stuff bits in sdio

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  1. sdio_vip

    sdio_vip Thread Starter New Member

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    Hi Friends,
    Any body familiar with SDIO protocol?. Can you please let me know what
    are the stuff bits in the Command packet in SDIO. Which are allocated in
    each of the command arguments..

    Thanks in Advance,
    ram
  2. Papabravo

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    In general "stuff bits" are used to limit the run length in a coding scheme. The rules looks like -- after so many 1's in a row insert(stuff) a 0. After so many 0's in a row insert(stuff) a 1. On the receiver side it is just a matter of counting consecutive 1's and zero's for the purpose of removing the "stuff bits".

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