17 September 2002 Design and implementation of Reed-Solomon codes on FPGA for the multi-wavelength optical storage system
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As the error probability is inherently high in the high-density optical storage system, it is very important to encode the data to ensure the data integrality before recording them on the disc. As the performance of the Reed-Solomon (RS) code is perfect for the applications where burst errors and random errors exist together, RS code is adopted as the error control scheme in our design of the multi-wavelength optical storage system. Since field programmable gate array (FPGA) is reconfigurable, the FPGA-based encoding circuit in the multi-wavelength optical storage system provides a flexible and cost efficient platform for the evaluation and verification of various error control schemes. The design and implementation of RS codes on FPGA are presented in this paper. The experiment result shows that it is practical to be used in the multi-wavelength optical storage system.
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Ning He, Ning He, Jian-ping Xiong, Jian-ping Xiong, Hexiong Li, Hexiong Li, Huibo Jia, Huibo Jia, Changlong Jiang, Changlong Jiang, "Design and implementation of Reed-Solomon codes on FPGA for the multi-wavelength optical storage system", Proc. SPIE 4930, Advanced Optical Storage Technology, (17 September 2002); doi: 10.1117/12.483338; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.483338
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