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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

This paper studies the performance of different Reed-Solomon (RS) error control codes. Also, it proposes using efficient data randomize tool as an interleaver and comparing it with traditional one. The presented scenarios are evaluated over wireless channel. In the computer simulation experiments the performance degrading with the different data packet length is taken in considerations. The simulation results reveal that the block codes performance can be enhanced over wireless channel using efficient interleaver. Also, the proposed interleaved RS codes perform better than the traditional ones. The complexity of block codes can be decreased with effective real switching rules between the different code rate codes according to the channel conditions. The simulation results have revealed that the proposed technique is efficient for the wireless communication system .

Keywords :

: Interleaved RS codes, wireless communications channels, PER, Throughput, NLP.

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