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Figure 3.4.9 Fluorescence tomograms of a micrometeorite grain inside a quartz capillary. Reconstructions (using ART) of the K lines for Si (capillary), Fe, Cr and Ca are shown. Resolution 2 m. (Reproduced from ref. 57)
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extended Golay codes have been used widely for a number of years, and decoders are available as commercial chips. Both versions of the Golay code can be shortened as well, and several versions of both codes have been incorporated into wireless system speci cations, such as the APCO/TIA standard for digital land-mobile radio [TIA93a]. The next row in the table shows Reed Solomon (RS) codes, which are an important class of nonbinary block codes. The symbols in RS codewords are drawn from an alphabet of size q = p m , where p can be any prime and m is an integer. In most applications p = 2, so that q = 2m , and m bits are mapped into each q-ary symbol. An (N,K) RS code has block length N = q 1, and the number of symbols in a codeword can have any value K = 1, 2, 3, . . . , N 1. As with the Hamming codes and binary BCH codes, the RS codes can be shortened to lengths smaller that the natural length. Thus, a wide range of code designs is available within this class of codes. An important property of the RS codes is that any (N,K) RS code has the largest minimum distance achievable with the given values of N and K: speci cally, dmin = N K + 1. For this reason, RS codes are described as maximum-distance separable codes. RS codes have proved to be very effective for use on channels where errors occur in bursts, or as mixtures of random errors and bursts. The RS codes can be de ned as a special subclass of nonbinary BCH codes, and several of the ef cient decoding algorithms developed for BCH codes can be applied to RS codes as well [Mic85, Wic94, Lin04]. RS codes are used in the link-layer coding structure speci ed for the CDPD cellular data standard [CDP93] and have also been speci ed for use in the APCO/TIA standard for digital land-mobile radio [TIA93a]. Walsh codes, also called Hadamard codes, are constructed by selecting as codewords rows of special square matrixes called Hadamard matrixes. A Hadamard matrix of order n is an n n matrix of +1 s and 1 s, where all pairs of rows are orthogonal. Hadamard matrixes exist only for orders 1 and 2 and multiples of 4. (That they exist for all multiples of 4 has been conjectured but not yet proved.) If the matrix elements { 1} are replaced by 1 s and 0 s, respectively, a Hadamard matrix has one row of all 0 s, and the remaining rows each have an equal number of 1 s and 0 s. Walsh or Hadamard codes can be constructed for block lengths n = 2m , where m is an integer, all nonzero codewords having Hamming weight n/2 and all pairs of codewords being separated by Hamming distance n/2. The cdmaOne cellular system uses Walsh codes of order 64, where each Walsh codeword provides one of 64 channels on an RF carrier The next row in Table 8.1 shows binary convolutional codes, which are included in the major digital cellular standards. Although convolutional codes are designed to encode continuous streams of data, they are readily adapted to a block-structured transmission format simply by truncating the information bit stream and inserting known tail bits into the encoder, which facilitates decoding the information bits at the end of the block. The tail bits represent overhead in the transmission format and thus affect overall bandwidth ef ciency. However, in most practical cases the impact is small. The last row in Table 8.1 shows Turbo codes, a powerful convolutional coding technique introduced in 1993 [Ber93]. Turbo coding uses parallel concatenation of two short, recursive convolutional codes, together with interleaving and iterative maximum aposteriori probability (MAP) decoding, to provide low post-decoding bit error rates at low values of Eb /N0 [Skl97, Hee99, Han02]. Turbo codes are utilized in the cdma2000 high-data-rate (HDR) standard [Ste01, Han02]. Also, a Turbo code has been
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