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Performance Study of Turbo Code with Interleaver Design
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Mojaiana Synthia, Md. Shipon Ali
Turbo encoder; Turbo decoder; Interleaver; code rate; Puncturing; Nonpucturing
This paper begins with an investigation of the optimization of binary turbo code through good interleaver design. For this purpose, different types of interleaver have designed here and have evaluated their performance. Basically the performances of the turbo code using block interleaver, helical interleaver, random interleaver and odd-even interleaver have evaluated. From this investigation it has been seen that for small code length the performance of the block interleaver is superior in non-puncturing case and the performance of the odd-even interleaver is superior in puncturing case, but for large code length the performance of the random interleaver is better in both of puncturing and non-puncturing condition. In this paper, it has investigated that the performance of the odd-even interleaver (block interleaver with odd number of rows and columns) significantly increased in puncturing conditions.
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