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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.

serialize

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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Recipharm's other facilities across Europe will also be ready to release fully serialised products to Europe by the end of the year, two months ahead of the EU FMD deadline in February 2019.
Mathrubhumi retracted the serialised novel 'Meesha' after allegations of hurting religious statements surfaced, with regards to a specific paragraph of the book.
Hareesh, and serialised in the past two weeks in the weekly, has been withdrawn.
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"I don't think we'll be more serialised. At times, we maybe got a little more serialized than we would've liked.
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In the first extract from her autobiography serialised in a national newspaper, Mrs Blair disclosed that her husband would have stood down as Prime Minister before the 2005 general election if Mr Brown had been prepared to back his public service reforms.
A LITTLE-READ Scottish broadsheet "serialised" a book purportedly about me yesterday.
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