Suppose we want to transmit the message 11100011 and protect it from errors using the crc polynomial x^3 +1.
a) use polynomial long division to determine the message that should be transmitted.
b) suppose the leftmost bit of the message is inverted due to noise on the transmission link. what is the result of the receiver's crc calculation? how does the receiver know that an error has occured?
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the answer to your question would be something called hertz. the unit of measurement called a hertz, which is one cycle per second, is used to measure clock speed. within one cycle, your computer processes, refreshes, or updates itself to the changes that it is going through. in the case of computer clock speed, one hertz equals one tick per second. the clock speed of computers is usually measured in megahertz (mhz) or gigahertz (ghz)