Re: Manchester encoding



On 19 May 2006 08:56:23 -0700, "BobG" <bobgardner@xxxxxxx> wrote:


Good catch. Have an opinion on error cirrection for an rf link?

A great deal depends on the consequences of missing a packet and of
getting an incorrect packet.

If the costs of a missed packet are high then you should look into
forward error correction algorithms.

If you can afford to miss a packet (or are able to request a
retransmission) but the cost of incorrectly decoding a packet then
look into CRC algorithms.

Wikipedia is a good place to start.

--
Rich Webb Norfolk, VA
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