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Master of Science (MS)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
The purpose of a channel emulator is to emulate a communication channel in real-life use case scenario. These emulators are often used in the domains of research in digital and wireless communication. One such area is error correction coding, where transmitted data bits over a channel are decoded and corrected to prevent data loss. A channel emulator that does not follow the properties of the channel it is intended to replicate can lead to mistakes while analyzing the performance of an error-correcting decoder. Hence, it is crucial to validate an emulator for a particular communication channel. This work delves into the statistics of a channel emulator and analyzes its effects on a particular decoder.
Shadab, Rakin Muhammad, "Statistical Analysis of a Channel Emulator for Noisy Gradient Descent Low Density Parity Check Decoder" (2019). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 7582.
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