Manchester encoding

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by terrytapp, Oct 31, 2006.

  1. terrytapp

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    Manchester encoding<-------------------Can anyone shed a little light on this and how it works?? :confused:

    Thanks-a-bunch! :)

    Terry ;)
     
  2. pebe

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  3. super70elco

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    I am supposed to desighn a manchester timecode circuit and i have no idea where to start! Can anyone help?
     
  4. Papabravo

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    In what context does the "manchester timecode circuit" exist? This is not a term that I am familiar with although I've head of "manchester", "timecode", and "circuit" separately.
     
  5. beenthere

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    Hi,

    I seem to recall that Manchester encoding was a non-return to zero scheme on magnetic media. The relationship of this to circuits and timecodes seems questionable.
     
  6. mrmeval

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  7. mrmeval

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    And this is a duplicate of another thread.
     
  8. thingmaker3

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    Threads now merged and moved to Homework Help Forum.


    Manchester Encoding is used extensively in LANs. It allows bit rate to exceed carier frequency. I typically stick to "level one" & "level two" (physical signal transfer structures), but I know a guy I can ask.
     
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