data rate


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Noun1.data rate - the rate at which circuits or other devices operate when handling digital information
rate - a magnitude or frequency relative to a time unit; "they traveled at a rate of 55 miles per hour"; "the rate of change was faster than expected"
channel capacity - the maximum data rate that can be attained over a given channel
Translations
데이타 비율
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The PCIe link consists of two low-voltage, differentially driven pairs of signals (a transmit pair and a receive pair) and similar to SAS, uses an embedded data clock with the 8b/10b encoding scheme to produce very high data rates while maintaining signal integrity.
Unfortunately, our broadband Internet connections do not come anywhere close to this data rate.
The point-to-point systems can deliver a data rate of up to 32 Mbps and a line-of-sight range of up to 66 kilometres (41 miles).
Ecma Standard Specifies Low-Cost, Short-Range, Energy and Spectrum Efficient Radio for Applications that Require Multi-Gigabit Data Rates
From the latest technology roadmaps, both disk drive and tape cartridge capacities are growing faster than their corresponding data rates and are projected to do so through the year 2012.
While current data rates of individual tips are limited to the kilobits-per-second range, which amounts to a few megabits for an entire array, faster electronics will allow the levers to be operated at considerably higher rates.
Lumera's wireless bridge offers high data rate transmission at low cost in an integrated solution, while avoiding the expense of digging and laying optical fiber.
Ultrium provides a native capacity of 100GB per cartridge and up to 16MB/sec data rate.
Prior to that, he was involved with several start-up companies developing CMOS RF ICs for WLAN, GPS and high data rate wireless in UNII bands.