High Speed Reed Solomon Decoder (31, 19, 6)
- Hard-decision decoding scheme
- Codeword length (n) : 31 symbols
- Message length (k) : 19 symbols
- Error correction capability (t) : 6 symbols
- One symbol represents 5 bit
- Uses GF(2^5) with primitive polynomial p(x) = X^5 + X^2 + 1
- Generator polynomial, g(x) = a^15 + a^21*X + a^6*X^2 + a^15*X^3 + a^25*X^4 + a^17*X^5 + a^18*X^6 + a^30*X^7 + a^20*X^8 + a^23*X^9 + a^27*X^10 + a^24*X^11 + X^12. Note: a = alpha, primitive element in GF(2^5) and a^i is root of g(x) for i = 19, 20, ..., 30
- Uses Verilog description with synthesizable RTL modelling
- Consists of 5 main blocks: SC (Syndrome Computation), KES (Key Equation Solver), CSEE (Chien Search and Error Evaluator), Controller and FIFO Register
- High speed decoding algorithm.
- Can output corrected received word while input new received word.
- Synchronous timing.
- dataoutstart (start of output data block) and dataoutend (end of output data block) signal to synchronize to other core outside the decoder.
- Have decoding failure flag if error is uncorrectable.
- design has been simulated successfully
- uploaded v1.0
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