maximum operating frequency


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maximum operating frequency

[′mak·sə·məm ′äp·ə‚rād·iŋ ‚frē·kwən·sē]
(computer science)
The highest rate at which the modules perform iteratively and reliably.
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A set of experiments with the developed neural chip shows the decrease of the maximum operating frequency allowed in function of the quantity of neurons.
Input sensitivity is typically less than -15 dBm for the 13 GHz versions, -12 dBm for the 25 GHz versions and -10 dBm for the 50 GHz versions, up to the maximum operating frequency. Output power is maintained at a level of > 0 dBm for single-ended operation and > 6 dBm for differential operation.
Researchers at Lincoln Laboratory, however, say the new MODFET's maximum operating frequency is comparable to what they have achieved with a device called the permeable base transistor (PBT), which consists of metallic, comb-like teeth embedded in gallium arsenide layer.
Maximum operating frequency is determined by the financial possibilities of the client for the year.
As maximum operating frequency is reduced for 2nd and 3rd stages, transistor's sizes are also reduced.
The new series use the F2MC-8FX CISC CPU, which offers industry-leading class performance of 8-bit microcontrollers in the industry, with a maximum operating frequency of 16.25 MHz and a minimum instruction time of 61.5 nanoseconds, thus enabling more instructions to be executed per cycle compared to other vendors' microcontrollers.
The SH2 CPU core has a maximum operating frequency of 125 MHz and a high processing performance of 163 MIPS, enabling the high-speed execution of TCP/IP and similar protocol processing and the implementation of high performance systems.
The 145ML cable has a characteristic impedance of 50 [ohm] and a maximum operating frequency of 36 GHz.
CPU: ARMA CortexA-M0 ; Maximum operating frequency is 20 MHz, Low pin count: 64 pins, 8-channel 10-bit AD converter, which can convert signals from various sensors.
For harmonic measurements, the analyzer should have a frequency range three times greater than the maximum operating frequency of the PA to adequately capture the power in the 3rd harmonic of the maximum operating frequency.
The maximum operating frequency of the component is between these two values.
Users also receive Fmax (maximum operating frequency) estimates of their design that can be achieved by applying the recommendations Fast Forward Compilation provides.

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