Miller code

Miller code

[′mil·ər ‚kōd]
(computer science)
A code used internally in some computers, in which a binary 1 is represented by a transition in the middle of a bit (either up or down), and a binary 0 is represented by no transition following a binary 1; a transition between bits represents successive 0's; in this code, the longest period possible without a transition is two bit times.
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Only those customers who provide a Miller code to CDNOW can participate in the custom CD program.