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bit stream

[′bit ‚strēm]
(computer science)
A consecutive line of bits transmitted over a circuit in a transmission method in which character separation is accomplished by the terminal equipment.
A binary signal without regard to grouping by character.
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2] which can be combined as the original bit stream bs.
264/AVC compatible encoder to generate a bit stream with spatial and temporal scalability.
Although flashing an LED sounds like a simple task, it takes time to set up the VHDL code and download the bit stream to the FPGA.
AT17F32/A devices have a memory paging capability that also allows the single-chip storage of as many as four different FPGA bit streams, reducing chip count and board real-estate in multiple FPGA systems.
Guy Lafayette, Atmel's Director of Programmable Logic Marketing explained, "All SRAM-based FPGAs require external memory to store the FPGA configuration bit stream.
The manufacture of read-only optical media involves a process whereby the binary bit stream of an information object (e.
Depending on the storage media, it should be possible to scan a compressed bit stream (possibly with the help of an application-specific directory structure) and, using the appropriate access points, display selected pictures to obtain a fast forward or a fast reverse effect.
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But because engineers must work with standard protocols, they may feel more comfortable with tools that let them start with the graphical protocol format, which software then translates into a test bit stream.
This technology advantage means that a surround sound bit stream can be put onto a storage-constrained device without any penalty in output quality and with very little loss in device storage levels.
Handset integration teams can quickly evaluate product behavior by monitoring the digital serial bit stream between the RF-IC and BB-IC.
The DTS-HD Master Audio bit stream also contains the DTS 1.