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The CC1100, CC1100E, CC1101, CC1110Fx, CC1111Fx, CC1150, CC2500, CC2510Fx, CC2511Fx, and CC2550 all implement FEC encoding and decoding in HW. The purpose of this design note is to describe how one can implement the same FEC decoding in SW. This is in particular very important for the CC430Fx device, which has the same radio as the CC1101 and CC1110/11Fx but without HW FEC included. This design note is not meant as a tutorial on FEC and it will not cover the FEC encoding, as it is described in DN504.
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