My thesis will demonstrate that Rate Adaptive Runlength Limited encoding (RA-RLL) achieves high data rates with acceptable error rate over a wide range of signal distortion/attenuation, and background noise. RA-RLL has performance superior to other infrared modulation schemes in terms of bandwidth efficiency, duty cycle control, and synchronization frequency. Rate adaptive techniques allow for quick convergence of RA-RLL parameters to acceptable values. RA-RLL may be feasibly implemented on systems with non-ideal timing and digital synchronization.
College and Department
Physical and Mathematical Sciences; Computer Science
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Funk, James Cyril, "Rate-Adaptive Runlength Limited Encoding for High-Speed Infrared Communication" (2005). All Theses and Dissertations. 780.
infrared communication, rate adaptivity, runlength limited encoding, enumerative encoding, diffuse infrared channel, error performance, bandwidth efficiency, duty cycle control, timing recovery