DIGITAL RECEIVER DECISION TECHNIQUES FOR CERTAIN FIXED LENGTH BINARY BLOCK CODES TRANSMITTED THROUGH THE GAUSSIAN CHANNEL
NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC
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Various types of fixed length binary block encodings of binary data are presented. Binary signaling is used to transmit the binary encoded data through an additive white gaussian noise channel. Certain block decision techniques are investigated and compared. For certain block encoding schemes, the notion of an intelligent receiver is developed. The study is considered basic in analyzing the use of redundant encoding in digital communications systems.