Reed-Solomon decoding (Getting all the bits instead of just the message)
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Das Siddharth on 11 Jun 2021
m = 3;
n = 7;
k = 3;
message = [0 1 1];
msg = gf(message,3);
code = rsenc(msg,n,k);
errors = gf([0 1 1 0 0 0 0],m);
noisy = code + errors.x;
[rxcode , cnum] = rsdec(noisy,n,k);
In this small example I have showed what I am doing. At the end I get an answer which is the message that I sent (which is absolutely fine). Is there anyway I can get the corrected message as 7 bit (meaning the message and the parity bits) in this case with the flipped bits corrected instead of just "[0 1 1]" as the answer ?
Aghamarsh Varanasi on 14 Jun 2021
You can get the corrected code in the format of the input to the function rsdec by using the third output argumet of the function.
[rxcode , cnum, ccode] = rsdec(noisy,n,k);
The variable 'ccode' contains the data in the 7-bit format, the message and the parity bits.
For more information you can refer to the documentation page of rsdec function.