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Morris Mano Edition 3 Exercise 7 Question 42 (Page No. 306)
It is necessary to formulate the hamming code for four data bits $D _3, D _5, D _6 and D _7$ together with three parity bits $P _1, P _2 and P _3$. evaluate the 7bit composite code word for the data word 0010. Evaluate ... error detection in the code. Assume that error occurs in the bit $D _5 and P _2$. Show how the error is detected.
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Morris Mano Edition 3 Exercise 7 Question 41 (Page No. 306)
How many parity check bits must be included with the data word to achieve singlebit error correction and double error correction when data words are as follows: 16 bits 32 bits 48 bits
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Morris Mano Edition 3 Exercise 7 Question 40 (Page No. 306)
A 12bit hamming code word 8bits of data and 4 parity bits are read from the memory. What was the original 8bit data word that was written into the memory if the 12bits word read out are as follows: 000011101010 101110000110 101111110100
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Morris Mano Edition 3 Exercise 7 Question 38 (Page No. 305)
Given the 8bit data word 01011011, generate the 13bit composite word for the Hamming code that corrects the single bit error and detects double bit errors.
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Andrew S. Tanenbaum Edition 5th Exercise 4 Question 27 (Page No. 353)
Give two reasons why networks might use an errorcorrecting code instead of error detection and retransmission.
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Parity Check Self Doubt
How many bits can a 2dimensional parity detect and correct? Is there any general formula for no of bit detection and correction for Ndimensional parity?
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#CN Which protocols provide error correction in data?
TCP UDP IGMP ICMP I think ICMP can’t correct the error in data and rest three protocols can correct data errors!
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Error detecting and error correcting codes
The IP protocol implements Internet checksum over just the IP header. As the packet passes through the routers, one field called Time To Live (TTL) (8bits long) in the IP header is decremented at each router. So, each router needs ... in the header. Is there a way to update the checksum without having to recalculate the checksum over the entire header?
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UGCNETJuly2018II49
To guarantee correction of upto $t$ errors, the minimum Hamming distance $d_{min}$ in a block code must be ______ $t+1$ $t2$ $2t1$ $2t+1$
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Hamming Method
Minimum Number of bits required to correct single bit error.
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tannenbaum
Can someone plz explain this highlighted text ? I took it from Tannenbaum. thank you :)
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Testbook
Assume x, y and z are n bit binary numbers then which of the following inequalities hold about Hamming Distance between them? A. HD(x,y)+HD(y,z)>=HD(x,z) B. HD(x,y)+HD(y,z)<=HD(x,z) C. HD(x,y)  HD(y,z)>=HD(x,z) D. None of the above
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Tanenbaum Datalink layer Question, Hamming Code
A 12bit Hamming code whose hexadecimal value is 0xE4F arrives at a receiver. What was the original value in hexadecimal? Assume that not more than 1 bit is in error.
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UGCNETDec2011II12
Start and stop bits are used in serial communications for Error detection Error correction Synchronization Slowing down the communication
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UGCNETSep2013III56
If the data unit is 111111 and the divisor is 1010. In CRC method, what is the dividend at the transmission before division? 1111110000 1111111010 111111000 111111
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ISRO201148
The hamming distance between the octets of 0xAA and 0x55 is 7 5 8 6
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Peterson Davie 2.21b
With $1$ parity bit we can detect all $1$bit errors. Show that at least one generalization fails, as follows: (b) Find an $N$ (not necessarily minimal) such that no $32$bit error detection code applied to $N$bit blocks can detect all errors altering up to $8$ bits.
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Peterson Davie 2.21a
With $1$ parity bit we can detect all 1bit errors. Show that at least one generalization fails, as follows: (a) Show that if messages $m$ are $8$ bits long, then there is no error detection code $e = e(m)$ of size $2$ bits that can detect all $2$bit errors. ... $2$bit error, and show that some pair of messages $m_{1}$ and $m_{2}$ in $M$ must have the same error code $e$.
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Peterson Davie 2.13
Show that twodimensional parity provides the receiver enough information to correct any $1$bit error (assuming the receiver knows only $1$ bit is bad), but not any $2$bit error.
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