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In telecommunication and data storageManchester code also known as phase encodingcodificaxion PE is a line code in which the encoding of each data bit is either low then high, or high then low, for equal time. It is a self-clocking signal with no DC component. As a result, electrical connections using a Manchester code ocdificacion easily galvanically cidificacion. Manchester code derives its name from its development at the University of Manchesterwhere the coding was used to store data on the magnetic drum of the Manchester Mark 1 computer.
Manchester code was used in early Ethernet physical layer standards and is still used in consumer IR protocols, RFID and near-field communication. Manchester coding is a special case of binary phase-shift keying BPSKwhere the data controls the phase of a square wave carrier whose frequency is the data rate.
Manchester code ensures frequent line voltage transitions, directly codificacon to the clock rate; this helps clock recovery.
The DC component of the encoded signal is not dependent on the data and therefore carries no information.
Therefore connections may be inductively or capacitively cdoificacion, allowing the signal to be conveyed conveniently by galvanically isolated media e. According to Cisco”Manchester encoding introduces some difficult frequency-related problems that make it unsuitable for use at higher data rates”. Manchester code always has a transition at the middle of each bit period and may depending on the information to be transmitted have a transition at the start of the period also.
The direction of the mid-bit transition indicates the data. Transitions at the period boundaries do not carry information. They exist only to place the signal in the correct state to allow the mid-bit transition.
The first of these was first published by G. Thomas in and is followed by numerous authors e.
For a 1 bit the signal levels will be high-low. The second convention is also followed by numerous authors e.
It states that a logic 0 is cpdificacion by a high-low signal sequence and a logic 1 is represented by a low-high signal sequence. If a Manchester encoded signal is inverted in communication, it is transformed from one convention to the other. This ambiguity can be overcome by using differential Manchester encoding.
The existence of guaranteed transitions allows the signal to be self-clocking, and also allows the receiver to align correctly; the receiver can identify if it is misaligned by half a bit period, as there will no longer always be a transition during each bit period.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Encoding of in Manchester code as per G. Computer Networks 4th ed. Brz and Computer Communications 7th ed.
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