asynchronous timing

asynchronous timing

[ā′siŋ·krə·nəs ′tīm·iŋ]
(industrial engineering)
A simulation method for queues in which the system model is updated at each arrival or departure, resulting in the master clock being increased by a variable amount.
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The TA700C is the only CPCI Analyzer that performs a full range of Timing Analysis functions, by providing 33MHz and 66MHz Synchronous Timing Analysis, and Asynchronous Timing Analysis from a single board.
Asynchronous Timing Analysis checks the timing of bus signals with a 664MHz clock generated onboard the Analyzer, allowing 10 signal checks between 66MHz clock cycles.
The boards are capable of both synchronous and asynchronous timing modes for applications including pattern I/O, handshaking and change detection.
For asynchronous timing, the CAM 7665 features an adaptive clock recovery method to provide CBR clock timing.

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