Manchester Coding and Decoding Generation Theortical and Expermental Design

  • Luma W Jameel Al-Nisour University College/Department of Computer Technical Engineering/Baghdad-Iraq Second author
Keywords: XNOR, RZ, NRZ, optisys 7 and clock Bit rate.


This paper presents the implement and design of a line code Manchester coding and decoding theoretical and experimental designed system  the experimental design was demonstrated in simulation using optics  7 , to observe the system performance with the present RZ & NRS line codes  the main issue is to mixing RZ RNZ pulse coding in the XNOR gate ,so that the output of XNOR is the coding Manchester ,then mixing the coding Manchester  with another RZ  pulse generator in the another XNOR gate to obtain in the output  Manchester decoding channel  this is the procedure of our work.


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