First post so please be gentle . I am trying to write a very very simple manchester decoder type thingy.
I have a 16-bit string that i want to decode. I understand to do this properly there is the requirement for taking into account the clock etc. However, to start with all i want to do is actually decode a 16-bit sample.
so basically i have a 16-bit binary string, and using the rule of (IEEE802.3) when encoded 1's become 10 and 0's become 01 because of the transition. so my bit string is:
and i want the end result to be decoded from this.
Does this make sense?