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No, sorry for the confusion. Only verification is done runtime. The CRC is actually only calculated when building the image.
By the way, those are a nice set of articles. You should consider bundeling them into a book or something!
Hi Rosa,Thanks for the pointers. Nice article.Cheers,Vincent
Hi Jason,Thanks! So from your code example I see what I did wrong. I thought I could set the CRC to 0 first, but it really needs to be appended. Going to modify...
Hi Solderdot, Unfortunately my German is a bit rusty. But this seems to confirm that it is possible. Just wondering what I'm doing wrong then. As a test I created...
Hi CustomSarge,I can include the custom CRC in the ROM image. First I set the symbol to 0, create binary, calc CRC on binary, then set symbol to resulting crc and...
I'm inserting a 32 bit CRC into a ROM image in using the following method: First I link using a custom linker script, setting a custom CRC32 symbol to 0. Over the...

Re: Bit error rate (bit off topic)

Reply posted 3 years ago (03/06/2018)
How do you write math code in here? Anyway, you're right. I assumed to the log was actually the natural log, but it wasn't. Anyway, is $ a = ln(1-C)/N $ ?  (trying...

Re: Bit error rate (bit off topic)

Reply posted 3 years ago (03/05/2018)
So, I looked at confidence interval, but if I enter the values into the specified formula, I end up with nothing. This is because I never encountered a bit-flip....

Re: Bit error rate (bit off topic)

Reply posted 3 years ago (03/02/2018)
Thanks Tim!You give me something to read.  Gee, is my statistics rusty!Regards,Vincent

Re: Bit error rate (bit off topic)

Reply posted 3 years ago (03/02/2018)
Thanks for all your replies. The test has ended, and I can not take any more data at this time. It was a slow radio communication channel. So the question is: can...

Bit error rate (bit off topic)

New thread started 3 years ago
Hi everyone,Sorry for this bit off-topic question, but maybe someone can help. I'm pretty sure the answer is simple, but I don't seem to be able to google the...

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