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FPGA-implemented CRC algorithm

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5 Author(s)
Constantin Anton ; University of Pitesti, Tg. din Vale Street, No.1, Romania ; Laurentiu Ionescu ; Ion Tutanescu ; Alin Mazare
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Generally speaking, cyclic redundancy checks (CRCs) are used to detect errors from noise in digital data transmission. The technique is also sometimes applied to data storage devices, such as a disk drive. They also have been turned to verify the integrity of files in a system in order to prevent tampering and suggested as a possible algorithm for manipulation detection codes.

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Applied Electronics, 2009. AE 2009

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9-10 Sept. 2009