Can I get a circuit to realize manchester coding and decoding

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dexterdev
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Hi all,
Can I get a circuit to realize manchester coding and decoding using ordinary digital TTL ICs and comparators. Any link or image will be helpful.

TIA

-Devanand T
 

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berkeman
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Hi all,
Can I get a circuit to realize manchester coding and decoding using ordinary digital TTL ICs and comparators. Any link or image will be helpful.

TIA

-Devanand T

Sure, there are examples on the Internet. What is the context of the question? Can you use Google Images to do a quick search? What do you find?
 
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johnbbahm
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diphase coding is a form of fm, when the clock occurs in the middle of the cycle
the frequency is double, and the bit is a one or a zero.(Based on which Manchester
coding scheme used. The 6409 will do it, But you can look at their design as to how.
I seem to remember seeing someone do it with ether a JK or D flipflop.
http://www.google.com/patents/US4603322
 

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