Manchester Code


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Manchester Code

A self-clocking data encoding method that divides the time required to define the bit into two cycles. The first cycle is the data value (0 or 1) and the second cycle provides the timing by shifting to the opposite state.
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It is more prominent that when Manchester code is included in QMEC, reduces the power by 16% and reduces the number of LUTs by 1% compared to MBRBEC.
The usage of Manchester code for RSOA optical signal coding does not give better results, because, in case of Manchester code one data bit is coded by two optical signal bits.
Voice and data are combined and transmitted using either Manchester code, RZ or NRZ modulation formats.
Collision tree (CT) protocol [5] enhances QT by using the Manchester code and enables the reader to detect the first collided bit [1].
Each channel is independently selectable (RS-232, RS-422, RS-485, Manchester code, and Bi-Phase data protocols) and can transmit an independent contact closure.

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