Forward error correction

(FEC) A class of methods for controling errors in a one-way communication system. FEC sends extra information along with the data, which can be used by the receiver to check and correct the data.
A CPU writing data to RAM is a kind of one-way communication – see error correcting memory and error checking and correction.


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