Manchester encodingIn data transmission Manchester encoding is a method of transmitting bits that allows the receiver to easily synchronize with the sender. Manchester encoding splits each bit period into two, and ensures that there is always a transition between the signal levels in the middle of each bit. In Manchester encoding "1" is transmitted as 0 in the first half of the clock and 1 in the second half of the clock. And "0" is transmitted as 1 in the first half of the clock and 0 in the second half of the clock.
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