carry signal

carry signal

[′kar·ē ‚sig·nəl]
(computer science)
A signal produced in a computer when the sum of two digits in the same column equals or exceeds the base of the number system in use or when the difference between two digits is less than zero.
References in classic literature ?
To make the electric wire carry signals was more, because of the instantaneous transmission of important news.
the system must carry signal, control and power to each camera on a single cat 6 cable.
Explains logic circuit behavior through real-time analysis involving the fields and waves that carry signal and energy
The proposed full adder circuit is represented by three blocks such as module 1 and module 2 are the XNOR modules that generate the sum signal (SUM) and module 3 generates the carry signal ([C.
For example, with the development of HD technology, companies now require cabling that can carry signal at speeds compatible with HD-SDI sources, which often run as a high as 1.
7,279,643, a CommScope patent that covers various improvements to toneable conduit with an embedded wire to carry signal for detection by toning equipment.
The difference between a Carry look ahead Adder (CLA) and parallel prefix tree adder is presented in the second stage that make the carry signal fast and makes the binary addition very fast.
April 22 - Youbet announces it will carry signal for Calder race meet from April 24 through January 2, 2010
Second, fiber cables can carry signals much farther than copper wires, which are typically limited to a distance of 328 feet.
They can carry signals through places where EMI would normally block transmission.
Thus a single rail wave-pipelined method is effective and quite different from conventional pipelined adders using dual rail encoding to implicitly symbolize the pipelining of carry signals independent carry chain blocks.
Those are the same nerves that would carry signals from the hand were still intact, the researchers said.