Detecting Manchester Encoded Data Using A Processor

Using a microprocessor controlled system (Computer, Microcontroller, DSP etc.), Manchester encoded data can be detected. This method is dependent on the conversion of an analog signal into the digital format usable by a microprocessor. Generally, this is accomplished using any kind of Analog-to-Digital converter (ADC). Once the data is converted into a digital format, it can be processed.

Publication Date
07 June 2013

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