Encode binary low-density parity-check code specified by parity-check matrix
Block sublibrary of Error Detection and Correction
This block supports encoding of low-density parity-check (LDPC) codes, which are linear error control codes with sparse parity-check matrices and long block lengths that can attain performance near the Shannon limit.
Both the input and the output are discrete-time signals. The ratio of the output sample time to the input sample time is . The input must be a real column vector signal.
The output signal inherits the data type from the input signal, and the input must be binary-valued (0 or 1). For information about the data types each block port supports, see the Supported Data Type table on this page.
Note: Model initialization or update may take a long time, because a large matrix may need to be inverted (when the last (n – k) columns of the parity-check matrix is not triangular).
This block can accept a sparse matrix with dimension n -k by n (where n >k > 0) of real numbers. All nonzero elements must be equal to 1. The upper bound limit for the value of n is 231-1
The default value is the parity-check matrix of the half-rate LDPC code from the DVB-S.2 standard.
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