Alternate Mark Inversion
Alternate Mark Inversion is a line encoding scheme used in telecommunications systems where binary 0 (zero) is represented using no charge, binary 1 is represented by either a positive, or negative electrical charge; each successive one uses the opposite charge used for the previous binary 1.

Alternate Mark Inversion refers to the mark bit (the binary 1) using a positive charge the first time it is transmitted and negative charge on the second.



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