Design Of Polar Communication System Using Maximum Likelihood Decoding

P SATYA PRIYANKA, A SOMA SEKHAR

Abstract


The recently-discovered polar codes are seen as a major breakthrough in coding concept; they provably accomplish the academic capacity of distinct memory much less networks using the reduced complexity successive termination (SC) translating formula. Motivated by current growths in polar coding theory, we recommend a household of effective equipment applications for SC polar decoders. Nevertheless, these previous efforts concentrated on design of polar decoders through deterministic computation, while the behavior of stochastic polar decoder, which can have prospective advantages such as low complexity as well as strong error-resilience, has not been studied in existing literary works. This paper, for the very first time, checks out polar decoding making use of stochastic logic. Especially, the commonly-used succeeding termination (SC) algorithm is reformulated into the stochastic type. Several techniques that can potentially boost translating performance are reviewed and also evaluated. Simulation results reveal that a stochastic SC decoder can attain comparable error-correcting performance as its deterministic counterpart. This work can lead the way for future equipment style of stochastic polar codes decoders.


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