AuthorChi, Danny T.
AffiliationKodak Berkeley Research
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AbstractInterleaving is a simple and effective way to improve the performance of an error correction scheme on a bursty channel. The interleaving of codewords will spread the effects of a long burst error into short bursts over several encoded sequences instead of a single codeword, and thus the chosen error correction scheme can correct them. This paper addresses a recently developed method, called helical interleaving () and presents some of its applications. The advantages of helical interleavers as compared with traditional interleavers are discussed. A relationship between helical interleavers and convolutional interleavers is also presented.
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