Searching for more info on Manchester encoding

Posted on 2006-10-20
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I am a BIT student, and need suggestions on where (websites) to find more info than I have been able to find already on Manchester encoding. I need layman's terms on what it is. In addition, where to go to find out the effects on Ethernet performance as I add more hosts to a network. Understand, I do not want the answers, just ideas on where to find this information. Thank you in advance for any assistance offered!!( This is rather urgent!)
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