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bit stream

or bit·stream (bĭt′strēm′)
n. Computers
The transmission of binary digits as a simple, unstructured sequence of bits.

bitstream

(ˈbɪtˌstriːm)
n
(Computer Science) computing a sequence of digital data transmitted electronically
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Emmy(r)-Winning Compliance Bitstreams Expanded to Cover All
Sarnoff Corporation announced today three new sets of tools for its Compliance Bitstreams, an Emmy(r)-winning suite of tests for evaluating the performance of digital/high definition television (DTV/HDTV) receivers and cable TV converters.
Further information on Sarnoff Compliance Bitstreams is available from Tom Lento Sarnoff Corporation (609) 734-3178 FAX (609) 734-2040 tlento@sarnoff.
All three devices will accept designs directly from FLEX 8000 bitstreams, with absolutely no re-design, resynthesis, NRE charges or customer-side test vector generation.
Since the CL8000 architecture supports the same coarse-grained logic as the FLEX 8000 architecture, the FLEX 8000 bitstreams can be directly converted to a LASIC implementation without any re-design or re-synthesis.
ClearShot Automatic Bitstream Conversion Process - The ClearShot bitstream conversion process automatically converts Altera FLEX 8000 bitstreams to LASIC laser configuration instructions in less than an hour.
Sarnoff ATSC Compliance Bitstreams Cover All ATSC Digital TV
The ATSC Compliance Bitstreams allow receiver manufacturers, broadcasters, and makers of computer video boards to determine whether their products will reliably decode complex digital SDTV and HDTV signals across the full array of 18 ATSC formats.
Font Navigator is the latest addition to Bitstreams family of products for Windows users and desktop publishers," said Rob Abreu, director of type technologies product marketing of Bitstream Inc.
Font Navigator is available for a free 30-day trial download by accessing Bitstreams Font Navigator home page at http://www.
LAS VEGAS, Nevada--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 15, 1996--The David Sarnoff Research Center unveiled a series of enhancements to its MPEG Video Compliance Bitstreams at the National Association of Broadcasters convention here.
Available for more than a year, current Sarnoff compliance bitstreams already enjoy widespread market acceptance and use among digital broadcasters, equipment manufacturers, and test and measurement providers.