Enhanced Verification-Based Decoding for Packet-Based LDPC Codes
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In this letter, an enhanced verification-based decoding algorithm (EVA) for packet level low-density parity check (LDPC) codes is proposed. Compared with the verification algorithm (VA) in the literature, the proposed algorithm reduces the likelihood of false verification by enhancing the verification condition to achieve a better decoding performance. For example, simulation results in this letter show that EVA reduces frame error rate (FER) by two orders when comparing the VA over binary symmetric channel (BSC), while the increase of the computational load is less than 90%.
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