register length

register length

[′rej·ə·stər ¦leŋkth]
(computer science)
The number of digits, characters, or bits, which a register can store.
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The count of primitive polynomials with different base p and register length L is shown in table 3.
Implementation issues, such as which type of digital filter to use, accuracy of quantized samples, fixed or floating point processing and finite register length computations are discussed.
The resulting BSDL file describes the boundary-scan characteristics of the device including scan register length, ID code (if present), instruction codes, and I/O lists.