DOF: Duplicate Detectable Opportunistic Forwarding In Energy Consumption Duty Cycled Wireless Sensor Network

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Format: Volume 4, Issue 2, No 6, 2016

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Year of Publication: 2016

Author: S.BanuPriya,C.Theebendra

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Abstract

In this paper Forward Error correction Techniques have been analysed and investigated. It is used to enhance the efficiency and accuracy of information transmitted over a channel. The principle this method is to add some redundancy to the data to be transmitted over a channel. Amongst so many technique of FEC coding, Turbo codes are more commonly used now a days due to its compatibility. Turbo Codes have been licensed on a worldwide basis to ST Microelectronics. The investigation of applications of turbo codes has produced new concept for spatial transmission with greater efficiency. this paper aims at getting efficient and reliable communication.

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Keywords

Turbo Codes, Spatial transmission, FEC.

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