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SCSI synchronous mode

A data transfer mode in which each byte of data transferred does not require an acknowledgment. Contrast with SCSI asynchronous mode.
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As is known [2], the stable synchronous modes of SM can be analyzed on the basis of the use of equivalent circuits, but under the conditions of non-synchronous rotation of the rotor, even in steady state, the electromagnetic processes occurring in the electric circuits of the motor are dynamic.
(2) The CHNN continued to update in the synchronous mode until it reached a fixed point or a cycle.
The importance of technology component in a blended synchronous mode is stressed by other researchers in the literature.
In the synchronous mode, the [C.sub.1] - [C.sub.7] and [C.sub.2]-[C.sub.8] form chemical bond simultaneously and no charge transfer is observed.
Data rates are available at 4 Mbps per channel in synchronous mode and 800 Kbps per channel in asynchronous mode.
Somacher] present a cooperative platform called C/Webtop that allows the interactive use of different kinds of applications in a synchronous mode. The access to the collaborative sessions of the platform is possible from different kinds of (fixed or mobile) terminals and (wired and wireless) networks.
The mean sentence per person in synchronous mode is 26.31 sentences and 51 sentences in asynchronous mode.
In synchronous mode, block level data transactions or Input/Output (I/O) requests are committed to one or more remote storage systems prior to sending a write acknowledgement back to the primary unit.
Oxford Semiconductor's OXmPC1954 Quad UART and 3.3V PCI interface handles serial data rates up to 15Mbps in asynchronous mode and 60Mbps in synchronous mode. The device integrates font high-performance UART channels, a 3.3 V PCI interface and a local bus/IEEE1284 port in a 160 LQFP package.

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