clock cycle

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clock cycle

n. Computers
The interval of time between two pulses of a system clock.
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Incorrect clock signal amplitudes and timing can impact reliable digital circuit operation.
In order to optimize power consumption, because the frequency of both POR and volume control signal is low, a suitable clock signal frequency is used to reduce DAC activity, thus decreasing the dynamic switching power.
The pulsed clock signal is used to increase the data rate of the system designed.
Having determined the clock frequencies, a next step is to program the clock signal assignments and code generation using VHDL.
At the next rising edge of clock signal, it jumps to the next state without any condition.
The reset_n signal and the 200 MHz differential clock signal of the Virtex-7 development kit produced by Xilinx can also be traced.
The brain's circadian clock signal originates in a cluster of nerve cells known as the suprachiasmatic nucleus.
The brain's circadian clock signal originates in a cluster of nerve cells - the suprachiasmatic nucleus - but the root of the drive to sleep remains unclear, according to Charles Czeisler, a sleep expert at Harvard Medical School.
To specify a command, the appropriate command and address are launched by the controller approximately when the clock signal is going low (FIGURE 4).