system bandwidth

system bandwidth

[′sis·təm ′band‚width]
(control systems)
The difference between the frequencies at which the gain of a system is √2/2 (that is, 0.707) times its peak value.
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The new lower-cost offerings promise a 25%-50% increase in system bandwidth over similar K2 Lx0 storage configurations; 10 times the number of client connections supported by a single K2 iSCSI server; a third level of QoS providing dedicated system bandwidth for time-critical production editing activities; 20%-40% reduction in total cost of ownership; and increased storage capacities for production and nearline storage systems.
With RAID 6 enabled, users can achieve and maintain full system bandwidth in both reads and writes.
The MXI-Express controllers, the NI PXIe-PCIe836x, and the NI PXIe-ExpressCard8360 also can be used for desktop PC and laptop computer control of PXI Express systems with up to 250 MB/s of cabled system bandwidth.
In addition, the TCI6482 is the first DSP to offer a serial Rapid I/O interconnect for scalable connectivity, higher system bandwidth, and reduced latency and overhead for packet data processing.
The total system bandwidth is 640 kHz, with channel bandwidth from 150 Hz through 200 kHz adjustable on a per module basis.
There are six signal module slots in the mainframe with an optional extension to 12, providing up to 72 synchronously sampled channels per system, The total system bandwidth is 640 kHz, with channel bandwidth from 150 Hz through 200 kHz, adjustable on a per module basis.
Intel has proposed a model called "Constant Computing," wherein increasing the system bandwidth is a mechanism to boost the system's utility, increase reliability, and reduce overall maintenance costs.
Using a similar approach but allowing the system bandwidth of the NPR measurement to vary, it can be shown that the measured NPR (full complement of carders throughout the system bandwidth) is independent of the system bandwidth.
This quadruples the system bandwidth that can be achieved in AdvancedTCA systems.
Optional add-on components add I/O bandwidth, in-rack storage or additional system bandwidth for scalability up to 32 processors in a single, shared-memory system.
A high-performance, pipelined and parallel architecture featuring a three-stage processing queue is designed to always get the most out of available system bandwidth.
Ingot Systems has spent over three years in the development of memory controller technology featuring its unique architecture that uses an advanced scheduling algorithm and a low-latency memory interface to provide guaranteed high system bandwidth.