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1 Turbo Trellis Coded Modulation W. J. Blackert y and S. G. Wilson Communications Systems Laboratory Department of Electrical Engineering University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA Abstract Turbo codes have excited the coding community with the promise of performing near channel capacity by using an iterative decoding technique that relies upon simple constituent codes. However, since the original turbo codes are low rate codes, a signicant bandwidth penalty can be incurred by systems which utilize turbo codes. Since the constituent codes that make up turbo codes are convolutional codes, a natural extension of the turbo concept, in order to improve bandwidth eciency, is its application to Trellis Coded Modulation (TCM) systems. This paper will discuss the conditions under which encoders with parallel transitions can be used as constituent codes in Turbo TCM systems and present results to compare systems with and without parallel transition constituent encoders. 1 ntroduction Turbo coding, introduced in [1], is a coding technique that uses an iterative decoding algorithm to give performance near channel capacity. Since Turbo codes use convolutional codes as their constituent codes, a natural extension of the Turbo concept which improves bandwidth eciency is its application to systems using Trellis Coded Sponsor: National Science Foundation y Corresponding Author: Modulation (TCM). n Turbo TCM (TTCM) systems, the objective is to maximize the minimum Euclidean distance (d 2 min) between coded sequences and to maintain small error coecient multipliers as it is with \standard" binary Turbo systems. Ungerboeck's work [2] has shown for encoders with few states the best encoders possess parallel transitions. However, the TTCM methods presented in [3] and [4] either exclude encoders with parallel transitions as constituent codes or do not discuss conditions in which these encoders can be used. This paper will present various bandwidth ecient turbo code schemes, discuss conditions such that encoders with parallel can be used, describe necessary modications to the decoder of [3] so that constituent codes with parallel transitions may be used, and present simulation results to investigate the eectiveness of using encoders with parallel transitions. 2 Turbo TCM s n traditional TCM systems, the encoder attempts to produce a coded modulation sequence of message symbols, each with m bits, so that
2 the Euclidean distance between any pair of valid sequences is large. Rather then using a signal encoder with large constraint length, the turbo coding technique suggests the use of multiple, e.g. two, simple encoders operating on permuted versions of the same message of length N. Although the free Euclidean distance of one encoder may be small, by properly designing the permutation of the data sequence, those sequences that produce modest distance in one encoder will produce a larger distance in the other encoder. 1 n the context of convolutional codes, this is equivalent to short error events in one encoder trellis producing long error events in the other trellis. The fundamental issues in the design of the TTCM encoder are therefore The \merging" of the separate encoder outputs into a single QAM/PSK coded sequence, and the design of the interleaver. 2.1 Proposed Schemes Thus far, three dierent encoder structures have been suggested. n [5], the authors simply map the output of a binary turbo encoder onto an Mary modulator. Decoding is done by forming LLRs of each bit in the signal constellation and then allowing the turbo decoders to use these LLRs as data. Although this system utilizes a bandwidth ecient modulation scheme, the encoder and modulator are not designed cooperatively as in TCM systems. n [3], a TurboTCM system was presented where a single Mary symbol is transmitted at each trellis interval, e.g. 2 information bits into 8PSK. The high level bits of the signal set partition are dened by the message symbol. The low level bit(s) of the modulator sequence are produced by a punctured version of the turbo 1 n turbo systems, it is important to not only have large free distance by also small error multipliers for the low weight sequences. encoder parity output. A generalized version of this encoder is depicted in gure 1. t should be Mary Mary Figure 1: TTCM of [3] noted that the interleaver is constrained to interleave symbols. A third bandwidth ecient modulation scheme has been suggested in [4]. The encoder of this system, an example of which is shown in gure 2, works in a slightly dierent manner then the encoder of [3]. Here each encoder forms a AM 4AM Figure 2: TTCM of [4] 1 Channel QChannel modulation symbol from the parity stream produced by the encoder and a subset of the systematic information. These symbols are then sent, as depicted in gure 2, using inphase and quadrature modulation to form a composite symbol or by serializing the symbols for transmission, e.g. sequentially sending two 8PSK symbols. 2.2 Parallel Transition Conditions As discussed above, for constituent encoders with small memory order, the best (in terms of free distance) encoders will possess parallel transitions. For this reason, it may be desirable to use encoders with parallel transitions as the constituent encoders in the TTCM schemes discussed in [3] and [4]. However, in doing this, one must ensure that the free distance of the entire system is not limited by a codeword that was
