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Disclosed is a method and apparatus for encoding multiple bits on a signal wire by transmitting pulses during a framing window. Benefits include improved performance.
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Method and apparatus for encoding multiple bits on a signal
wire by transmitting pulses during a framing window
Disclosed is a method and apparatus for encoding multiple bits
on a signal wire by transmitting pulses during a framing window. Benefits include
disclosed method is encodes multiple bits of information into pulses that are
sampled during a framing window. The number of pulses received during the frame
time corresponds to a symbol. This symbol is then used as a key to decode the
pulse is required to be contained in a frame window (see Figure 1). The frame
window, fw, is generated from a free-running clock where the edges make
the frame or are asserted when valid pulses are to be received. The pulses are
of width pw, but not all pulses are required to be the same duration.
The spacing between pulses, d, also does not have to be constant between
different encoding schemes can be utilized, implicit and explicit (see Figure
2). The implicit encoding requires one less pulse than the explicit coding as
symbol s1 requires no pulses to be received during the frame. Given each
encoding scheme, the following equations can be realized, assuming binary
symbols, where the value a is the number of pulses needed to represent N
Explicit pulse count (pulse count ¹ 0)
Implicit pulse count (no pulses = “00”)
value fw is the minimum size the fame window needs to be to send a
pulses all of...