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Recovering a Code's Length and Synchronisation from a Noisy Intercepted Bitstream

Abstract : We focus on the problem of recovering the length and synchronization of a linear block code from an intercepted bitstream. We place ourselves in an operational context where the intercepted bitstream contains a realistic noise level. We present two algorithms, both useful in different contexts, able to verify if a given length/synchronization is correct. Using them, we were able to practically recover the synchronization of several codes.
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Mathieu Cluzeau, Matthieu Finiasz. Recovering a Code's Length and Synchronisation from a Noisy Intercepted Bitstream. 2008. ⟨inria-00261473⟩

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