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Quantized Guessing Random Additive Noise Decoding

03/25/2022
by   Ken R. Duffy, et al.
MIT
Maynooth University
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We introduce a soft-detection variant of Guessing Random Additive Noise Decoding (GRAND) called Quantized GRAND (QGRAND) that can efficiently decode any moderate redundancy block-code of any length in an algorithm that is suitable for highly parallelized implementation in hardware. QGRAND can avail of any level of quantized soft information, is established to be almost capacity achieving, and is shown to provide near maximum likelihood decoding performance when provided with five or more bits of soft information per received bit.

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