Development of a Fail-Safe Data Transmission System for use in Life-Critical Applications
It is essential that safe data transmission between systems in a distributed life-critical application occurs in a safe manner. To date this transmission has occurred in a parallel form, however rising material and labour costs have made this method of safe data transmission expensive. In this paper a development of Fail-Safe Data Transmission System (FSDTS), which can be used in these distributed applications, is presented.
KeywordsError Control Convolutional Code Burst Noise IEEE Trans Inform Theory Burst Error
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