Asynchronous Transmission

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Synchronous data transmission requires:
A clock signal and two lines
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Asynchronous data transmission requires:
Start and Stop bits and 1 line
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Synchronous transmission
Fast transmission but requires 2 lines
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Asynchronous transmission
Only 1 line used but slow transmission
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What is the purpose of the start and stop bits?
To designate the beginning and end of a string of bits
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What is the purpose of parity bit(s)?
To check that the data has been transmitted correctly
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How do Even and Odd parity systems work?
The amount of logic 1s are even (even parity) and odd (odd parity) when the data is correct
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Issues with parity bits:
Longer transmission, sometimes won't detect errors.
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How do 2 bit systems work?
Each parity bit checks a nibble of data
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How do 4 bit systems work?
Each parity bit checks 4 bits, with overlap between each parity bit
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At what point does error correction become possible?
When there is 4 bit or 5 bit parity, it is possible to locate the area where an error occurs.
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Card 2

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Start and Stop bits and 1 line

Back

Asynchronous data transmission requires:

Card 3

Front

Fast transmission but requires 2 lines

Back

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Card 4

Front

Only 1 line used but slow transmission

Back

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Card 5

Front

To designate the beginning and end of a string of bits

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
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