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# Gray Code Fundamentals – Part 1

5/28/2011 06:17 PM EDT
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re: Gray Code Fundamentals – Part 1
10/1/2012 2:28:09 PM
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Why, thank you so much for your kind words -- I'm happy that this proved to be useful for you -- regards -- Max

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re: Gray Code Fundamentals – Part 1
9/30/2012 7:06:06 PM
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Hallo, thank you very much Eng. Clive Maxfield this topic is amazing, very simple, & to the point. It helped me very much & saved me a lot of time looking for simplified info to learn about Gray due to my preparation study for Master. Thanks a lot :)

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re: Gray Code Fundamentals – Part 1
6/2/2011 2:14:49 PM
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@Tim: You are 100% correct. I can't understand why I didn't think of this for myself -- I've just "tweaked" the article and made this change. Thanks for bringing this to my attention -- Max

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re: Gray Code Fundamentals – Part 1
6/2/2011 1:52:13 PM
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Your example transition from 0010 to 0100 is not a good choice, because these two codes are not adjacent. Those who already know the concepts of Gray code will understand that this must be a typo, but those who are new to the concept may have difficulty understanding your example. Perhaps you could change the example to use the transition from 0001 to 0010 or even 0011 to 0100.

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re: Gray Code Fundamentals – Part 1
5/28/2011 6:41:06 PM
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The funny thing about Gray codes is that they seem so simple when you are first introduced to them, but -- as we will discover in future installments of this mini-series -- there may be some surprises in store, even for experienced engineers...

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