wander correction

wander correction

[′wän·dər kə‚rek·shən]
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A correction to compensate for wander error in bubble sextant readings.
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The twisted pair copper interface includes an integrated 10BASE-T input filter and a 100BASE-TX equalizer with base line wander correction circuitry.
Additionally, the device features Baseline Wander correction to recover data in a worst-case network environment, and an automatic medium-dependent interface crossover (auto-MDIX) feature.
Marvell's 88E6050 five-port Fast Ethernet Switch uses advanced DSP architecture, advanced mixed-signal processing and high-speed digital circuit technology to implement digital adaptive equalization, clock data recovery, baseline wander correction circuitry, Auto-Negotiation, and speed-auto-sensing support.
These features include digital adaptive equalizers, high-speed/high precision analog-to-digital converters, a very low jitter phase lock loop, precision line drivers, forward error correction circuitry, echo cancellers, cross-talk cancellers, baseline wander correction for "killer packet" protection, and other support circuitry to enable robust and reliable communication at Gigabit speeds over existing Category 5 cabling.
The unique digital architecture implemented in Broadcom's Fast-Ethernet products, employs a feature called baseline wander correction, which automatically compensates for baseline wander noise problems, thereby assuring killer packet protection over a full range of networking cable lengths.
The unique architecture implemented in Broadcom Fast-Ethernet product designs employ a feature called "baseline wander correction," which automatically compensates for baseline wander noise problems, thereby assuring killer packet protection over a full range of networking cable lengths.
The BCM5203 and BCM5205 digitally perform baseline wander correction, which eliminates the DC wander effect of unbalanced data patterns.