asynchronous control

asynchronous control

[ā′siŋ·krə·nəs kən′trōl]
(control systems)
A method of control in which the time allotted for performing an operation depends on the time actually required for the operation, rather than on a predetermined fraction of a fixed machine cycle.
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Optimal analog transceiver performance is achieved through fast receiver Automatic Gain Control (AGC) with synchronous and asynchronous control loops among antennas, antenna diversity functions, and adaptive-transmit power-control functions.
Already installed on dozens of Blue Gene/P systems at numerous customer sites, TotalView supports advanced features on the platform, like asynchronous control of threads, OpenMP, and threads.
The asynchronous control of the electronic governor allows all engine functions to be tuned, providing lower noise levels, better fuel economy, more performance and longer life.
SMEMA-compatible asynchronous control allows each lane to be moved and controlled independently.

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