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serialize

[′sir·ē·ə‚līz]
(computer science)
To convert a signal suitable for parallel transmission into a signal suitable for serial transmission, consisting of a sequence of bits.
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serialize

To convert a parallel signal made up of one or more bytes into a serial signal that transmits one bit after the other.
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