Joint Source/Channel Coding: a position paper for the NSF Workshop on source/channel coding

Shannon's source/channel coding theorem states that a source can be communicated with distortion D(R) over a channel with capacity C whenever R is less than C (where both are expressed in information bits per second). Furthermore, this can be achieved using a block code separated into a source code producing R1>R information bits per second and a block channel code consuming R1

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