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17. Number of blocks as a function of the number of bit errors for j=2 LDPC decoded EPR4 channel without precoder, 5/3 iterations. 1e−6 Total number of blocks = 37012 2 0 0 50 100 150 Number of errors per block 200 250 Fig. 18. Number of blocks as a function of the number of bit errors for j=3, 4 and 6 LDPC decoded EPR4 channel without precoder, 5/3 iterations. 2 Iterative Codes in Magnetic Storage Systems 37 block error statistics behavior accurately. Therefore, hardware tools such as an FPGA are needed before a convincing argument can be made.
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Therefore, hardware tools such as an FPGA are needed before a convincing argument can be made. 4 Transfer Functions of the Channel Detector and Decoder C Fig. 75dB for 1 − D (PR4), 1 + D − D2 − D3 (EPR4), 1 + 2D − 2D3 − D4 (EEPR4), 1 + D (PR1), (1 + D)2 (PR2) and (1 + D)3 (PR3) PR channels without precoder and an EPR4 target with a precoder 1/(1⊕D2 ). , when a priori information is the largest output SN Rout all zero. Although the transfer function curves for the six PR channels start C C when SN Rin = 0, they all ﬂatten out to zero from diﬀerent output SN Rout C C if SN Rin is suﬃciently large.