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Whats the definition of BER and SNR relationship in LDPC ?

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hellow guy:
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i learn the LDPC code recently, i have accomplished the encode and decode ,but i don not know the relationship of BER and SNR ,how can i define this relationship?
help me
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Hello guy,

If you want to do simulation, encoder and decoder is not enough. You have to add AWGN noise based on your SNR setting to emulate the channel effect. And when you decode the bit stream, your program will calculate how many bit can not be correcting to right(i.e. what you transmit from encoder).

The SNR defination: 10*log(powerOfSignal/powerOfNoise)

If you are familiar with C, you would like to run the FAMOUS neal's LDPC program. And you may modify it as you like.
https://www.cs.toronto.edu/~radford/ftp/LDPC-2006-02-08/index.html

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Hi
SNR (signal to noise ratio) is a number determinates the amount of noise that you will apply on a channel or a series of bits ,so you must apply a noise (AWGN) then you will compare the bit errors with the Shanon limit to determinate the power of algorithm.
BER: in the receiption you can calculate the number of bit errors (any way).
the relation is nonlinear and can't described by a mathematical eqaution.
 

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