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Tremendous amount of research has been conducted in modern coding theory in the past few years and much of the work has been done in developing new coding techniques. Low density parity check (LDPC) codes are class of linear block error correcting codes which provide capacity performance on a large collection of data transmission and storage channels while Root LDPC codes in this thesis work are admitting implementable decoders with manageable complexity. Furthermore, work has been conducted to develop graphical methods to represent LDPC codes. This thesis implement one of the LDPC kind “Root LDPC code” using iterative method and calculate its threshold level for binary and non-binary Root LDPC code. This threshold value can serve as a starting point for further study on this topic. We use C++ as tool to simulate the code structure and parameters. The results show that non-binary Root LDPC code provides higher threshold value as compare to binary Root LDPC code.
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