Currently our Manchester LLA supports the following modes:
- Differential Manchester
- Bi-Phase Mark
- Bi-Phase Space
It would be nice to add support for other modes and variations, such as:
- Bi-Phase Line
- NRZ (M, S, and L)
There are lots of protocols that use Manchester encoding as their physical layer transport. Facilitating using HLAs with Manchester analyzers would unlock these. A HLA template for the job that recognized preamble patterns like the start bit mentioned above then pulled out fixed length blocks of bits would handle a lot of the common processing.
My own recent interest was decoding USB-C's PD communications across CC lines. Pulling that fully apart is a big job but could obviate the need for a dedicated PD analyzer.