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Nuts & Volts Magazine (July 2004)

Let’s Get Technical

By James Antonakos    View In Digital Edition  


In the case of a communication system, errors happen while information is being transmitted, while it is being delivered to its destination, or while it is being received. Perhaps a stray magnetic field sliced through a floppy disk and altered a few 0s and 1s. Maybe a lightning strike produced a spike in the power lines, which, in turn, caused a few cells in a RAM on a computer’s motherboard to change.

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