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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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Either serialize now or risk losing market share within a few years.
market but for other world markets; therefore there's a need for a standard way in which we serialize our product, and also standards around things such as frequencies for the RFID tags, and standards around how we will generate pedigrees and populate those pedigrees and exchange serialized information.
Also, our scenario took liberty with its assumptions, and posits that 12-24 months are needed to serialize a line.