3 produced by a single onestep error event in each trellis. Otherwise, the encoder has not beneted from the interleaving and presence of multiple encoders. t is possible to design the interleaver for a T TCM system such that at least one trellis has a multiplestep error event for every input message if the following condition holds. Let f be the fraction of the bits that enter a constituent encoder and inuence the state of the encoder. f there are n encoders present in a system, it is possible to design the interleaver such that at least one trellis has a multiplestep error event for every input message if and only if nf 1 (1) Proof: f nf 1 then, with proper interleaver selection, each bit will inuence the state of at least one encoder. f this occurs, then at least one encoder will be perturbed from the all zeros state which means that onestep transitions do not occur in all n encoders. f nf < 1 then at least one bit, no matter what interleaver is selected, does not inuence the state of any encoder. Therefore, by selecting this bit to be a 1 and all other bits to be a 0, each encoder will remain in the all zero state and the only event that occurs in each encoder is a singlestep error event. 2.3 Adaptation With the above condition in mind, it is possible to now discuss conditions under which the previously discussed TTCM encoders can be implemented with encoders that possess parallel transitions. The interleaver that is used in the encoder of [4] forces bits to maintain \membership" in the input line in which they were presented to the encoder. Due to this constraint on the interleaver, lines may only be \exchanged" in the process of ensuring that each bit is encoded by at least one of the encoders. f the condition of equation (1) holds, then it is possible to exchange lines in such a way each input line inuences the state of at least one encoder. Given this, it is possible to use constituent encoders that possess onestep error events, but guarantee that at least one encoder has a multiplestep error event for each codeword. The encoder of [3] has an interleaver which is constrained to permute only symbols. Due to this constraint on the interleaver, onestep error events in one constituent encoder will become one step error events in all constituent encoders. However, it is possible to modify the encoder of [3], so that this does not occur. Figure 3 presents a modied version of the encoder of [3] that will work with parallel transitions. The only dier M MARY MARY Figure 3: Turbo TCM that allows parallel transitions ence between the systems of gure 1 and gure 3 is the addition of the \mapper" after the interleaver. The purpose to this device is to map the original, interleaved, input symbols onto a new set of symbols within the same alphabet. This mapping may be as simple as exchanging bit lines or as general as swapping symbols but the mapping must be reversible and done such that symbols that would cause a onestep error event in the rst encoder will cause a longer error event in the second encoder. By adding the mapping, the system is no longer limited by the parallel transition case. With the exception of the additional stage of mapping, the operation of this encoder is identical to the operation of the encoder presented in [3]. D
4 3 Decoder Modications t is interesting to discuss the modications to the TTCM decoder of [3] that are necessary to allow for the use of constituent encoders that have parallel transitions. Figure 4 depicts the decoder presented in [3]. The `*' character indicates the position of the switch when the parity of the current symbol was not produced by the encoder that is matched to the decoder in question. noisy channel symbols = (1m) log 2 metric s 1 * first decoding all others metric metric "0" "0" MAP MAP m1 Hard Decision Figure 4: Non Parallel TTCM decoder There are two modications which need to be made so that this decoder will properly decode a TurboTCM system using parallel transitions. The more obvious modication stems from the fact that we have added the mapping operation to the encoder. The presence of the mapping means that we must