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When someone use this kind of interleaver in the output you will hve two blocks of information "interleaved", in the example of the book i've uploaded, the upper row is the original uncoded information and the lower row is the coded information but only one bit is stored (not both), and, if you use the log-MAP algorithm to decode it you need BOTH bits to know the original source bit, then....
I don't understand if the interleaver works like that or my appreciation is wrong.
PD: Sorry for my poor english, but i'm from chile , and sometimes i don't undertand the context of the english books.
PD2: i've heard that exist a book called: "What a wonderful turbo world" and in this books is good explain how the turbo ecualization works and i need to make a turbo equalizer to graduate me.