paging rate

paging rate

[′pāj·iŋ ‚rāt]
(computer science)
The number of pages per second moved by virtual storage between main storage and the page data set.
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Thus, the same design can be used for different data rates by using a simple software control line (tri-state) to change the paging rate. Additionally, the lower component count in a direct-downconversion receiver helps toward the miniaturization of the pager unit.