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Does 'IP format'  signal require clock ?
if u could explain the answer, it 'd very helpful.
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http://www.patentstorm.us/patents/6317236-claims.html part of receiving a packet involves extracting a clock signal form the packet. I think this because the packet has to return to its predetermined value at the beginning of each bit period.
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very helpful.  thanks pheidius.
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