error burst


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error burst

[′er·ər ‚bərst]
(computer science)
The condition when more than one bit is in error in a given number of bits.
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Superior ECC maintains maximum performance while correcting multiple error bursts, and the Enterprise Series utilizes an auto rebuild power supply with alarm, reset, and load sharing.
Superior ECC maintains maximum performance while correcting multiple error bursts, and the Arena 5000 Series utilizes an auto rebuild power supply with alarm, reset, and load sharing.
Recognizing the special challenges of MR technology, the FTEC440 can correct error bursts up to 40 bytes long and maintains data and format integrity regardless of erasure location.
The CrystalMax family also features custom on-the-fly Error Correction Code logic, capable of correcting multiple error bursts without performance loss.