CSE3213_06_LineBlockCodingW2012_Part_2

CSE3213_06_LineBlockCodingW2012_Part_2 - Line Coding:...

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6 Line Coding: Unipolar Unipolar Line Coding uses only one non-zero and one zero voltage level (e.g.) 0 = zero level, 1 = non-zero level simple to implement, but obsolete due to two main problems: DC component present lack of synchronization for long series of 1-s or 0-s
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7 Line Coding: Polar Polar Line Coding uses two non-zero voltage level for represent. of two data levels - one positive & one negative “DC-problem” alleviated 4 main types of polar coding: NRZ-level NRZ-invert (1) Nonreturn to Zero (NRZ) NRZ-level : signal level represents particular bit, (e.g.) 0 = positive volt. , 1 = negative volt. poor synchronizat. for long series of 1-s & 0-s NRZ-invert : inversion of voltage level = bit 1, no voltage inversion = bit 0 1s in data streams enable synchronization long sequence of 0-s still a problem
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8 Line Coding: Polar (cont.) NRZ-I is better than NRZ-L, but it still does not provide complete synchronization. To ensure complete synchronization, there must be a signal change for each bit.
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2012 for the course CSE 3213 taught by Professor A during the Winter '10 term at York University.

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CSE3213_06_LineBlockCodingW2012_Part_2 - Line Coding:...

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