【TechNotes】Troubleshooting CRC Error Packets on an Interface

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In data communication, the receive end needs to detect whether any error occurs during data transmission. Common technologies for the error detection include parity check, checksum, and cyclic redundancy check (CRC). The transmit end calculates the verification code based on a certain algorithm and sends the verification code and message to the receive end. The receive end obtains the verification code from the received message based on the same algorithm and compares the verification code with the received verification code to determine whether the received message is correct.

 

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