coded decimal

coded decimal

[′kōd·əd ′des·məl]
(computer science)
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To avoid a large number of decimal to binary conversions, a two-digit stage was used as the basic block for the iterative Binary Coded Decimal (BCD) multiplier.
Mhaidat, "FPGA implementation of binary coded decimal digit adders and multipliers," in Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Mechatronics and its Applications (ISMA '12), Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, April 2012.
Specifically, the IRIG-B 74-b serial time code contains 30 b of binary coded decimal (BCD) time of year data, 17 b of straight binary seconds of day, 9 b for year information, and 18 b for control data.
The units are housed in a full 3U rack chassis with front panel keyboard for manual control, GPIB and parallel binary coded decimal (BCD) interface for remote programming.
The data is then translated (i.e., EBCDIC [extended binary coded decimal interexchange code] to ASCII) before it's moved to the destination server, where it's loaded onto another database for access and analysis by decision-makers.
Field data digitized by the SCADA is sent over a RS485 network to the Mauell digital output (DO128) and binary coded decimal (BCD32) controllers that distribute data to indicating devices across the board.
With the exception of IBM mainframes, which use an 8-bit encoding scheme called EBCDIC (Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code), ASCII has become the standard for all data communications and computers.
One such method uses a coded carrier with a set of small magnets that are polarized to show the pallet number in binary coded decimal (BCD).