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Instead of the random interleaver, the LDPC codes approximate random code selection in that the codewords use a large and randomly generated sparse parity-check matrix. , 1999], and thus outperform any code discovered to date. LDPC codes are discussed in Chapter 3. Z. Wu, Coding and Iterative Detection for Magnetic Recording Channels © Kluwer Academic Publishers 2000 22 CODING AND ITERATIVE DETECTION FOR STORAGE In turbo code detectors, iterative decoding using soft-output algorithms is essential to complexity reduction.

An lSI channel produces burst errors, while turbo codes are designed for random errors. A channel random interleaver 7r - 2 is therefore needed between the turbo encoder and the channel, which decouples the channel from the turbo code and makes the channel look memoryless. 9: Parallel concatenated turbo codes on lSI channels (the full turbo equalization structure) . , 1999], uses only one constituent convolutional encoder and treats the channel as a second encoder. 11. , 1999]. This simplified concatenation scheme is similar to the serial concatenated turbo codes if one views the channel as the inner encoder.

State-of-art Viterbi detectors used for magnetic recording channels can take 16 channel states. Therefore, the target response can span up to 5 taps. The Viterbi detector is sometimes followed by a post-processor/decoder to decode the channel codes such as the turbo codes in Chapter 2, the low-density parity-check codes in Chapter 3, and the Interleaved Parity Check (IPC) codes in Chapter 5. Simplications to the decoders for various codes appear in Chapter 4 and Chapter 5. Finally, a RLL decoder is used to remove the RLL redundancy inserted to help timing recovery.

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