Signal Processing and Coding for Data Storage
Dr. Erozan Kurtas, Seagate, USA, Erozan.M.Kurtas@seagate.com
Dr. Nedeljko Varnica, Marvell, CA, USA, nvarnica@m arvell.com
Original paper contributions in the area of Signal Processing and Coding for Data Storage can be submitted to this Symposium within Globecom 2006.
Technical Areas of SPS-TC Interest
- Channel characterization, including modeling of media noise and nonlinearity.
- Detection methods, including sequence detection, partial response and decision feedback.
- Modulation and run-length limited codes.
- Error-correcting codes, trellis coding and turbo codes.
- Combined equalization and coding.
- Equalization and filtering, including nonlinear techniques.
- Write precompensation and write equalization.
- Circuit designs for read/write channel electronics and coding / detection algorithms.
- Timing and gain recovery.
- Signal processing or coding for servoing.
- Coding bounds, density, and channel capacity.
- Data compression for digital storage, including audio and video.
- AC-bias or FM linearization techniques.
- Multiple-head systems.
- Signal processing for optical storage systems: holographic, near-field, multi-level, phase change, MO, DVD, CD.
- Cost versus performance issues surrounding design of signal processing systems for storage
- Coding techniques for disk arrays.
- Special issues surrounding signal processing and coding for removable storage devices.