Return To Zero

<communications> A class of encoding methods for physical circuits in which the carrier (current, voltage) returns to zero after each transmitted bit, i.e. the data is carried in pulse width or polarity, not in the level of the signal.

Contrast NRZ.

Last updated: 1995-11-11

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retronym « return from interrupt « return from the dead « Return To Zero » reusability » reuse » Reverse Address Resolution Protocol