bit serial

bit serial

[¦bit ′sir·ē·əl]
(communications)
Sequential transmission of character-forming bits.
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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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In the case of bit serial implementation unlike the parallel implementation executes only one input bit per clock cycle.
Since only one iteration stage is used in the bit serial design to get the final output, it is not suitable for real-time applications.