synchronous operation


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synchronous operation

[′siŋ·krə·nəs ‚äp·ə′rā·shən]
(electronics)
An operation that takes place regularly or predictably with respect to the occurrence of a particular event in another process.
In particular, an operation whose timing is controlled by pulses generated by an electronic clock.
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Semi-synchronous remote copy operation is an attempt to reduce the performance penalty of synchronous operation and to extend the distance that can be supported.
The unparalleled security offered by the synchronous operation of geographically dispersed authentication centers is, in id-Confirm's opinion, an important facet in the ever-increasing battle against computer information hacking, theft of identity information, and fraudulent use of another's identity.
84 Mcps and will support asynchronous and synchronous operation incorporating the concepts of all the 3G Direct Sequence proposals to the ITU.
A single module can drive eight total modules to create synchronous operation on a sample-by-sample basis.
84 Mcps and supports asynchronous and synchronous operation.
Increased performance in IBM 3270 environments, SDLC flag compression, and EIA lead-state transfer for special sync applications make the MACH DS plus an obvious solution for environments requiring synchronous operation.
OneNAND Flash is the first monolithic NAND device to exceed 30MB/s sustained read performance by having synchronous operation, resulting in a level of performance that is six times greater than the nearest competitive offering.
Utilities require constant and virtually instantaneous communications to keep generating facilities in synchronous operation and to keep transmission lines from overloading.
The device also offers synchronous operation mode for a multi-channel source and uses a special algorithm to generate high-speed, highly accurate, digital stream signals.
Explanation of Terms) (1) SDRAM (Synchronous DRAM): A high-speed DRAM that has a synchronous operation with a clock signal.
The LM2655 has a low-side FET driver that allows the use of an external FET for synchronous operation.
An initial contribution to the new OASIS Biometrics Technical Committee will be the NIST Specification for WS-Biometric Devices (WS-BD), which defines a REST-based framework for deploying and invoking core synchronous operations via lightweight Web service protocols for the command and control of biometric sensors.

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