sync signal

sync signal

[′siŋk ‚sig·nəl]
(communications)
A signal transmitted after each line and field to synchronize the scanning process in a television or facsimile receiver with that of the receiver. Also known as synchronizing signal.
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It offers a1080p 60/50p video output and incorporates an external sync signal input connector as well as BBS (Black Burst Sync) and tri-level sync, facilitating flexible system construction ready to handle virtually any application or venue.
For example, Figure 7 shows the sensor timing, timing simulation in figure DSP, the sensor line synchronizing signal and the pixel sync signal is strictly controlled, the output signal of SIG.
The ADC is triggered by a rising edge of SYNC signal but after a release its work is delayed for the time [T.sub.d] (1 ms fixed).
Modulation : Pulse Code Modulation ; Sync Signal : Pseudo Random Sync Code Generator Error Check Code : Off - Odd - Even - Hamming Operating Mode : Fast : 320 KHz / channel approximately Slow : 1.9 Hz / channel approximately ; Test Points : 50 nos ; 4 Nos of Switched faults for different Error Check Options Power Supply : 110-220 V, A10%, 50 Hz
The CM for the SD Card has 4 pins in total which are: The "Chip Select" pin or CS that is an input pin to the SD Card, the MOSI pin that is an output pin of the SD Card, the MISO that is an input pin of the SD Card, and finally a pin to the sync signal SCLK.
In this manner that, for example node D for sending start, transmit SYNC signal for node E and node E is awaiting for response in this state and it does not send any data until the signal relates to sending end, receive data from node D.
A useful rear-panel output SYNC signal goes to its active state when the generator output frequency and level have settled within specification after a step change during sweep.
During playback, a sync signal is generated and compared with the detected drum rotation, which, in turn, is controlled so that it remains constant and in phase.
Soares discussed the need for a sync signal to ensure that all A/D converters are aligned to the same master clock cycle.
Power and stereo sync signal are provided through a 3-pin connector terminal, enabling simple in-field connections.
Sync signal power and frequency error are among the measurements that can be made OTA.
The advanced BiCMOS design features low operating current, adjustable operating frequency up to 1 MHz, adjustable soft-start and a bi-directional SYNC signal that allows the oscillator to be locked to an external clock or other controller ICs for noise-sensitive applications.