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data signal

A pulse or frequency of electricity or light that represents data as it travels over a network, a computer channel or wireless. Contrast with control signal. See signal and signaling.
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During read transactions, the DRAM launches the data signals approximately in line with the DQS (FIGURE 3).
Our regenerator can clean noise from incoming data signals and should allow for systems of extended physical length and capacity.
Likewise, the system's ability to meet its internal power needs and effectively route data signals inside and outside the enclosure are all areas that should be scrutinized.
There are some things to consider with HomePlug: You can't use powerstrips with surge protectors because they strip out data signals (some sockets also have surge protectors built in).
The purpose of the clock recovery circuit is to extract the clock signal out of the data signal in the receiver.
This means that the data signal round trip travel time to the end of the bus has to be understood and treated as a critical parameter, which should be longer than the rise time of the data signal.
A new clock enable condition power linter helps determine the effectiveness of the clock enables in a design by analyzing the relationship between the clock enable signal, clock signal and data signal for inferred registers in the design.
To create a data signal for 160Gb/s transmission, ordinarily the optical signal is multiplexed from 40Gb/s to 160Gb/s signal by using passive PLC (Planar Lightwave Circuit) pulse interleaver(x4).