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— In synchronous timing recovery approaches often employed in magnetic recording readback channels, the timing error detector (TED) output is assumed to be linearly related to the underlying phase offset. However, the noisy readback signal samples in high-density magnetic recording systems are nonlinearly related to the underlying timing disturbances. Thus,(More)
— In space, radiation particles can introduce temporary or permanent errors in memory systems. To protect against potential memory faults, either thick shielding or error correcting codes (ECC) are used. Thick shielding translates into increased mass and conventional ECCs designed for memories are typically capable of only correcting a single error and(More)
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