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# cs601 assignment2

Assignment No. 2
Semester: Spring 2015
Data Communication - CS601
Total Marks: 16

Due Date: 08/06/2015

Objective:

To have the understanding of digital to digital encoding schemes.

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Assignment

Show the NRZ-I and Differential Manchester for the following bit pattern.

1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1

Assume that NRZ-I signal starts with negative polarity and for Differential Manchester assume first transition for 1 is Negative-to-Positive.

Provide your hand drawn solution showing bit transition with clock interval for both encoding schemes.

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Differential Manchester assume first transition for 1 is Negative-to-Positive.

NRZ-I signal starts with negative polarity

NRZ-I

Signal transition at every bit of 1.

Differential Manchester Encoding:

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# CS601 Data Communication Assignment No. 2 Solution

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