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lammert Site Admin
Joined: 13 Mar 2007 Posts: 145 Location: Netherlands and Kazakhstan

Dec 01, 2009 12:09 am 


I have rewritten the CRC calculation page at www.lammertbies.nl/comm/info/crccalculation.html. Response should be faster because only the table with CRC values is reloaded with each calculation. If you encounter any problems, please post it in this thread and I will try to solve it. 

thedoc New User
Joined: 19 Feb 2010 Posts: 3

Feb 19, 2010 11:57 pm 


I have made great use of your code, many thanks.
I now have a problem, a fixed length block of binary data which has the CRC32 value inside instead of at the end. I have the parameters, the block checks out correctly, but if I make a change the CRC correction must be applied at a fixed location inside the block.
The block is 913 bytes in length, and the 4 byte crc is located at bytes 81 to 84.
Many thanks 

mrevalla New User
Joined: 16 Feb 2010 Posts: 3

Feb 20, 2010 3:53 pm 


Hi,
In this calculation, I entered string "01 06 1C 2C 00 01" and choose input type "Hex". The output for CRC XModem is 0x3F36 (hex).
But I could not get the algorithm for this. Can you suggest me how its works. I tried with different alogorithms. But I could not get the result.
Thanks in advance. 

Guest Guest

Mar 23, 2010 5:20 pm 


Hello,
I used your online crc calculator and it exactly generates the CRCCCITT (XModem)..eg  I'm getting 7B90 as crc for hex 004D00 . I need to know how this is generated.
Please someone help me. 

Marko Guest

May 08, 2010 9:45 pm 


Could some one help me
i'm tring to compile CRCCCITT (0x0000) for pic16f876
idont have enough ram to make the table
how can i genrate my code
ie 28 00 fe result is 21b6 correct 

we7u Guest

Aug 29, 2010 7:11 am 


I plug in values to your modbus calculator and it gives values different from another online site and from algorithms I've tried locally. Can you check the modbus algorithm for proper operation against known standards? 16 bits, polynomial 0xa001, initial 0xffff should give 0x771c for "Hello World" but yours gives 0xdaed.
The CRC16 and CRCCCITT numbers I get on your site match up fine for me. Thanks for making the site available! 

we7u Guest

Aug 30, 2010 2:05 am 


Replying to my own post... Looks like _you_ got it right and some of the others got it wrong. Sorry about that!
Mostly it has to do with use of signed variables in languages other than C, where you need to AND with 0x07FFF right after the right shift (or divide by 2) operation in order to knock off that bit 15. With C you don't have to do that 'cuz you can use unsigned variables so that two's complement arithmetic doesn't get in your way. 

IPS Guest

Mar 21, 2011 6:57 pm 


Hi,
Is there anyway to get the calculator to expand the number of hex input digits? I have an algorithm in VHDL to calculate a CRC32 using byte inputs (hex, not string inputs). I also wrote an excel vba macro to read in hex data and calculate the CRC32. I have successfully verified my excel algoithm against your online calculator up to the input character limitation on your calculator. Now I need an independent source to verify my two algorithms. My largest file is 16384 bytes. Do you know of a calculator somewhere that can process a large number of hex data in CRC32? Thanks 

Guest

Apr 23, 2012 1:21 pm 


Pleas help me
I want to illustrate a Hamming coding in two dimension array 
