word rate

word rate

[′wȯrd ‚rāt]
(computer science)
In computer operations, the frequency derived from the elapsed period between the beginning of the transmission of one word and the beginning of the transmission of the next word.
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Similarly, Shakespeare used more words than his contemporaries but wrote more plays, leading to a word rate close to theirs.
Nasdaq:CRUS) has extended its widely used CS5531/32/33/34 family of integrated Delta-Sigma analog-to-digital (A/D) converters with a lower-cost option, the CS5530, that offer the same low-noise performance and output word rate flexibility.
Rockwell Scientific Company LLC (RSC), has introduced a 12-bit digital to analog converter (DAC), the RDA012, with a guaranteed minimum word rate of 1GS/s.
The AD1556 features a 250 SPS to 16 kSPS output word rate and dissipates only 13 mW of power (5 (mu)W in standby mode).
The ADC family features fully differential analog inputs and an output word rate of up to 163 Hz with power consumption less than 2 milliwatts.
A channel set-up register (CSR) provides the ability to program each channel with a unique output word rate (3.
For example, in their review of repeated readings, Meyer and Felton (1999) reported desirable oral reading word rates for 2nd graders at 85 to 115 words per minute and 120 to 150 for 5th graders.
Paterson ultimately retreated to a farm in New Jersey, close to Princeton, and found few places to publish after that, ruining relationships with John Chamberlain at The Freeman over word rates and with William F.