information bit

information bit

[‚in·fər′mā·shən ‚bit]
(communications)
Bit that is generated by the data source but is not used by the data-transmission system.
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We generated new optical frequencies through nonlinear mixing of two electromagnetic fields at low operating energies, allowing reduced energy per information bit.
In other words, we would point out not only that Van Zandt fails to give us information bit 1, information bit 2, information bit 3, and so on, but also that these information bits matter, that they have relevance to the case.
Clinical reasoning is replaced by following a practice "guideline" from one prescribed information bit to another, and a diagnosis means a number with five significant digits (never mind that the first one is dubious) attached to an appropriate procedure code.
Reveal" the information bit by bit and you enhance your audience's ability to comprehend the key points.
The development team's research shows no other reported chip uses a lower amount of energy consumed per decoded information bit.
In a cost per information bit comparison, CAMs are more than 100 times more expensive and consume more power than DRAMs.
For every one information bit (or 3 encoded bits) from stream 1, three uncoded bits of stream 2 are transmitted and the source coding rate is, therefore, 3/5 times the effective data rate.
We are getting information bit by bit," said Jerome McCormick of Cobh whose brother died in the crash.
These sequential learners prefer to receive information bit by bit.
Now for the tourist information bit - Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park was the first in Scotland and is the gateway to the Highlands.
The use of technology similar to commercially available products is a significant step towards realizing the viability of manufacturing and installing 100 Gb/s-based networks at a reasonable cost per transmitted information bit.

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