Android Question Modbus CRC16 calculation

FreeWolF

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Hello, I have to calculate the CRC16 of a MODBUS string. Unfortunately I have no idea how can I do that. I have found a code for Visual Basic, how I can convert it for Basic4Android?

B4X:
Public Function CRC(buf() As Byte, lbuf As Integer) As Integer
'-------------------------------------------------

' returns the MODBUS CRC of the lbuf first bytes of "buf" buffer (buf is a global array of bytes)
Dim CRC1 As Integer

CRC1 = &HFFFF ' init CRC
For i = 0 To lbuf - 1 Step 1 ' for each byte
CRC1 = CRC1 Xor buf(i)
For j = 0 To 7 Step 1 ' for each bit
k = CRC1 And 1 ' memo bit 0 state
CRC1 = ((CRC1 And &HFFFE) / 2) And H7FFF ' Shift right with 0 at left
If k > 0 Then CRC1 = CRC1 Xor &HA001 ' Bocuse
Next j
Next i
CRC = CRC1
End Function
And, there is an another solution for the calculation of the CRC16 modbus?

Thanks a lot!!!
 

FreeWolF

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And here is the algorithm in C, I think that is better....but I need to covert it to basic4android

B4X:
WORD CRC16 (const BYTE *nData, WORD wLength)
{
static const WORD wCRCTable[] = {
0X0000, 0XC0C1, 0XC181, 0X0140, 0XC301, 0X03C0, 0X0280, 0XC241,
0XC601, 0X06C0, 0X0780, 0XC741, 0X0500, 0XC5C1, 0XC481, 0X0440,
0XCC01, 0X0CC0, 0X0D80, 0XCD41, 0X0F00, 0XCFC1, 0XCE81, 0X0E40,
0X0A00, 0XCAC1, 0XCB81, 0X0B40, 0XC901, 0X09C0, 0X0880, 0XC841,
0XD801, 0X18C0, 0X1980, 0XD941, 0X1B00, 0XDBC1, 0XDA81, 0X1A40,
0X1E00, 0XDEC1, 0XDF81, 0X1F40, 0XDD01, 0X1DC0, 0X1C80, 0XDC41,
0X1400, 0XD4C1, 0XD581, 0X1540, 0XD701, 0X17C0, 0X1680, 0XD641,
0XD201, 0X12C0, 0X1380, 0XD341, 0X1100, 0XD1C1, 0XD081, 0X1040,
0XF001, 0X30C0, 0X3180, 0XF141, 0X3300, 0XF3C1, 0XF281, 0X3240,
0X3600, 0XF6C1, 0XF781, 0X3740, 0XF501, 0X35C0, 0X3480, 0XF441,
0X3C00, 0XFCC1, 0XFD81, 0X3D40, 0XFF01, 0X3FC0, 0X3E80, 0XFE41,
0XFA01, 0X3AC0, 0X3B80, 0XFB41, 0X3900, 0XF9C1, 0XF881, 0X3840,
0X2800, 0XE8C1, 0XE981, 0X2940, 0XEB01, 0X2BC0, 0X2A80, 0XEA41,
0XEE01, 0X2EC0, 0X2F80, 0XEF41, 0X2D00, 0XEDC1, 0XEC81, 0X2C40,
0XE401, 0X24C0, 0X2580, 0XE541, 0X2700, 0XE7C1, 0XE681, 0X2640,
0X2200, 0XE2C1, 0XE381, 0X2340, 0XE101, 0X21C0, 0X2080, 0XE041,
0XA001, 0X60C0, 0X6180, 0XA141, 0X6300, 0XA3C1, 0XA281, 0X6240,
0X6600, 0XA6C1, 0XA781, 0X6740, 0XA501, 0X65C0, 0X6480, 0XA441,
0X6C00, 0XACC1, 0XAD81, 0X6D40, 0XAF01, 0X6FC0, 0X6E80, 0XAE41,
0XAA01, 0X6AC0, 0X6B80, 0XAB41, 0X6900, 0XA9C1, 0XA881, 0X6840,
0X7800, 0XB8C1, 0XB981, 0X7940, 0XBB01, 0X7BC0, 0X7A80, 0XBA41,
0XBE01, 0X7EC0, 0X7F80, 0XBF41, 0X7D00, 0XBDC1, 0XBC81, 0X7C40,
0XB401, 0X74C0, 0X7580, 0XB541, 0X7700, 0XB7C1, 0XB681, 0X7640,
0X7200, 0XB2C1, 0XB381, 0X7340, 0XB101, 0X71C0, 0X7080, 0XB041,
0X5000, 0X90C1, 0X9181, 0X5140, 0X9301, 0X53C0, 0X5280, 0X9241,
0X9601, 0X56C0, 0X5780, 0X9741, 0X5500, 0X95C1, 0X9481, 0X5440,
0X9C01, 0X5CC0, 0X5D80, 0X9D41, 0X5F00, 0X9FC1, 0X9E81, 0X5E40,
0X5A00, 0X9AC1, 0X9B81, 0X5B40, 0X9901, 0X59C0, 0X5880, 0X9841,
0X8801, 0X48C0, 0X4980, 0X8941, 0X4B00, 0X8BC1, 0X8A81, 0X4A40,
0X4E00, 0X8EC1, 0X8F81, 0X4F40, 0X8D01, 0X4DC0, 0X4C80, 0X8C41,
0X4400, 0X84C1, 0X8581, 0X4540, 0X8701, 0X47C0, 0X4680, 0X8641,
0X8201, 0X42C0, 0X4380, 0X8341, 0X4100, 0X81C1, 0X8081, 0X4040 };

