signaling rate


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signaling rate

[′sig·nə·liŋ ‚rāt]
(communications)
The rate at which signals are transmitted.
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While USB 3.0 has the same signaling rate as PCI Express 2.0, like SATA, USB 3.0 is a cabled interface so the technical requirements are more similar to SATA than those of PCI Express.
Scaling from entry-level servers through to high-end systems, the combined architecture will use interoperable links with aggregate bandwidths of 500MB/sec, 2GB/sec, and 6GB/sec and a 2.5Gb/sec "wire" signaling rate. Compatible upgrades to higher performance products are planned for the future.
The new standard, which should be official in March 1998, builds on the Fiber Channel, which offers 800 Mb/s throughput that can be accelerated by boosting the signaling rate to 1.25 Gigabits per second (Gb/s).
Its base signaling rate starts where DS3 leaves off, which turns out to be 50 Mbps when the additional bits for the expended SONET overhead are taken into account.
At Gen 3's signaling rate of 8 Gbps, maximum trace length, given FR4 PCB losses, typically equates to approximately 18", less with connections and vias.
trading after Thursday's interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve and a Fed statement signaling rate hikes will continue.
Shannon's law clearly shows that energy balance limits the signaling rate on a channel, even if the medium itself is ultrawideband.
(Current standards choose the band center to be between 1,700 and 1,800 Hz.) Thus, with a double-sideband transmission scheme, the maximum signaling rate is about 2,400 samples per second.
Signaling rates at 3 recurrence interval thresholds for 35 reportable diseases under surveillance in New York City, New York, USA, 2014-2015 * No.
Today's package designers face gigabit signaling rates running through packages that require alternatives to lumped element modeling.

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