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What are 4 most common techniques that implement synchronization? Am i correct to assume they are 1.External
Clock 2. Embedded signal, like Biphase
or differential manchester 3.Start and stop bits
4. Flags.
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by:ToniVR
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Do your homework by yourslef please.

At EE, we the experts help people with their own problems, not with homework.
Perhaps try a search engine instead.

Greetz,

ToniVR
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by:nethead14
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this was not a homework question What is a matter with you? I am not a student nor am I even in school.I AM ONLY LOOKING FOR SOME CLARIFICATION.and if you can't even help me with that. You are a jerk and no good for nothing. Am i correct to assume they are 1.External Clock 2. Embedded signal, like Biphase or differential manchester 3.Start and stop bits
4. Flags.

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by:ToniVR
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If you are pleased with calling me a jerk, have fun.

The way you phrased your question was more like a homework question. I cannot know that you ain't a student.

AND IF YOU LIKE TO INSULT PEOPLE, GO SOMEWHERE ELSE!
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by:Lab1
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nethead14 This indeed appears to be  a homework question.
If you had posted the question in this form
"What are 4 most common techniques that implement synchronization? Am i correct to assume they are 1.External Clock 2. Embedded signal, like Biphase
or differential manchester 3.Start and stop bits
4. Flags.
then this would show that you have tried, and then the experts would be willing to help you
Now I am going to address your handling of yourself at this forum. I looked at another question you posted, and you called the experts in that thread jerks also.
NOTE: Flaming and name calling will not be tolerated. If you can not conduct yourself in an acceptable manner, I will ask to have your account terminated. Please conduct yourself in a professional manner at all times
If you have any problems with this feel free to email me at lab1@experts-exchange.com
Lab1
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by:nethead14
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I am sorry Toni V. Please accept my apology. I was wrong for getting upset with you.
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by:ToniVR
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No problem.

What your question is about, the things you mentioned are correct for binairy transmissions. When using only text, the flags and the start/top bits are actually replaced by start and end characters.
In what context do you want more information? I have a book with all the detailed information.

ToniVR
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nethead14, thank you for apologizing to ToniVR. Our experts here are some of the finest in the world, and usually respond well when asked nicely. I hope you enjoy using our site
Lab1
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by:nethead14
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Thank you Toni for confirmng my affirmation.I heard you mention something about a book. The truth to the matter is I just graduated from College with an associates degree in Computer Programming and I am just starting to explore the world of Computer Networking and Cisco. Can you recommend a real good comprehensive Networking book that I can buy. That can help me in better understanding many of the complexities that surround many of the vast different subject matters and inicrasies in Computer Networks
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by:nethead14
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I really felt bad about getting upset with Toni. He is really a helpful person if you can show him what you already know, instead of not showing. I was a fool for not applying that to my questions?
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by:Lab1
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nethead14, it wasn't necessary to qward me the points here when ToniVR provided the answer you needed. I wll zero the points out here and ask a question to ToniVR to award them the points
I agree ToniVR is a very helpfull and knowledgable expert. Thank you for settling all of this, and I hope you continue to enjoy our site
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by:ToniVR
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nethead14, the book I'm talking about is Computernetworks from Andrew S. Tanenbaum. This man is the most know author of book about computer networks.
I have the Dutch edition (which is the 2nd edition), but the English one is already a 3rd edition.
It's published by Prentice Hall and Academic Service.

Hope this helps

ToniVR
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by:andyalder
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nethead, when did you edit the question? All it said when I looked at it was "What are 4 most common techniques that implement synchronization?" which could have meant almost anything.
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