service bit

service bit

[′sər·vəs ‚bit]
(communications)
A bit used in data transmission to monitor the transmission rather than to convey information, such as a request that part of a message be repeated.
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Fancy Bear typically used multiple accounts for the URL shortener service Bit.ly to hide the true destination of a link, rerouting a person across several disguised URLs before landing on a malicious site.
HOW much longer are we, the voting British public, going to sit back and watch David Cameron dismantle our health service bit by bit?
WebHostingBuzz CEO, Wayne Reavill, explains how the company has shaped itself over those 12 years; “We didn't think of having a thousand customers or ten thousand customers - we just kept improving our service bit by bit, by any means possible - hardware, software, support team, even the ideology of our business.
"The service bit is absolutely critical," Dawkins says.
Washington, Mar 23 ( ANI ): A popular link-tracking service bit.ly has revealed nine fascinating facts on how people across the globe use social networking site Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc.
It's ironic that this battle coincided with the column because I was about to write about how many things require less customer service these days because we often do the service bit ourselves.
But Thatcherite reforms of the public service bit into doctors' wages and their pay had "fallen" to pounds 361 a week - just about double the pounds 184 average.
If you grow up to do your community service bit for the "Citizens Corps," you earn $10,000 in vouchers "for college, job training, or housing" (see chapter 6).
The length of single CAN frame can range from 64 to 128 bits with service bits taking up more than the actual data in most cases.
FROM: ANOTHER ONLINE GROCERY SERVICE BITES THE DUST
The Eurotel operator uses fewer amounts of service bits in timeslots that is why it reaches data rate of 14.4 kbps.