32-bit computer

32-bit computer

A computer that has a 32-bit CPU. See 32-bit computing and word.
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"Conventional 32-bit computer architectures cannot address memory above 4GB.
A 32-bit computer co-ordinates all engine components - which include an electronic accelerator rather than a throttle cable.
Linux (pronounced "lin-ucks") is a 32-bit computer operating system (OS) that is similar to the well-known UNIX OS, but is available for the desktop and offers many more benefits.
The systems are built around a single-board, 32-bit computer and multitasking OS kernel, plus network protocol stacks and file system management tools.
The V-TEC engine also uses a powerful 32-bit computer to control combustion timing.
VXI stands for VME eXtensions for Instrumentation, an electronic plug-in platform that extends the capabilities of VME--the industry-standard 32-bit computer bus--for instrumentation applications.
For more elaborate quality analysis of flat films, NDC's new Model 8000 floor-standing console system has a 32-bit computer and 19-in.
PHOTO : This rugged 32-bit computer from Miltope is part of the Army Tactical Command and Control
Results of comparisons to test castings proved favorable and the technique has been adapted to an inexpensive 32-bit computer workstation.
Current road simulator control systems use 32-bit computer systems that eliminate the need for peripheral array processors and reduce the time required for simulation setup by 80%, according to MTS.
For a simple and easily implementable MLCG on a 32-bit computer, we suggest m = 2147483399 and a = 40692.
They had 32-bit computers and our software were meant to run on 64-bit computers.