Bit Stuffing Sender Receiver

In a bit-oriented protocol, the data to send is a series of bits. In order to distinguish frames, most protocols use a bit pattern of 8-bit length (01111110) as flag at the beginning and end of each frame. Here also cause the problem of appearance of flag in the data part to deal with this an extra bit added. This method is called bit stuffing. In bit stuffing, if a 0 and five successive 1 bits are encountered, an extra 0 is added. The receiver node removes the extra-added zero.
Simply, Bit stuffing is the process of adding one extra 0 whenever five consecutive 1s follow a 0 in the data. Byte stuffing is the method of adding 1 extra byte if there is a flag or escape character in the text.


Framing Technique Bit Stuffing Demonstration

Bit Stuffing Sender Receiver Example