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bit stream

[′bit ‚strēm]
(computer science)
A consecutive line of bits transmitted over a circuit in a transmission method in which character separation is accomplished by the terminal equipment.
A binary signal without regard to grouping by character.
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AT17F32/A devices have a memory paging capability that also allows the single-chip storage of as many as four different FPGA bit streams, reducing chip count and board real-estate in multiple FPGA systems.
Guy Lafayette, Atmel's Director of Programmable Logic Marketing explained, "All SRAM-based FPGAs require external memory to store the FPGA configuration bit stream.
The manufacture of read-only optical media involves a process whereby the binary bit stream of an information object (e.
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It encodes bit streams in the following formats: DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS-HD High Resolution, DTS 96/24, DTS-ES 6.
JVC will develop an interface for bit stream recording with cooperation from Thomson Consumer Electronics and Hitachi Ltd.
Handset integration teams can quickly evaluate product behavior by monitoring the digital serial bit stream between the RF-IC and BB-IC.
Audio and video constrained bit stream structure: New bit stream data structure has been developed to synchronize video at variable bit rate with audio at fixed bit rate.
The DTS-HD High Resolution Audio bit stream also contains the DTS 1.
This means that developers can view bit stream traffic before it is decoded to high-level packets, to better understand where signal integrity issues may be causing data corruption.
This bit stream is transferred to a simulating CAN bus where it is merged with the bit streams of other simulating CAN controllers.
Encoded bit stream formats include: DTS Digital Surround[R], DTS-ES 6.