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/* Fast Reed-Solomon encoder for (255,223) CCSDS code on PowerPC G4/G5 using Altivec instructions
* Copyright 2004, Phil Karn KA9Q
* May be used under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include "fixed.h"
/* Lookup table for feedback multiplications
* These are the low half of the coefficients. Since the generator polynomial is
* palindromic, we form it by reversing these on the fly
static union { vector unsigned char v; unsigned char c[16]; } table[256];
static vector unsigned char reverse = (vector unsigned char)(0,15,14,13,12,11,10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1);
static vector unsigned char shift_right = (vector unsigned char)(15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30);
extern data_t CCSDS_alpha_to[];
extern data_t CCSDS_index_of[];
extern data_t CCSDS_poly[];
void rs_init_av(){
int i,j;
/* The PowerPC is big-endian, so the low-order byte of each vector contains the highest order term in the polynomial */
table[0].c[j] = 0;
table[i].c[16-j-1] = CCSDS_alpha_to[MODNN(CCSDS_poly[j+1] + CCSDS_index_of[i])];
#if 0
printf("table[%3d] = %3vu\n",i,table[i].v);
void encode_rs_av(unsigned char *data,unsigned char *parity,int pad){
union { vector unsigned char v[2]; unsigned char c[32]; } shift_register;
int i;
shift_register.v[0] = (vector unsigned char)(0);
shift_register.v[1] = (vector unsigned char)(0);
vector unsigned char feedback0,feedback1;
unsigned char f;
f = data[i] ^ shift_register.c[31];
feedback1 = table[f].v;
feedback0 = vec_perm(feedback1,feedback1,reverse);
/* Shift right one byte */
shift_register.v[1] = vec_perm(shift_register.v[0],shift_register.v[1],shift_right) ^ feedback1;
shift_register.v[0] = vec_sro(shift_register.v[0],(vector unsigned char)(8)) ^ feedback0;
shift_register.c[0] = f;
parity[NROOTS-i-1] = shift_register.c[i];