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Pablo Ituero et al. 113 Turbo codes are extensively used in current communications standards and have a promising outlook for future generations. The advantages of software defined radio, especially dynamic reconfiguration, make it very attractive in this multi-standard scenario. However, the complex and power consuming implementation of the maximum a posteriori (MAP) algorithm, employed by turbo decoders, sets hurdles to this goal. This work introduces an ASIP architecture for the MAPdoi:10.4218/etrij.08.0107.0076 fatcat:yelt2yyya5f7tkuat5rg6jicem