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Synonyms for octet

the cardinal number that is the sum of seven and one

eight performers or singers who perform together

a set of eight similar things considered as a unit


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eight people considered as a unit

a musical composition written for eight performers

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The MAC address is commonly displayed using hexadecimal code with the six octets separated by colons or hyphens.
The generalized perception of deja vu in the octet is employed by the speaker to explain his specific perception of deja vu in the company of his friend: "So friend, when first I looked upon your face / .
Their Easter tour presents two contrasting works - Mendelssohn's Octet for Strings and Stravinsky's Octet for Wind.
324M standard can be misinterpreted as limiting the number of allowable octets to 256 that a CCSRL-SDU can be comprised of.
The IMTC 3G-324M activity group recently noted that the size of a data unit (CCSRL-SDU) must be limited to 256 octets; however, the maximum size of an NSRP command that packs a CCSRL segment is 2048 octets.
7 GHz) and then display the ray symbols, the octets and then the actual information at the message level.
13 micron SerDes core in pairs, triplets, or octets that can be combined in a very high channel-count chip.