carry signal

carry signal

[′kar·ē ‚sig·nəl]
(computer science)
A signal produced in a computer when the sum of two digits in the same column equals or exceeds the base of the number system in use or when the difference between two digits is less than zero.
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To make the electric wire carry signals was more, because of the instantaneous transmission of important news.
Mislatel said in a statement on Tuesday that China Telecom's undersea cable would use optical fiber technology to carry signal and digital data, including telephone and internet traffic.
The facility will use optical fiber technology to carry signal and digital data, including telephone and internet traffic, across oceans and seas, it said.
On custom ASIC implementations, an RCA generally has O(n) delay because in the worst case, the carry signal must propagate through n-stages for an n-bit wide adder.
The worst-case delay of the RCA is once a carry signal transition ripples through entire stages of adder sequence from the slightest significant bit to the maximum significant bit, which is approximated by:
For example, with the development of HD technology, companies now require cabling that can carry signal at speeds compatible with HD-SDI sources, which often run as a high as 1.5 Gb/s.
The proposed full adder circuit is represented by three blocks such as module 1 and module 2 are the XNOR modules that generate the sum signal (SUM) and module 3 generates the carry signal ([C.sub.out]).
The difference between a Carry look ahead Adder (CLA) and parallel prefix tree adder is presented in the second stage that make the carry signal fast and makes the binary addition very fast.
The ECS is involved in regulating our neurotransmitters, the chemical messengers that carry signals between our nerve cells and other cells in the body, and affects just about all of our physical and psychological functions.
Antidepressants are thought to improve mood by adjusting levels of neurotransmitters (brain chemicals) that carry signals between brain cells.
Each volunteer underwent a brain scan using a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanning technique called diffusion-tensor imaging to examine differences in white matter fibre tracts - which carry signals between different areas of the brain.