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Methods of coherent networks matching with codecs computational capabilities
Author(s): A. A. Gladkikh; D. V. Mishin; N. Y. Chilikhin; R. Z. Ibragimov
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Paper Abstract

A method of improving the performance of non-binary redundant code decoders in a coherent network system using forward error correction is considered. It is proposed to use permutation decoding which in contrast to the known methods of processing error-correcting codes has a number of deterministic parameters. Such parameters in the procedure of decoding code vectors can be determined in advance and included in the cognitive map of the decoder. The using of cognitive map data dramatically reduces the amount of matrix calculations in the permutation decoding of system, which contributes to the performance of the decoder. This contributes to the harmonization of high-speed data flow to the input of the decoder of the optical system on the physical level with relatively limited processing capabilities of the processors on the data link layer. The methods of reducing the memory size of the cognitive map of such decoder and fast search of reference matrices of equivalent codes through the use of lexicographic navigation are considered.

Paper Details

Date Published: 24 June 2019
PDF: 12 pages
Proc. SPIE 11146, Optical Technologies for Telecommunications 2018, 1114605 (24 June 2019); doi: 10.1117/12.2526538
Show Author Affiliations
A. A. Gladkikh, Ulyanovsk State Technical Univ. (Russian Federation)
D. V. Mishin, Volga State Univ. of Telecommunications and Informatics (Russian Federation)
N. Y. Chilikhin, Ulyanovsk State Technical Univ. (Russian Federation)
R. Z. Ibragimov, Siberian State Univ. of Telecommunications and Informatics (Russian Federation)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 11146:
Optical Technologies for Telecommunications 2018
Vladimir A. Andreev; Anton V. Bourdine; Vladimir A. Burdin; Oleg G. Morozov; Albert H. Sultanov, Editor(s)

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