swap values within each APP vector after we have interleaved. For example, suppose that input symbol i is mapped to input symbol j before it is passed to the second encoder. After the rst decoder has been run, we have a level of condence that the input symbol at a particular time was i. However, for the second decoder to operate correctly, we must * * output now assign this condence level to the symbol j since, if i was in the original data stream, j was encoded by the second encoder. Along the same lines as this modication, since the hard decision is eventually made based on the output of the second decoder, it is necessary to not only deinterleave the symbols but also \unmap" them. The second modication that must be made is for the the block labeled `metric s.' This box computes the likelihood that each possible input symbol was sent by computing the likelihood between the channel symbol formed by the input in question and each possible parity value and then averaging these likelihoods. This operation is only performed for punctured (relative to the rst encoder) symbol positions. Since these symbols are generated by the second decoder, which is working on mapped version of the input data stream, the likelihoods must be assigned to the appropriate positions in the vector to accurately reect the probability that each symbol was sent. For example, let us continue to assume that the input symbol i is mapped to the input symbol j. To appropriately evaluate the `metric s' value for the symbol i, likelihoods must be computed as if symbol j formed the MSBs of the Mary symbol. 4 Simulation Results The following plots compare the performance of TTCM systems of the type presented in [3] with and without parallel transitions. n all cases the systems in question used 16QAM modulation, have identical interleavers and the following 8 state TCM constituent encoders are used: Type h 0 (D) h 1 (D) h 2 (D) h 3 (D) Parallel NonParallel The encoder with parallel transitions is taken from [6] and the encoder without parallel transitions is taken from [3].
5 4.1 Example 1 The rst simulation is done for a system using a bit symbol packet and the following mapping function Original Symbol Mapped Symbol which is equivalent to exchanging the rst two bit lines that enter encoder 2. Pb Parallel Transitions No Parallel Transitions First teration Second teration Seventh teration Eb/No (db) 10 1 Figure 6: 597 Symbol Packet Simulation Results Pb Parallel Transitions No Parallel Transitions First teration Second teration Seventh teration as the number of iterations increase, the performance of the two 597 symbol packet systems becomes comparable. t also interesting to compare the two examples presented here. As expected, the system with the larger packet size has the better performance of the two systems Eb/No (db) Figure 5: 291 Symbol Packet Simulation Results Figure 5 presents simulation results that compare these two systems. Based on these results, it should be noted that the system that uses parallel transitions shows improvement over the nonparallel transition system during the rst two iterations of the decoder. However, as the number of iterations is increased, the performance of the two systems becomes comparable for this frame size. 4.2 Example 2 Figure 6 shows the results for the same systems as in example 1 when a larger packet (597 symbols) is used. Again, the simulation results show that the system with parallel transitions outperforms the system without parallel transitions during the rst several iterations. However, 5 Conclusions This paper has reviewed various bandwidth ecient turbo coding schemes and presented conditions under which encoders having onestep error events can be used as constituent encoders. Modications to the encoder and decoder of [3] have also been presented along with simulation results that demonstrate that the use of encoders with onestep error events can improve TTCM system performance. References [1] C. Berrou, A. Glavieux, and P. Thitimajshima, \Near Shannon limit errorcorrecting coding and decoding: Turbo Codes," in CC, pp. 1064{1070, [2] G. Ungerboeck, \Trelliscoded modulation with redundant signal sets, part : State of
6 the art," EEE Communications Magazine, vol. 25, pp. 12{21, Feb [3] P. Robertson and T. Worz, \A novel coded modulation scheme employing turbo codes," in URS & TG Convference `Kleinheubacher Tagung', (Kleinheubach, Germany), Oct [4] S. Benedetto, D. Divsalar, G. Montorsi, and F. Pollara, \Bandwidth ecient parallel concatentated coding schemes," Electronics Letters, vol. 31, Nov [5] S. L. Go et al., \Turbocodes and high spectral eciency modulation," in CC, pp. 645{ 649, [6] S. G. Wilson, Digital Modulation and Coding. Englewood Clis, New Jersey: PrenticeHall, 1995.
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