Unidirectional Manchester encoded data transfer via a fiber optic link
Ragsdale, Robert G.
Powers, John P.
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The subject of this thesis is the application of Manchester coding techniques to digital data transfer. Asynchronous receipt of digital data for decoding eliminates many of the technical implementation problems associated with synchronous transmission of data. The thesis goal was to construct the necessary hardware to allow Manchester encoded data transfer over a fiber optic data link. The scope of the project was limited to the transfer of byte size amounts of data from a microcomputer bus through the fiber link back to the computer bus. Successful coding, transmission, and decoding were accomplished as delineated in the hardware design section. (RRH)
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