Joint source and channel coding

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In information theory, joint source–channel coding is the encoding of a redundant information source for transmission over a noisy channel, and the corresponding decoding, using a single code instead of the more conventional steps of source coding followed by channel coding.

Joint source–channel coding has been proposed and implemented for a variety of situations, including speech and videotransmission.[1] [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ M. R. Soleymani and A. K. Khandani (1991). "Vector Trellis Quantization for Noisy Channels". In Bishnu S. Atal, Vladimir Cuperman, and Allen Gersho. Advances in Speech Coding. Springer. ISBN 0-7923-9091-1. 
  2. ^ Martin Vetterli and Kamil Metin Uz (1992). "Multiresolution Coding Techniques for Digital Television: A Review". In Giovanni L. Sicuranza, Sanjit K. Mitra. Multidimensional processing of video signals. Springer. ISBN 0-7923-9228-0.