what is parallel data transmission and how does it work?

what is parallel data transmission and how does it work. Data transmission is the process of sending data between the sender and sent to the recipient so that data can be processed further by the recipient. how does parallel data transmission work?

In data transmission is known by 2 basic models of serial data transmission and parallel data transmission

how parallel data transmission works?

In this article admin will focus on the transmission of parallel data only for the article serial data transmission please read the previous article what is serial data transmission and how does it work

Before discussing more about parallel transmission you should know in advance what is parallel data transmission and how does parallel data transmission work

what is parallel data transmission?

Parallel transmission is a transmission where a bunch of bits are sent simultaneously per unit of time

In parallel communication each bit has its own path. Like a car that drove the street, then each car has its own path so that the car can go at high speed

Because parallel communication uses its own path so if communication is done on long distance then it is quite expensive

Example to transmit data 8 bits then needed 8 pieces of path, not including clock line

That is why parallel data communications are used only at short distances only while for long distance communication used serial data communications

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how does parallel data transmission work?

because data on parallel transmissions are sent simultaneously then parallel transmission speed will be faster than serial data transmission

The following figure shows the working principle of parallel data transmission

how does parallel data transmission work

A data transmission is said to be parallel if a group of data bits are transmitted together and pass through several separate transmission paths

In order for data between the sender and receiver to be received correctly then the required clock

Clock serves to coordinate or synchronize any actions or processes performed by senders or recipients of data

The higher the clock frequency then the data can be processed faster

An example of the use of parallel data communications is communication between computers and printers, communication between computers using parallel ports

what is parallel data transmission

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