There are references to "bit-stuffing" in the [IALA] clarifications describing certain payload fields. [C2] reveals the following in : "The bitstream is subject to bit stuffing. This means that if more than 5 consecutive 1s are found in the output bit stream, a zero is inserted. This applies to all bits except the databits of HDLC flags." [IALA] clarifies as follows: "On the transmitting side, this means that if five (5) consecutive ones (1s) are found in the output bit stream, a zero should be inserted after the five (5) consecutive ones (1s). This applies to all bits between the HDLC flags […] On the receiving side, the first zero after five (5) consecutive ones (1s) should be removed."
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