serial transfer

serial transfer

[′sir·ē·əl ′tranz·fər]
(computer science)
Transfer of the characters of an element of information in sequence over a single path in a digital computer.
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citri were collected to initiate another generation or used for evaluation of conidial (spore) pathogenicity in the serial transfer test or for concentration-mortality tests.
WEST BROM are set to land serial transfer tourist Ariza Makukula on loan from Benfica.
The Kit includes a Pictiva OLED display, 1 MB memory, two rechargeable batteries, molded EBS casing, a North American battery charger, chain lanyard, serial transfer cable, storage box, micro animator software access key and an instruction manual.
It employs the TMDS (Transition Minimized Differential Signaling) serial transfer method developed by Silicon Image, Inc.
For consumers with non-USB enabled computers, the PhotoPC 650 also supports traditional serial transfer of images to any Windows or Macintosh PowerPC(R) computer with an available serial port.
Version 7 of HP BASIC represents the first time under Windows that HP BASIC will include support for separate alpha from graphics, inbound serial transfer and serial interrupts.
In contrast to today's commonly used serial interconnection methods, such as S/PDIF, USB and AES-EBU, the robust 1394 technology will support high quality streaming audio/video at a serial transfer rate of 400 Mbps.
LSI Logic's GigaBlaze cores meet NGIO's double-speed serial transfer rate of 2.
1 compatibility that speeds ASIC (application specific integrated circuit) designs that include IR serial transfer.
The GigaBlaze cores meet NGIO's single-speed serial transfer rates of 1.
With the announcement of the new GigaBlaze cores, LSI boosts the serial transfer rate up to 2.