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August 1995, Article 4

Coding in 100VG-AnyLAN

A 5B/6B coding scheme in which five data bits are encoded into six-bit codewords is used in conjunction with offsetting the data on different channels by three bits in quartet signaling. It provides the level of error detection necessary, produces a signal balanced within narrow limits, and restricts strings of consecutive 0s or 1s to a maximum length of 6. It is also efficient.

by Simon E.C. Crouch and Jonathan Jedwab

Article 4 - aug95a4.pdf

IEEE 802.3 and 802.5 Frame Formats - aug95a4a.pdf

Polynomial Arithmetic and Cyclic Redundancy Checks - aug95a4b.pdf

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