BYTE nTemp;
WORD wCRCWord = 0xFFFF;

  while (wLength--)
  {
  nTemp = *nData++ ^ wCRCWord;
  wCRCWord >>= 8;
  wCRCWord ^= wCRCTable[nTemp];
  }
  return wCRCWord;

}
 

FreeWolF

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For example, with that string:

11 01 00 03 00 0C

The CRC must be

CE9F (CE High, 9F Low)

And for that string:

11 01 02 CD 0B

The CRC must be:

6D 68


This is the table (Click on it to view the full example):

 

FreeWolF

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Thanks for the reply! But how I can implement that sub function in a program?

I have an edittext1 for write the string, a edittext2 for the CRC result and a button.
 

FreeWolF

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B4X:
Function CRC(DialString As String)
Dim G As Long, A As Long, AUX As Long
Dim ALow As Long, AHigh As Long, AL As Long, Carry As Integer
Dim i As Integer, j As Integer, cA As Long, cHex As String
'
A = 65535
G = 40961
i = 0
Do While i < Len(DialString$)
j = 0
ALow = Int(A / 256)
ALow = ALow * 256
ALow = A - ALow
AHigh = Int(A / 256) * 256
cA = Asc(Mid$(DialString, i + 1, 1))
AL = Int(cA Xor ALow)
AUX = Int(AHigh + AL)
A = AUX
Do While j < 8
j = j + 1
AUX = A
A = Int(A / 2)
Carry = AUX Mod 2
If Carry = 1 Then
A = Int(G Xor A)
End If
Loop
i = i + 1
Loop
ALow = A - Int(A / 256) * 256
AHigh = Int(A / 256)
CRC = Chr(ALow) + Chr(AHigh)
End Function
How can I convert that code from VB to B4A ?
 

