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Polar Code decoder exploration framework

Kestel, Claus; Weithoffer, Stefan; Wehn, Norbert


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;The increasing demand for fast wireless communications requires sophisticated baseband signal processing. One of the&amp;nbsp;computational intense tasks here is advanced Forward Error Correction (FEC), especially the decoding. Finding efficient hardware implementations for sophisticated FEC decoding algorithms that fulfill throughput demands under strict implementation constraints is an active research topic due to increasing throughput, low latency, and high energy efficiency requirements.&lt;br&gt;
This paper focuses on the interesting class of Polar Codes that are currently a hot topic. We present a modular framework to automatically generate and evaluate a wide range of Polar Code decoders, with emphasis on design space exploration for efficient hardware architectures. To demonstrate the efficiency of our framework a very high throughput Soft Cancellation (SCAN) Polar Code decoder is shown that was automatically generated. This decoder is, to the best of our knowledge, the fastest SCAN Polar Code&amp;nbsp;decoder published so far.&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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