We consider the problem of symbol-by-symbol a posteriori probability (APP) decoding for information symbols of nonsystematically encoded block codes. This problem arises at soft concatenated decoding of generalized concatenated block codes. The well-known BCJR algorithm for efficient APP decoding is not able to solve the problem if it runs on the minimal code trellis of a block code. We introduce an extended trellis representation for block codes, which includes encoding information and thus makes it possible to apply the BCJR algorithm as well as trellis-based decoding in the dual code space. Complexity properties of the extended trellis are investigated.
Problems of Information Transmission – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 13, 2004
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