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character device

A peripheral device that transfers data one byte at a time, such as a parallel or serial port. Contrast with block device.
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The other, window-control type of device node could be allowed to have a 2-s delay.
During which the master node collects information from device node and answers the query from the network owner during this methodology the master node should bea trusted node.
Open Competition: Purchase 108k-P for the right to sign the agreement to perform work on the device node pair of reduction in the following buildings: production building 1 Lit.
If the device node e matches the condition in Constraint table c : if degree = 0 and the matching constraint between c and e can be propagated, we can add c in the matching list of e , also let us assume v as the node list, we may create a new relationship line around [v.
5 (a) shows the power consumption of device node according to the number of the associated nodes in the case of 93% sleep of beacon interval.
Real-time profile and endpoint control technologies included on the LK Prime system provide within-wafer uniformity and wafer-to-wafer repeatability that can meet future device node requirements.
today announced its new Applied FullVision([TM]) system that enables real-time control of dielectric CMP1 processes to the 45 nanometer (nm) device node and beyond.
Applied's ability to extend cost-effective PVD to each succeeding generation of devices has helped chipmakers manage their technology transitions, while also enabling improved copper interconnect circuitry at each device node," said Dr.
Going to smaller geometries at the 90nm or less device node creates a disruption in the existing laser repair system technology that can only be addressed by our patented UV technology.
Nikon has been a pioneer in the development of immersion lithography, which can extend ArF exposure technology down to the 45 nm device node.
As we aggressively move our production toward the 90nm device node, having Applied Materials' enabling, extendible transistor fabrication capability is critical to maintaining the highest performance and yield.
All advanced chips, including copper-based devices, rely on tungsten contacts to connect the transistor and interconnect layers, but current technology reaches its limit at the 90nm device node," said Dr.