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I think: should read:
still wrong notation
The confusion between d and r is not fixed--still wrong in the first paragraph, at least if you're going to use the notation RM(d,r), where r is the order. The length should be d=2^n e.g. With these changes in the first paragraph, the rest of the page seems OK.
I think that it would be better to use the more common notation RM(r,m) instead of RM(d,r). The current notation leads to a confsion with the code distance. Moreover, RM(r,m) is more common in the literature (like in one of the most known books: S. Lin and D. J. Costello - Error Control Coding).
Templates: CCSDS is pretty obscure; where is "Error Correction Coding"?
It's amusing that the only template is the "Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems", which is useful for only a rather exclusive group. I'd love an "Error Correction Coding" template. Sanpitch (talk) 15:42, 24 August 2013 (UTC)