International Page on Error Control Coding

Welcome to the International Page on Error Control Coding. Here you will find original theses, reports, papers, software and books and links to papers, books, universities and companies related to the art and practice of coding theory and techniques. Original documents are not formally reviewed thus allowing a fast forum for publishing results. Permission is given for individuals to freely download and print the original documents for personal use only. We do not take any responsibility for the content of links to other documents or web pages.

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Theses
  1. Afif H. Osseiran, "On the decoding of turbo codes," Master of Science Thesis, (in French) École Polytechnique de Montréal (Universté de Montréal), Montreal, Canada, Oct. 1999. aho.ps.gz (474,669 bytes)

  2. Pär Moqvist, "Serially concatenated systems: An iterative decoding approach with application to continuous phase modulation," Licentiate of Eng. Thesis, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden, Nov. 1999. pm.pdf (997,812 bytes)
Universities
  1. Institute for Telecommunications Research, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia. http://www.itr.unisa.edu.au

  2. Johann Briffa's Research Page, Department of Communications and Computer Engineering, University of Malta. http://www.eng.um.edu.mt/~jabrif/research.html

  3. The Error Correcting Codes (ECC) Page, University of Tokyo, Japan. http://imailab-www.iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~robert/codes.html
Companies
  1. DSP Derby, Mumbai, India. http://www.dspderby.com

  2. iCODING Technology Incorporated, San Diego, California, USA. http://www.icoding.com

  3. Patni Computer Systems, Mumbai, India. http://www.patni.com

  4. Small World Communications, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. http://www.sworld.com.au

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Last update 6 Feb 2008 by Steven S. Pietrobon. steven@spri.levels.unisa.edu.au