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By Nadia Shalaby, Yitzchak Gottlieb, Mike Wawrzoniak, Larry Peterson (auth.), James Sterbenz, Osamu Takada, Christian Tschudin, Bernhard Plattner (eds.)

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PG—generator of counting pulses; K— key; CC— counter circuit; D—decoder; ND—null device. u are compared by the null-device ND. Each successive cell of the memory and therefore also each successive step of the balancing voltage remains connected, if u ^ u ; when u < u the null-device cuts off the memory cell connected at the given step of the selector. If the memory cell has remained connected, then the coincidence circuit CC releases a pulse for the next place of the code combination. Graphs of the encoding process (w = 7) for a four-place code and the corresponding output signal are shown, as examples, in Fig.

Installed at the receiving end of the communication line fix the reception of these pulses. In the case of electrical separation (Fig. 11, a) a multiconductor communication line is used, each of whose conductors is allotted to a determinate sequential element—to a determinate signal pulse; the number of conductors of the line (in addition to the common conductor) is equal to the number of elements of a signal, n. In the case frequency separation (Fig. , G of sinusoidal oscillations of frequencies f,f , .

23. Block diagram of counter-type encoding converter with intermediate pulse-time conversion. PG—generator of counting pulses; PrC—pulse-time converter; K-key; CC-counter circuit. time t is counted. The number of pulses counted, which is proportional to t and therefore to w, is converted into the binary or binarycoded-decimal system. The block diagram of such a converter is shown in Fig. 23. The pulse-time converter PTC is usually based on the principle of scanning conversion. A converter according to the scheme: voltage-frequency-numbercode can be designed in a similar manner.

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