BYTE

A binary string which is normally of 8 bits.

Byte

8 bits or 256 discrete items of information such as colour, brightness etc. One full frame of CCIR 601 requires just under 1Mb of storage. One full frame of HD/24p video requires about nine times the storage.

Byte

One byte exists of 8 bits. One byte can represent 256 characters, numbers or colour values

byte

A number of binary bits, usually eight, that represent one numeric or alphabetic character.
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Byte

The byte t is a unit of digital information in computing and telecommunications that most commonly consists of eight bits. Historically, the byte was the number of bits used to encode a single character of text in a computer and for this reason it is the smallest addressable unit of memory in many computer architectures. The size of the byte has h...
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Byte

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Binary data packet made up of 8 bits. A byte can represent values between 0 and 255. It can depict 256 symbols, numbers or colours. In the computer field, larger byte size is described using the prefix letter for the abbreviation of the exponent of 2. Therefore:
1 Kilobyte = 1 KB = 1,024 bytes
1 Megabyt...
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Byte

(NETWORK GLOSSARY) A series of consecutive binary digits that are operated upon as a unit (for example, an eight bit byte).
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Byte

- Eight bits that are able to represent any eight-digit number from 0 to the 256th decimal (or from 00000000 to 11111111 binary). A megabyte is 1024 kilobytes (1,048,576 bytes), and a gigabyte is one billion 8-bit bytes (1,073,741,824 bytes). See also bit.
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byte

noun a sequence of 8 bits (enough to represent one character of alphanumeric data) processed as a single unit of information
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Byte

[dinghy] The Byte is a small one-design sailing dinghy sailed by one person. It is was designed by Canadian Ian Bruce, who also commissioned and marketed the Laser. ==History== The Byte began as an inexpensive version of the Europe dinghy that could target sailors weighing between 45 kilograms and 65 kilograms (100 pounds to 145 pounds). ==...
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Byte

[magazine] Byte magazine was an American microcomputer magazine, influential in the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s because of its wide-ranging editorial coverage. Whereas many magazines from the mid-1980s had been dedicated to the MS-DOS (PC) platform or the Mac, mostly from a business or home user`s perspective, Byte covered developme...
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Byte

[retailer] Byte [Computer Superstores Ltd] was a retail venture of Specialist Computer Holdings Ltd in the United Kingdom which from 1993 sold primarily computer hardware, software and accessories in large stores on retail parks, (similar to PC World). The company was acquired by PC World in 1998 who re-branded or closed each store - leavin...
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byte

A binary clement string functioning as a unit. Eight-bit bytes are most common. Also called a 'character'.
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Byte

A byte is a set of 8 bits that represent a single character.
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Byte

a byte refers to 8 bits of binary data stored within a computer's memory or on a data storage medium
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Byte

A collection of 8 bits that make up a character. When referring to RAM (random access memory), it in
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Byte

A group of 8 bits.
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Byte

A group of 8 bits. This is a convenient grouping for computers because the main computer character codes both fit into an 8-bit format. See ASCII, EBCDIC
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byte

A group of adjacent bits, commonly 4, 6 or 8, operating as a unit for the storage and manipulation of data in a computer. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Byte

A group of binary digits that combine to make a word. Generally 8 bits. Half byte is called a nibble. Large computers use 32 bits and 64 bits.In order to remove the confusion between the SI abbreviations (such as kilo) and the definition used in computing a new system was devloped and published in 1999.NameAbbreviationFactorkibiKi210 = 1...
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byte

A group of eight bits. (MIDI bytes consist of ten bits because each byte includes a start bit and a stop bit, with eight bits in the middle to convey information.)
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Byte

A grouping of eight information bits.
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Byte

A logical collection of 8 bits and the basic unit of storage in computers, details ...
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Byte

A sequence of 8 bits of data, established as a standard parcel of information in computing because it can designate any of 63 possible items (2 raised to the 8th power, minus 1). This number is sufficient to uniquely specify any letter in the English alphabet, any single Arabic numeral, and a group of commonly used symbols. For that reason, the byt...
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Byte

A series of bits of data, usually 8 or 16 bits, that are handled as a unit.
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