LucaMs

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you can simply replace the functions that do not match between VBnet and B4A, such as mid$ with SubString2
 

LucaMs

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Try so (i'm not sure!!!)
B4X:
Sub CRC(DialString As String) As String
    Dim Res As String

    Dim G As Long, A As Long, AUX As Long
    Dim ALow As Long, AHigh As Long, AL As Long
    Dim Carry As Int
    Dim i, J As Int
    Dim cA As Long

    A = 65535
    G = 40961
    i = 0
    Do While i < DialString.Length
        J = 0
        ALow = A / 256
        ALow = ALow * 256
        ALow = A - ALow
        AHigh = (A / 256) * 256
        'cA =  Asc(Mid$(DialString, i + 1, 1))
        cA = DialString.SubString2(i, i + 1)
        AL = Bit.Xor(cA, ALow)
        AUX = AHigh + AL
        A = AUX
        Do While J < 8
            J = J + 1
            AUX = A
            A = A / 2
            Carry = AUX Mod 2
            If Carry = 1 Then
                A = Bit.Xor(G, A)
            End If
        Loop
        i = i + 1
    Loop
    ALow = A - (A / 256) * 256
    AHigh = A / 256
    Res = Chr(ALow) & Chr(AHigh)
   
    Return Res
End Sub
 

taktrashe

New Member
i have new sun function for CRC16 in B4A , i test it and it work great .
hope you try it and send me feedback .

B4X:
Sub CRC(buf() As Byte, lbuf As Short) As Short
   Dim CRC1 As Short
   CRC1 = 0xffff
   For i = 0 To lbuf - 1
    CRC1 = Bit.Xor(CRC1,Bit.And( buf(i),0xff))
     For j = 0 To 7
     If Bit.And(CRC1, 1) > 0 Then
         CRC1 =Bit.And( Bit.ShiftRight(CRC1,1),0x7fff)
        CRC1=Bit.Xor(CRC1, 0xa001)
        Else
         CRC1 =Bit.And( Bit.ShiftRight(CRC1,1),0x7fff)
    End If
    Next    'j
Next        'i
Return CRC1
End Sub
 
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ta1dr

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I tried BAJ and it is work..
010107DE000A----> CRC 17373 43DD hex

thanks for share
 

ahmadalibeck

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Mr. taktrashe,

I really thank you, your code was very helpful.

When I used COM Port Monitor, I wondered why extra bytes are sent !! But soon later, I discovered that it was the PLC responding :)

It was a very nice moment.
 

ta1dr

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also I tried this code it is is work too..you can send hex number in string and return value hex sting

my modbus data : 010107DE000A ----> crc DD43 ( expand modbus why different I dont know) but I want to this resuld..)

http://www.simplymodbus.ca/ try demo version..for check

B4X:
Sub Modbus_CRC(strInput As String) As String
    Dim RetCRC As String
    Dim RetStr As String

    Dim CRCREG As Int
    Dim MVAL As Int

    Dim R As Short
    Dim I As Short
    Dim A As Int
    Dim B As Int

    CRCREG = 0xFFFF

    For R = 0 To strInput.Length - 1 Step 2
        RetStr = strInput.SubString2(R, R + 2)
        MVAL = Bit.ParseInt(RetStr, 16)
    
        CRCREG = Bit.Xor(CRCREG, MVAL)
        CRCREG = Bit.And(CRCREG, 0xFFFF)

        For I = 1 To 8 Step 1
            If Bit.And(CRCREG, 0x01) = 1 Then
                CRCREG = Bit.Xor(Bit.UnsignedShiftRight(CRCREG, 1), 0xA001)
                CRCREG = Bit.And(CRCREG, 0xFFFF)
            Else
                CRCREG = Bit.UnsignedShiftRight(CRCREG, 1)
                CRCREG = Bit.And(CRCREG, 0xFFFF)
            End If
        Next
    Next

    A = Bit.And(CRCREG, 0xFF)
    B = Bit.And(CRCREG, 0xFF00)
    A = A * 256
    B = B / 256

    If (A + B) < 16 Then
        RetCRC = "000" & (A + B)
    Else If (A + B) < 256 Then
        RetCRC = "00" & Bit.ToHexString(A + B)
    Else If (A + B) < 4096 Then
        RetCRC = "0" & Bit.ToHexString(A + B)
    Else
        RetCRC = Bit.ToHexString(A + B)
    End If

    Return RetCRC.ToUpperCase
End Sub
 
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