data rate


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the rate at which circuits or other devices operate when handling digital information

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To work within practical data rate limits, video conferencing software usually gives you a small window, reduced frame rates and lower audio quality.
Enabling wireless multi-gigabit data rates at the lowest power and lowest cost ever achieved is a tremendous advantage of the emerging CMOS based 60GHz technology," said Dr.
While data rate performance is typically a function of the tape speed, helical recording produces effective tape-to-head speeds similar to linear recording, enabling acceptable data rates.
With traditional parallel SCSI, all protocol timings are fixed and unable to increase as data rates increase.
The device will support Ethernet, Fibre Channel, InfiniBand and SONET/SDH standards with different data rate options.
New Amplifier Offers 50% PAE for Longer Battery Life in Handset, Non-Handset Applications, Supports 2- and 3-Mbps Data Rates / 100m Ranges
5 million in additional funding under the second phase of DARPA's Advanced Speech Encoding (ASE 2) program to develop a noise-robust, ultra-low data rate vocoder for more efficient and effective radio communications.
The PETracer Gen2 Summit includes support for the new data rate of 5 Gb/s per lane.
The ESTeem 195Ep will allow municipalities, state and federal agencies to deploy rapid response, high data rate network Ethernet applications to serve first responders in time of emergency and natural disaster.
0 chips, which will see dramatically increased shipments in 2006, offer the option of a significantly higher data rate than previously possible.
MiraLink Corporation, the proven expert in remote disaster recovery solutions, today introduced the Data Rate Management Log (DRML) to provide Windows administrators with an easy-to-use and affordable tool to accurately determine the exact rate of data change on a server.