TURBO ENCODER MODULE FOR IN VEHICLE SYSTEM
This article investigates the design and implementation of the Turbo encoder as an integrated module in the in-vehicle system (IVS) chip. The Turbo encoder module was created using a field-programmable gate array (FPGA). For the encoding strategy, both serial and parallel computations are investigated. The two design strategies are discussed and argued. It is shown that by creating a parallel calculation technique employing a carry increment adder, Both chip size and processing speed have been increased. Reduced area enhances the application of reasoning. Using Xilinx tools, the Turbo encoder module was designed, simulated, and synthesized. Xilinx's Vertex Low Power is employed. The Turbo encoder module and IVS chip are intended to form a single programmable device.