page mode

page mode

(hardware, storage)

page mode

(hardware)
An operation mode of video terminals like the IBM 3270, in which the terminal only sends a completed input screen (page) to the host instead of sending each character as the keys are pressed.
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Limited Tenders are invited for Ic Flash 128Mb Page Mode 3V 56-Tsop Smd - 312.
With an industry-standard parallel interface to current high performance microprocessors, the FM21L16 features a high-speed page mode that enables a peak bandwidth of 80 MBps.
The page mode supplies insight into the waveforms being captured.
To provide a convenient interface to current high-performance microprocessors, the FM20L08 includes a high-speed page mode that allows a 4-byte burst read or write operation at much higher bus speeds than a conventional random access memory.
The 64Mb and 128Mb modules offer Flash devices with page mode, burst mode, and concurrent read capabilities.
The new FCRAMs can be operated in page mode after the initial power-on.
Both FCRAMs have Page Mode operation which, according to the company, improves performance when consecutive address access occurs within the same page.
The appearance of the bits depends on screen size and resolution and on the specific software used, and it can be changed easily and often as a result of user options such as window size, zooming, or switching between draft and page mode.
The ValueRAM line, which will be available through Tech Data and a toll-free phone number (below), will include most industry-standard memory modules, including SDRAM PC66, SDRAM PC100, Fast Page Mode, EDO and SODIMM.
Automatic spacing is updated continually during the notation process in page mode, so the appearance of the score on the desktop always remains current.
This glossary gives comprehensive explanations of such diverse memory buzzwords as ECC, Fast Page Mode, refresh rates, SDRAM and parity.
Page mode, which allows a single spreadsheet file to contain multiple pages, with each page as a fresh spreadsheet.