synchronous system

synchronous system

[′siŋ·krə·nəs ′sis·təm]
(communications)
A telecommunication system in which transmitting and receiving apparatus operate continuously at substantially the same rate, and correction devices are used, if necessary, to maintain them in a fixed time relationship.
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Planning and building a synchronous system of technical infrastructure and social infrastructure for Yen Binh town and its neighboring areas to become the center of tourism and service development of the province, aiming at grade-IV urban centers 2030.
The synchronous system supports immediate interaction and responses within an acceptable wait period (not more than a few minutes).
formally proved that the PALS system preserves the logical equivalence with a globally-clocked synchronous system as long as above assumptions and rules are observed [9].
This synchronous system has strong ability to adjust when there is speed and load torque errors between two motors.
This property is suitable for a synchronous system, but it will cause high MAI in an asynchronous system, as at any time, the orthogonality cannot be guaranteed.
Featuring the world's first dual synchronous system architecture (*2), PRIMEQUEST combines the reliability and robustness of a mainframe with the economy and flexibility of an open-standard system server.
Students were not required to use the synchronous system to complete the project tasks, but three groups voluntarily chose to use it.
In a traditional synchronous system, a single clock is distributed with as little skew as possible across the clock tree structure.
That is impossible with the synchronous system because the transactions would never occur since everything would have been slowed down to the rate of data transmission to allow the mirroring to keep pace.
At the moment, the budget is only 20 million per year, a derisory sum by comparison with the budget for trans-European transport networks and insufficient faced with the new investment needed due to the large-scale integration of wind farms to the network, enlargement to 27 member states, the extension of the EU's single market for energy to the Balkans (via the Energy Community of South-East Europe) and the extension of the UCTE's (Union for the Co-ordination of Transmission of Electricity) synchronous system to the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) or Mediterranean countries via Med-Link.

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