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bipolar with six-zero substitution (B6ZS)

The B6ZS coding, Bipolar with Six-Zero Substitution (B6ZS), is a channel coding with Bipolar Violation (BPV) and Alternate Mark Inversion (AMI) compliant bits. The Bipolar Violation bits are forcibly inserted when the data stream has more than six consecutive zeros, ensuring that the data stream has sufficient level changes for synchronization. The B6ZS coding is essentially the same as the HDB3 coding and is used in the North American T-line (T2).

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Updated at: 01.02.2019
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