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Title: Cyclotomic optical orthogonal codes of composite lengths
Authors: Xing, Chaoping
Ding, Cunsheng
Keywords: Broadband networks
Code division multiple access
Cyclic codes
Error correction
Error detection
Optical communication
Telecommunication channels
Issue Date: 2001
Citation: IEEE transactions on communications, v. 52, no. 2, Feb. 2004, p. 263-268
Abstract: Optical orthogonal codes (OOCs) have applications in optical code-division multiple-access communications systems and other wideband code-division multiple environments. They can also be used to construct protocol sequences for multiuser collision channel without feedback, and constant-weight codes for error detection and correction. We have given a cyclotomic construction of several classes of (2m-1,w,2) OOCs recently. The purpose of this paper is to present five classes of (q-1,w,2) OOCs, and thus five classes of binary constant-weight cyclic codes, where q is a power of an odd prime.
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