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vrf Manchester Code

Question asked by VRFuser on Apr 6, 2006
> Isn't manchester encoding a fundamental way of transporting bits under
> a clock system

Yes - though I gather that compression is definitely not in the deal.

I'm just wondering how the signal is getting into the system.

Since clocking is important you run into the same problem when trying to use Windows as a function generator - it ain't deterministic. 64ms. is probably doable though. It looks like the encoding isn't all that picky. Still, hardware is much more preferable than software.