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On Dropout Compensation of PCM Systems-Computer Simulation Method and a New Error-Correcting Code (Cross Word Code)
Several methods are evaluated for error compensation of dropout on digital audio recorder by means of computer simulation. For a consumer use system, the effect of several interpolation methods is discussed. As for a professional use system, several error correcting methods used code theory are compared, i.e., Iwadare code, b-Adjacent code, Double writing method, CRC code, their combination, and newly developed Cross Word code.
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