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Manchester Encoding

Manchester encoding uses inversion at the middle of each bit interval for both synchronisation and bit representation. In the IEEE 802.3 standard a negative to positive transition represents binary 1 whereas a positive to negative transition represents binary 0.

An example of Manchester encoding showing both conventions.  Source: Wikimedia Commons.

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