Main Question or Discussion Point
How does it (it=what?) distinguish each 8-digit (10100100) from the previous and the next?
PLEASE forget my previous question. I want to grasp this:
The bits 0 and 1 are what?
The whether signal passes from a gate or not? This seems wrong because the gate NOT converts a signal "1" to a signal "0", whereas a signal always passes from that gate?
Is it that the e.g. 101 means that at a wire (just a wire, no gates in between) there is an electrical pulse of (wavefront- no wavefront-wavefront)? This also seems wrong because if it was so, the signal that arrives from the one wire to the gate should be 111111111..., and the other one should be 000000000...otherwise how could it be that...
? A link that explains this?