## What is cyclic code syndrome?

Because a cyclic code is a linear code, it is decoded by making use of the syndrome. The syndrome polynomial is used for decoding cyclic codes instead of the syndrome vector. Bose, Chaudhuri and Hocquenghem (BCH) codes are one of the most important error-correcting codes.

**How is cyclic code determined?**

Definition (Cyclic Code) A binary code is cyclic if it is a linear [n, k] code and if for every codeword (c1,c2,…,cn) ∈ C we also have that (cn,c1,…,cn-1) is again a codeword in C. Remark: The shift (c1,c2,…,cn) −→ (cn,c1,…,cn-1) is called a right cyclic shift.

**Why Gray code is cyclic code?**

The reflected binary code or Gray code is an ordering of the binary numeral system such that two successive values differ in only one bit (binary digit). This cyclic variable code that means every transition from one value to the next value involves only one bit change.

### What is the key difference between cyclic codes and convolution codes?

Convolutional codes : In this, code Word depends on k-bit message block and also on ‘m’ previous message blocks. Cyclic code : cyclic code are special linear blocks code with one extra property. In a cyclic code, if a code word is cyclically shifted, the result is another code word. Hope it helps you!!!

**How many errors can a cyclic code detect?**

Hence if the two pair of nonlinear equations can be solved cyclic codes can used to correct two errors.

**How do you detect burst errors?**

In order to detect burst errors of length “t” a code word is generated by appending “t” parity bits at the end (or beginning) of the message. The parity bits will be generated by doing an XOR of all of the bits separated by t bits. At the receiving end t equations are used to check the parity of the received codeword.

## Is Gray weighted code?

Gray Code. It is the non-weighted code and it is not arithmetic codes. That means there are no specific weights assigned to the bit position. It has a very special feature that, only one bit will change each time the decimal number is incremented as shown in fig.

**Why convolutional codes are preferred over block codes?**

Interview Answers. In block codes, information bits are followed by parity bits. Block codes are memoryless whereas Convolution codes have memory. Convolution codes use small codewords in comparison to block codes, both achieving the same quality.

**What is cyclic code in digital electronics?**

In coding theory, a cyclic code is a block code, where the circular shifts of each codeword gives another word that belongs to the code. They are error-correcting codes that have algebraic properties that are convenient for efficient error detection and correction.

### Which can detect two bit errors?

CRC

9. Which can detect two bit errors? Explanation: CRC is more powerful and it can detect various kind of errors like 2 bit errors.