bit matrix

bit matrix

[′bit ‚mā·triks]
(engineering)
The material, usually powdered and fused tungsten carbide, into which diamonds are set in the manufacture of diamond bits.
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When the concentration increases, the density of diamond grits on the bit crown surface becomes larger, and the bare area of the matrix reduces; thus, the wear resistance of the bit matrix increases.
The proposed design employs a 64 x 48 bit matrix size, taking advantage of current 64 bit architectures, but it is trivial to adjust this size for maximum performance on future architectures if necessary.
The turbo interleaver of the W-CDMA standard is based on a rectangular input bit matrix. This matrix is permuted both by columns and rows before the output bits are delivered.