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Subject: Re: How to recover clock from Manchester Encoded Data?

Date: 10/31/03 at 9:00 PM
Posted by: Peter
E-mail: peterkeh151@yahoo.com
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In Reply to: Re: How to recover clock from Manchester Encoded Data? posted by Melvin on 09/01/03 at 1:27 AM:

There are two ways of transmitting information across. Either through asynchronous or synchronous transmission. In synchronous transmission, it is necessary to keep both the transmitter and receiver in sync with each other. To do that, you can either provide a separate clock line to the receiver or embed the clock information into the signal itself. Manchester encoding allows you to embedd the clock signal into the data stream. At the receiver end, you just recover the embedded clock information and use it to retrieve the original signal.

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