Q51 A computer network uses polynomial over GF2 for error checking with 8 bits as information bits and uses x3 x 1 as the generator polynomial to generate the check bits In this network the message 01011011 is transmitted as gate computer science 2017
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Q.51) A computer network uses polynomial over GF(2) for error checking with 8 bits as information bits and uses x3 + x + 1 as the generator polynomial to generate the check bits. In this network, the message 01011011 is transmitted as -gate computer science 2017

A) 01011011010
B) 01011011011
C) 01011011101
D) 01011011100


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C) 01011011101

We add (n-1) 0's to the LSB of dividend(message) and divided by given GF g20172_51 The remainder will be CRC, it will be added to the LSB of the original message, that should be transmitted to the receiver. That is: 01011011101. 

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