Quasi-cyclic Random Projection Code and Hardware Implementation

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Abstract

Random Projection Code (RPC) is a mechanism that combines channel coding and modulation together and realizes rate adaptation in the receiving end. Random projection code’s mapping matrix has significant influences on decoding performance as well as hardware implementation complexity. To reduce hardware implementation complexity, we design a quasi-cyclic mapping matrix for RPC codes. Compared with other construction approaches, our design gets rid of data filter component, thus reducing chip area 7284.95 um2, and power consumption 331.46 uW in 0.13 um fabrication. Our simulation results show that our method does not cause any performance loss and even gets 0.2 dB to 0.5 dB gain at BER 10-4.

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Shi, S. , Wang, M. , Lu, X. and Wu, J. (2013) Quasi-cyclic Random Projection Code and Hardware Implementation. Communications and Network, 5, 86-92. doi: 10.4236/cn.2013.53B2017.

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