clock frequency

clock frequency

[′kläk ‚frē·kwən·sē]
(electronics)
The master frequency of the periodic pulses that schedule the operation of a digital computer. Also known as clock rate; clock speed.

clock frequency

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Finally, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti is said to come with a whopping 4352 CUDA Cores and have a clock frequency of 1540 MHz.
* Confirming that Max and Min values of the Frequency measurement are within the specified clock frequency ([f.sub.clock]) range
"Alongside a 200MHz increase in peak CPU clock frequency, we have roughly three times the wired and wireless network throughput, and the ability to sustain high performance for much longer periods," according to Eben Upton.
In the circuit shown in Figure 4, due to the possible high frequency of the VCO and the existing limitation on the clock frequency of the DDS, its frequency predivider is used.
Dual edge triggered flip-flops provide the equal data rate as single edge triggered flip-flops at the half of the clock frequency, which leads to the reduction in power dissipation of digital synchronous logic designs [8, 9].
CPU core clock frequency can reach up to 50MHz, well accommodating the demands of 8-bit MCU applications.
This characteristic makes effective capacitance interesting, because once it is determined, using one clock frequency, it could provide an accurate estimation of dynamic power on other frequencies.
This clock frequency was chosen to reduce output jitter and clock skew.
Indeed, clock frequency of the PS is notably higher than clock frequency of the PL [1] and high-level parallelism in the PL must be provided to execute operations faster than in the PS.
In addition to advantages such as high clock frequency, low power consumption and low CAS latency, users can even attempt to configure DDR4 Nano Gaming RAM 2800MT/s to operate at 3200MT/s - shocking performance for even the best DDR4 overclocking memory that are available in the market.
where [F.sub.clk] is clock frequency, FCW is a frequency control word, and N is the phase accumulator width.