data register


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data register

[′dad·ə ‚rej·ə·stər]
(computer science)
A register used in microcomputers to temporarily store data being transmitted to or from a peripheral device.
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The flow of data to the instruction register (IR) and the data register (DR) is controlled by the test mode select (TMS) with a 0 or 1 bit to move from one state to another state, while the TCK synchronizes the 16-state machine operation.
With the present invitation to tender, the implementation of the Market Master Data register (software development, hosting, operation and development) is to take place.
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Therefore, a 3-port data register is necessary to operate a PE continuously, but the following configuration is used in order to implement this with single-port SRAM.
When an under-supply condition occurs, the DS1672 write-protects timekeeping data registers, resets the processor, and switches to backup power to prevent data corruption.
The high-speed communication protocol enables all data registers to be updated almost instantaneously during stepping.
Its five major components automate thermal control: a digital temperature sensor, analog-to-digital converter, data registers, thermostatic comparator, and 2-wire system interface.
There are two register blocks, RDATA and RCONT R, in the MP: the register block in the data part consists of 4 general data registers RDATA = R1, R2, R3, R4 and the control part includes 2 control registers RCONT R = PC, AR where PC is the program counter, and AR is the address register for addressing the data.
Various reasons can be cited as the underlying forces that are propelling this movement: an improvement in computing technology, better data registers and availability, and the launch of user-friendly software.