Unformatted text preview: ot be presented to the input of the Turbo encoder or
decoder. It shall be directly attached to the Turbo Codeword (see figure 6-4).
8.5.3 Similarly, the ASM shall not be presented to the input of the LDPC encoder or
decoder. It shall be directly attached to the LDPC Codeword. CCSDS 131.0-B-2 Page 8-4 August 2011 CCSDS RECOMMENDED STANDARD FOR TM SYNCHRONIZATION AND CHANNEL CODING 8.6 ASM FOR EMBEDDED DATA STREAM NOTE – A different ASM pattern (see figure 8-6) may be required where another data
stream (e.g., a stream of Transfer Frames played back from a tape recorder in the
forward direction) is inserted into the data field of the Transfer Frame of the main
stream appearing on the communications channel.
The ASM for the embedded data stream, to differentiate it from the main stream marker,
shall consist of a 32-bit (4-octet) marker with a pattern as follows: FIRST TRANSMITTED BIT
0011 0101 0010 1110 1111 1000 0101 0011
LAST TRANSMITTED BIT
(Bit 31) Figure 8-6: Embedded ASM Bit Pattern NOTE – This pattern is represented in hexadecimal notation as:
352EF853 CCSDS 131.0-B-2 Page 8-5 August 2011 CCSDS RECOMMENDED STANDARD FOR TM SYNCHRONIZATION AND CHANNEL CODING 9
OVERVIEW In order for the receiver system to work properly, every data capture system at the receiving
end requires that the incoming signal have sufficient bit transition density (see
recommendation 2.4.9 in reference ), and allow proper synchronization of the decoder.
The incoming signal must also be free of significant spectral lines, and be free of patterns
that interfere with codeword synchronization and validation (see 2.2.2).
NOTE – Designers should note that the length-255 pseudo-randomizer may introduce
spectral lines at 1/255 of the symbol rate, and these may be significant in some
In order to ensure proper receiver operation, the data stream must be sufficiently random.
The Pseudo-Randomizer defined in this section is the preferred method to ensure sufficient
randomness for all...
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