Anisochronous

In telecommunication, the term anisochronous refers to a periodic signal, pertaining to transmission in which the time interval separating any two corresponding transitions is not necessarily related to the time interval separating any other two transitions. It can also pertain to a data transmission in which there is always a whole number of unit
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anisochronous

qualifying a time-varying phenomenon, a time-scale or a signal the consecutive significant instants of which are separated by time intervals which are not all constrained to have the same rated duration or to have rated durations equal to integral multiples of a unit duration NOTE - The term 'asynchronous' with a different meaning is used in the te
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anisochronous

qualifying a time-varying phenomenon, a time-scale, or a signal the consecutive significant instants of which are separated by time intervals which are not constrained to have the same rated duration or to have rated durations equal to integral multiples of a unit duration
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anisochronous

qualifying a time varying phenomenon, a time scale or a signal the consecutive signifi??nt instants of which are separated by time intervals which are not all constrained to have the same rated duration or to have rated durations equal to a unit duration or to integral multiples of a unit duration
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