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What does TC stand for?

TC stands for Turbo Code

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95 TK5105 The third edition of this guide to the applications possible with MATLAB has been updated to use the newest edition of MATLAB and features added chapters on OFDM, multiple antenna systems, and digital transmission on fading channels, added sections on DPCM, ADPCM, DM, turbo codes and decoding, and LDPC codes and decoding.
of California at Davis) for graduate students in engineering and computer science as well as research and development engineers in industry and academia, this volume provides a single source introduction to channel coding, covering both classical codes and the newer codes that have been developed since the 1993 breakthrough discovery of turbo codes and the mid-1990s rediscovery of low-density parity-check codes (first discovered in 1961), with an emphasis on codes for binary-input channels, including the binary-input additive white-Gaussian-noise channel, the binary symmetric channel, and the binary erasure channel.
The generalization of the original turbo coding scheme to a multiple parallel concatenation of convolutional encoders is called a multiple turbo code (MTC) (Divsalar & Pollara, 1995).
The EBEM will be compliant with MIL-STD-188-165A, supporting a wide range of modulation capabilities, coding techniques, turbo codes and baseband data rates.
QUALCOMM Incorporated (NASDAQ:QCOM), a provider of Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) digital wireless technology, and France Telecom (NYSE:FTE), a communications carrier and research and development group, have entered into a fee- bearing patent license agreement under France Telecom's Turbo Code Licensing Program.
Among its recipients have been Qualcomm co-founder Irwin Mark Jacobs, Adobe founders Chuck Geschke and John Warnock, Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page, Ethernet inventor Robert Metcalfe, IP/TCP Protocol co-inventors Vint Cerf and Robert Kahn and turbo code discoverer Claude Berrou.
95 Hardcover TK5102 Written for engineers who work in mobile communications, this textbook describes contemporary coding techniques and applications such as multiplexing, channel models, MIMO systems, trellis coding modulation and multilevel turbo codes.