Fire-Codes sind eine Klasse von binären, zyklischen Codes, die speziell zur Korrektur von Blockfehlern geeignet sind. Sie sind benannt nach ihrem Entwickler P. Fire welcher diese Codeklasse 1959 vorstellte [1].

Zur Konstruktion des Codes werden bestimmte Anforderungen an das Generatorpolynom gestellt um in Folge eine bestimmte Anzahl von aufeinanderfolgenden Bitfehlern korrigieren zu können. Fire-Codes finden unter anderem im Mobilfunkbereich Anwendung.


  1. P. Fire: A Class of Multiple-Error-Correcting Binary Codes for Non-Independend Errors, Sylvania Report RSL-E-2, Firmenschrift Sylvania Electronic Defense Laboratory. Mountain View, Kalifornien, März 1959


  • Todd K. Moon: Error Correction Coding. Mathematical Methods and Algorithms. Wiley-Interscience, Hoboken NJ 2005, ISBN 0-471-64800-0, S. 433–437.
  • Shu Lin, Daniel J. Costello: Error Control Coding. Fundamentals and applications. 2. Auflage. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River NJ 2004, ISBN 0-13-042672-5.

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