Turbo Codes 2000

This document presents information about the implementation of turbo codes. Turbo coding represents a new and very powerful error control technique, which has started to have a significant impact in the late 90s, allowing communication very close to the channel capacity. The powerful error correction capability of turbo codes was recognised and accepted for almost all types of channels leading to increased data rates and improved Quality of Service. Turbo codes can operate at 0.1 dB from the Shannon capacity limit outperforming any other coding technique known today.

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