CS601 Assignment 3 Solution and Discussion

Assignment No. 03
Semester: Fall 2019
CS601: Data Communication Total Marks: 15

Due Date: 17th January, 2020

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Objectives:

To enhance the learning capabilities of the students about:

  1. Error Detection Techniques
  2. Polynomials to Binary Conversion
  3. Binary Addition

Assignment

Question No. 1

Suppose a message consisting of following four-bit numbers is being sent to a destination. By writing all necessary calculation steps, you are required to calculate four-bit Checksum number, the sender will append with the original message:
9, 8,11, 15, 14

Solution:

Question No.2

Considering the Generator Polynomial (Divisor): X3+1, by writing all necessary calculations steps involved in Cyclic Redundancy Check, you are required to determine the codeword of the following data word:

10110

Solution:

Question No.3

Find the Polynomials equivalent of bits given in the following table:

Bits Polynomial
1010000
10001001

Solution:

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@zareen said in CS601 Assignment 3 Solution and Discussion:

Question No.2
Considering the Generator Polynomial (Divisor): X3+1, by writing all necessary calculations steps involved in Cyclic Redundancy Check, you are required to determine the codeword of the following data word:
10110

Solution idea!

@zareen said in CS601 Assignment 3 Solution and Discussion:

Question No. 1
Suppose a message consisting of following four-bit numbers is being sent to a destination. By writing all necessary calculation steps, you are required to calculate four-bit Checksum number, the sender will append with the original message:
9, 8,11, 15, 14

Solution Ideas: