There are more advanced means than simple error correction to help remove bit errors in NAND flash and those will be the subject of this post. The general term for this approach is “DSP” although it seems to have very little to do with the kind of DSP algorithm used to perform filtering or build modem chips.
While ECC corrects errors without knowing how they got there, DSP helps to correct any of the more predictable errors that are caused by internal error mechanisms that are inherent to the design of the chip. A prime example of such an error would be adjacent cell disturb.
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