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Re: Convolutional encoding/decoding?

From: David Bateman
Subject: Re: Convolutional encoding/decoding?
Date: Fri, 22 Apr 2005 09:44:59 +0200
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Steve C. Thompson wrote:


I see that octave-forge has block coding

Does anyone know if convolution coding, Viterbi decoding, etc., has been
implemented in Octave?  As an .oct module?

If not, this is certainly a hole in octave-forge that needs to be
filled.  Any communications people out there that can help?


We have all of the code implemented here at Motorola, but must get IP approval before it can be released.. This takes time so don't assume we can give it any time soon.... So if someone else wants to implement it, go ahead...


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