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Maximum-likelihood trellis decoding technique for balanced codes.

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Journal publication date03/1995
JournalElectronics Letters
Journal number6
Volume31
Number of pages2
Pages447-448
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

A low-complexity encoding and maximum-likelihood trellis decoding (MLTD) technique for nonlinear balanced codes is presented. The technique is illustrated by the design of a (16, 9, 4) balanced code.