Selection of four good binary code words for use as addresses and a note on error correcting codes with references
Myers, Glen A.
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The criteria and procedure used to select good binary sequences is described, Both unipolar and bipolar logic are considered. Four good sequences, each having 20 bits, are identified for the choice of bipolar logic. The effects of errors in a sequence and random bits around a sequence are presented. A statement on error correcting codes and a list of chosen references is included.
NPS Report NumberNPS-62-80-010
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