Redundancy

In data communications redundancy is the excess of transmitted information over that required to convey the essential information in a noise free circuit. Redundancy is introduced intentionally in some systems, as in the case of error detection or correction codes. Surplus capability is usually provided to improve the reliability and quality of service.

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