Conditioned Diphase


Conditioned Diphase

Conditioned Diphase (CDP) is a line code for digital baseband transmission. Conditioned diphase uses a line encoding technique that encodes the digital data to be transmitted with a clock signal. Conditioned diphase is also known as Differential Manchester encoding.

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