Acta of Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent


The article presents a technique with a specific example of the rule for building [7, 4] Hamming code, correcting one error in the transmitted information combination. The purpose of the study is to increase the reliability of information transfer. The research methodology is based on the determination of a check digit using a programmable logic integrated circuit. As a result, the check bits are restored by information bits at characteristic points of the programmable logic integrated circuit. Recommendations are given on the practical use of check bits of the Hamming codes on the new element base based on programmable logic integrated circuits.

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