self-clocking

self-clocking

Recording of digital data on a magnetic medium such that the clock pulses are intrinsically part of the recorded signal. A separate timer clock is not required. Phase encoding is a commonly used self-clocking recording technique.
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[this eliminates] the need for an external clock, creating a self-clocking signal." (2)
Over the past few years, serial-bus technology has advanced the computer industry because serial buses send self-clocking bit streams that eliminate skew associated with parallel buses.
Serial architecture connections consist of a single pair of transmission signals that contain an embedded clock for self-clocking, enabling the clock speed to be easily scaled and to wrap data bits into individual packets to achieve data transfers up to 30 times faster than what parallel technology can provide.
In order to ensure reliable transmission, the TDM interface, which converts the TDM data stream to fiber, supports a self-clocking code using a pulse-width modulation scheme that converts TDM clock information to a format suitable for fiber-optic communication.--Metrobility
Self-clocking or external clocking for tighter cutoff-frequency control is available.
Current TCP implementations are strictly self-clocking, i.e., packet transmissions are paced by the reception of ACK packets from the receiver.
The Model 93 provides full duplex synchronous serial data communication from 150 to 19,200 baud using a Manchester Encoded self-clocking signal.
"An important differentiation is that all serial interfaces are self-clocking, so unlike parallel SCSI, data rates can be pushed higher and higher." This adoption must be a new record for T10, which is well known for agonizing over standards acceptance.
A self-clocking conversion enables the operation of the ADC to be independent of the shift clock frequency.