bit synchronization

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bit synchronization

[′bit ‚siŋ·krə·nə′zā·shən]
(communications)
Element of a message header used to synchronize all of the bits and characters that follow.
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The computation of T-complexity is approached by using T-codes, a novel method of self-synchronizing code that has been proposed by Tichener [24] and presented in detail in [25].
Titchener, "Generalized T-Codes: An Extended Construction Algorithm for Self-synchronizing Codes", TAMAKI T-CODE PROJECT SERIES, vol.