Wireless Personal Communications

, Volume 68, Issue 3, pp 939–948 | Cite as

Modified Collision-Free Interleavers for High Speed Turbo Decoding

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Abstract

Inter-window shuffle (IWS) interleavers are a class of collision-free (CF) interleavers that have been applied to parallel turbo decoding. In this paper, we present modified IWS (M-IWS) interleavers that can further increase turbo decoding throughput only at the expense of slight performance degradation. By deriving the number of M-IWS interleavers, we demonstrate that the number is much smaller than that of IWS interleavers, whereas they both have a very simple algebraic representation. Further, it is shown by analysis that under given conditions, storage requirements of M-IWS interleavers can be reduced to only 368 storage bits for variable interleaving lengths. In order to realize parallel outputs of the on-line interleaving addresses, a low-complexity architecture design of M-IWS interleavers for parallel turbo decoding is proposed, which also supports variable interleaving lengths. Therefore, the M-IWS interleavers are very suitable for the turbo decoder in next generation communication systems with the high data rate and low latency requirements.

Keywords

Parallel turbo decoding Parallel architecture design Soft-input soft-output (SISO) Interleavers Inter-window shuffle (IWS) interleavers 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.State Key Laboratory of Integrated Service NetworksXidian UniversityXi’anChina

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