circulating register

circulating register

[′sər·kyə‚lād·iŋ ′rej·ə·stər]
(computer science)
A shift register in which data move out of one end and reenter the other end, as in a closed loop.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Designed specifically for terrestrial digital TV broadcasting, the new frequency synthesizer uses a "circulating register" modulator, which has lower noise than conventional delta-sigma modulators.
The new "circulating registers" modulator from Fujitsu Laboratories features an innovative circuit design in which seven registers are lined up in parallel, resulting in accurate reception of 3/7th MHz frequency intervals that are used in terrestrial digital TV broadcasts in Japan, which makes possible an efficient 1/7th MHz multiplier needed for terrestrial digital TV broadcasts in Japan.
The new "circulating registers" modulator from Fujitsu Laboratories features an innovative circuit design in which seven (7) registers are lined up in parallel, resulting in accurate reception of 3/7th MHz frequency intervals that are used in terrestrial digital TV broadcasts in Japan, which makes possible an efficient 1/7th MHz multiplier needed for terrestrial digital TV broadcasts in Japan.