High Speed Manchester Encoder.
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High speed manchester encoding is provided by latching input data by means of a first clock pulse to provide a synchronized data source. This synchronized data is latched and inverted in a second latch circuit by a second clock pulse 180 out of phase with the first clock pulse. The synchronized and inverted data is fed to a multiplexer where either data or data is selected depending on the state of the master clock applied to the select input of the multiplexer. The output from the multiplexer is the manchester encoded data stream. Author
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