communication speed

communication speed

[kə‚myü·nə′kā·shən ‚spēd]
(communications)
The rate at which information is transmitted over a communications channel, adjusted for redundancies.
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Based on this result, the throughput of the relay link (total communication speed from the terminal to the base station) is calculated, and a relay terminal capable of generating the highest speed is selected.
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For optimal speech generation, the research-based software offers a breadth of communication and personalization tools that increase communication speed.
The service aims to achieve communication speed of 10Gbps or greater, enabling higher-definition video transmission and a range of additional benefits such as increased terminal penetration and the sharp rise in traffic by offering more than one thousand times the capacity of Long term Evolution.
It is equipped with multicore processors and graphics co-processors with inter-processor communication speed of 40 Gbps.
The series includes auto communication speed identification, network voltage monitoring, and status flag monitoring functions.
Field tests are to be completed in Tokyo, Japan, with items including data communication speed measurements, operational frequency propagation, HD TV streaming and testing of a number of Internet applications.
The trials verified Mobile WiMAX functionality in an urban environment, demonstrating practical communication speed along with basic performance and high-speed handover between base stations.
DX200 DESFire, which features readers that offer 3DES encryption and communication speed up to eight times faster than MIFARE.
The iBurst communication system boasts a stable communications speed of 1 megabit per second, contrary to conventional models whose communication speed slows when several people access at the same time.
This, of course, is because communication speed is limited by the speed of light, in the best case, and much less in the real world when network protocol and routing latency is factored in.

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