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Word: synchronous

Definition: similarly timed; simultaneous with; occurring at the same time; V. synchronize

Sentences Containing 'synchronous'

"Synchronous" online tutoring involves a shared interface, such that both the tutor and the learner (or a group of learners) are online at the same time.
"Synchronous" or "live" tutoring can provide help at the moment the learner becomes conscious of a problem and logs in.
+ synchronous transmitter; provides supplementary coverage to primary transmitter in Ajax Shopping Mall.
At any given point on the tape, any of the tracks on the recording device can be recording or playing back using sel-sync or Selective Synchronous recording.
Both point-to-point and bus configurations with asynchronous and synchronous data transmission are supported.
Both synchronous (live) and asynchronous online tutoring typically preserve an online record of tutor remarks or a tutoring session.
However, because of the Moon's synchronous rotation it is not possible to track spacecraft much over the limbs of the Moon, and the far-side gravity field is thus only poorly characterized.
However, perennial measurements could be reliable if there were a synchronous phenology driven by a strong seasonal climate.
In computing, DDR3 SDRAM, an abbreviation for double data rate type three synchronous dynamic random access memory, is a modern type of dynamic random access memory (DRAM) with a high bandwidth ("double data rate") interface, and has been in use since 2007.
In the case of Sonnet 146 this influence is found in the vocative address to the "soul", in the synchronous correspondence of argument of Psalm and Sonnet relating to "Feeding" and in the remedying of ills.
In this case a fast discriminator senses the steep onset of the avalanche current across a 50 Ω resistor and provides a digital (CMOS, TTL, ECL, NIM) output pulse, synchronous with the photon arrival time.
In this species, eggs are liberated into the sea in a synchronous spawning event but no fertilisation takes place.
In vector control, an AC induction or synchronous motor is controlled under all operating conditions like a separately excited DC motor.
It is the higher-speed successor to DDR and DDR2 and predecessor to DDR4 synchronous dynamic random access memory (SDRAM) chips.
MCG, on the other hand, treats the heart as a whole organ by transforming the synchronous (and simultaneously collected) multi-cycle electrical data into a mathematical model that can be easily deconstructed into components and then reassembled to obtain a detailed understanding of the real-time in vivo, dynamic interactions between intracardiac blood flow and the myocardium.
Mode S transponders transmit acquisition squitter (unsolicited downlink transmissions) to permit passive acquisition by interrogators with broad antenna beams, where active acquisition may be hindered by all-call synchronous garble.
Online tutoring environments are moving beyond those offered by synchronous and asynchronous discussion technology, as often offered by VLEs.
SCSI-1 features an 8-bit parallel bus (with parity), running asynchronously at 3.5 MB/s or 5 MB/s in synchronous mode, and a maximum bus cable length of 6 meters (just under 20 feet—compared to the 18 inch (0.45 meter) limit of the ATA interface).
SSI is a synchronous, point to point, serial communication channel for digital data transmission.
Synchronous data transmission is one in which the data is transmitted by synchronizing the transmission at the receiving and sending ends using a common clock signal. Since start and stop bits are not present, this allows the use of transmission bandwidth for more message bits and makes the whole transmission process simpler and easier.
Synchronous Serial Interface (SSI) is a widely used serial interface standard for industrial applications between a master (e.g. controller) and a slave (e.g. sensor).
The initial manifestation of MEN2 was medullary thyroid carcinoma in 60% of patients, medullary thyroid carcinoma synchronous with pheochromocytoma in 34% and pheochromocytoma alone in 6%.
The Park transformation has long been widely used in the analysis and study of synchronous and induction machines.
The traction converter plant at Neckarwestheim, which is situated close to the switchgear of block II, has two identical sets, consisting of a three-phase 50 Hz AC motor with 12 poles and a four pole single phase 16.7 Hz AC synchronous generator.
The Unified Emulator Format models software on "cassette" as a contiguous sequence of segments, which may be carrier tones, the modulated asynchronous signals of ordinary data blocks, "security cycles" (modulated synchronous signals, said to be an "identification feature") or "gaps" where no recognised signal is present.
This was a synchronous private memory bus which allowed for simultaneous memory input/output transfers.
Vector control, also called field-oriented control (FOC), is a variable frequency drive (VFD) control method which controls three-phase AC electric motor output by means of two controllable VFD inverter output variables: FOC is a control technique that is used in AC synchronous and induction motor applications that was originally developed for high-performance motor applications which can operate smoothly over the full speed range, can generate full torque at zero speed, and is capable of fast acceleration and deceleration but that is becoming increasingly attractive for lower performance applications as well due to FOC's motor size, cost and power consumption reduction superiority.

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