control bit

control bit

[kən′trōl ‚bit]
(computer science)
A bit which marks either the beginning or the end of a character transmitted in asynchronous communication.
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When the write request wrreq signal is valid, write data to the FIFO, when the full flag wfull is high cannot write data, while triggering DSP interrupt, DSP ready to read the data; When the read request rdreq signal is valid, by EDMA Channel, the DSP begins to read the FIFO data, when read empty flag bit rdempty is high cannot continue to read, while FPGA control bit initialization FIFO, ready to write the next line of data.
In this paper, two types of switching elements are defined to control bit permutation.
- carrying out control bit the charge of the batteries with the culling monoblock - 80 pieces.
The programmable attenuators from Fairview Microwave have integrated TTL driver logic control bit circuitry that ranges from 5 to 10 binary bits depending on the model.
A logarithmic (m, K) barrel shifter is composed of m-bit input data and K select lines that control bit shift operations.
As in the I-P-P-P case, the proposed algorithms not only control bit rates more accurately but achieve higher coding gain compared with the JM rate control algorithm.
"Instead, it is being parcelled up into bite-sized pieces and handed over to private control bit by bit."
The demodulated bits measurement is an important troubleshooting tool for baseband engineers to identify coding, interleaving and power control bit errors.
This requirement is met by providing shadow flip-flops (FFs) in the scan path before each RAM address bit and control bit FF along with just one shadow data FF for the full RAM data register.
According to AMD, Opteron's "x86-64" architecture extends the standard x86 instruction set by adding a new processing mode called "long mode?' Long mode is enabled by a global control bit called LMA (for Long Mode Active).
This problem was solved in DDS by providing a "network control bit" in every frame for each digital data channel.