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Processors and memory

  1. Apr 19, 2015 #1
    Hey Guys, I can't rap my head around these questions. I'm not to sure how to begin them. Any insight would help.


    1) Convert the 7-bit binary code 011 1101 into a suitable Hamming code that can detect and correct a single bit error. Use EVEN parity. Write your final answer as a 3-digit hexadecimal.


    2) When using Hamming code with EVEN parity for 7-bit ASCII characters, the following symbol is retrieved:
    01100110101

    Assuming a 1-bit error, what was the original stored symbol? Write down your answer as a 7-bit binary, with no spaces.
     
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  3. Apr 19, 2015 #2

    Orodruin

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    Please show us what you have attempted. This is mandatory in the PF homework forums.
     
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