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Subject: Manchester code circuit

Date: 07/13/02 at 8:41 AM
Posted by: Riyad
E-mail: riyad_2nd@yahoo.com
Message Posted:

I have in this summer my senior design project,it is a simple wireless communication link
It consists of two parts: Transmitter and Recevier
The system should do the follwing:
1) Converting the input signal (analogue) to digital using 8-bit A/D converter
2)then take the output of the conveter and transmit it thru a simple antenna
3) receive the signal thru another simple antanna
4) Convert the received signal to analogue signal
Now, I want to ensure that the transmitted 8-bits will be received correctly every time (i.e. synchronization).I did hear about Manchester code, how can I build the circuit of this type of synchronization.(note: i dont want to use the IC which does so)

I am using ADC0808 as my A/D converter and DAC0808 as my D/A converter.
So,please help me, the time is limited.

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