@inproceedings{5330d79efc3043cca1294ea030e42f44,

title = "On 90° rotationally invariant lattice codes",

abstract = "A key step in the design of a lattice code is the design of an n-dimensional constellation. Having selected a suitable lattice, the designer must choose a finite subset of points, perhaps with some translation or rotation, to define a set of codewords with the required properties. This paper outlines techniques for designing rotationally invariant codes using Leech and Sloane (1971) constructions A and B, presented in their paper. These lattices are either optimally dense or offer a good performance/complexity tradeoff in up to 32 dimensions. Their simplicity relative to other lattice constructions makes them worthy of considerations in higher dimensions.",

author = "Sheppard, {J. A.} and Burr, {A. G.}",

year = "1993",

language = "English",

isbn = "0780308786",

series = "Proceedings of the 1993 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory",

publisher = "Publ by IEEE",

pages = "284",

booktitle = "Proceedings of the 1993 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory",

note = "Proceedings of the 1993 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory ; Conference date: 17-01-1993 Through 22-01-1993",

}