover a given ISI channel has been given, which is the length of the ISI channel and independent of the coefficients of the ISI channel. The upper bound may not be tight enough in some cases.
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