bit serial

bit serial

[¦bit ′sir·ē·əl]
(communications)
Sequential transmission of character-forming bits.

bit serial

The transmission of one bit after the other on a single line or wire. Bit serial is the inherent nature of serial technologies. See serial transmission.
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A 10 bit Serial Data Interface (SDI) programs each output multiplex to asynchronously select either input clock, which reduces pin count and allows flexibility of design for system engineers.
The EM4122 and EM4444 are the hallmark UHF RFID ICs and feature a factory programmed 64 bit serial unique ID number, high reading data rates, user programmable and lockable memory, low voltage operation, easy antenna development and operate at temperatures between -40 to +85C.