I am reading the BCP User Guide, and I have noticed that it uses the TCP3d for decoding turbo codes, but the TCP3e is not used in the encoding process. Is there any reason to do that? Is the internal Enconder of the BCP faster than the TCP3e?
Thank you in advanced.
The encoder in the BCP is much faster than the TCP3e and it also allows the encoding to be handled automatically as part of the whole processing flow in the BCP. The TCP3e was actually removed in future devices that include the BCP since it is not needed.
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