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# What is the difference between NRZ L and Manchester encoding?

Updated: 10/3/2023

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For NRZ we require large bandwidth,because transition will not occur in middle of bit.whereas in Manhaster encoding transition will occur middle of the bit so Data rate = Modulation rate/2 Regards, Dilip Prajapati

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NRZ L: data rate = modulation rate/2

Manchester: data rate = modulation rate

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