Describe Synchronous Transmission. - Telecommunications
Describe Synchronous Transmission.
- Synchronous transmission does not use start and stop bits, hence data transfer rate is quicker.
- The transmission is synchronized by speeding up at both the sending and receiving ends.
- This uses clock signals that are built at each component.
- Continual stream of data is sent between two nodes.
- Re-synchronization is one of the methods to address the lost bits.
- This method uses check digits instead of parity bits for ensuring the byte is correctly being interpreted and received.