I am communicating with an EEPROM chip with micro controller. I am writing certain data in to specific addresses in EEPROM and needs to check the data occasionally. But I have no idea other than reading back from the written address of the EEPROM to check whether the data is corrupted.
I have heard of CRC routines and Xor Routines.What are the common practices for checking the corrupted data.It would be helpful for my design. I'm posting the method i know:
step1: Write data in to EEPROM and store that in a variable. step2. Read the data back and check with the stored variable.
I trust there must be standard procedures to check whether
the data in EEPROM is corrupted or not.
It would helpful if you help me to suggest me the way forward.