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Englisch - Türkisch
(Tıp) senkronöz
zaman uyumlu
(Bilgisayar) zamanuyumlu
(Askeri) eş zaman
eş zamanlı
{s} aynı frekanslı
aynı gidişle isleyen
aynı frekansta olan
(Tıp) Aynı zamanda meydana gelen, senkron
aynı zamanda vaki olan
dünya ile aynı yörüngede hareket eden synchronous motor değişik akımın frekansına göre hızını ayarlayan motor
zamanuyumlu zaman uyumlu
{s} aynı yörüngede hareket eden
{s} aynı zamanlı
synchronous modem
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) eşzamanlı modem
synchronous operations
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) eşzamanlı işlemler
synchronous computer
eşzamanlı bilgisayar
synchronous converter
senkronize çevirici
synchronous motor
senkronize motor
synchronous operation
senkronize operasyon
synchronous speed
senkron hız
synchronous system
eşzamanlı jüye
synchronous working
eşzamanlı çalışma
synchronous clock
senkron saat
synchronous generator
senkron jeneratör
synchronous machine
eşzamanlı makine, senkron makine
synchronous satellite
senkron uydu, eşlemeli uydu
synchronous system
eşzamanlı sistem
synchronous transmission
eşzamanlı gönderme
synchronous belt
kaymasız kayış
synchronous communication
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) senkron iletişim
synchronous communication
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) eşzamanlı iletişim
synchronous computer
eszamanli bilgisayar
synchronous condenser
senkron kapasitör
synchronous converter
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) senkron çevirici
synchronous converter
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) eşzamanlı çevireç
synchronous data transmission
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) eşzamanlı veri gönderimi
synchronous demodulator
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) senkron demodulator
synchronous digital data
(Askeri) senkron sayısal veri
synchronous digital hierarchy
senkronize sayısal hiyerarşi
synchronous generator
senkron ac üreteci
synchronous hermaphrodite
(Denizbilim) eşanlı erselik
synchronous hermaphrodite
(Denizbilim) eşanlı erdişi
synchronous idle character
uyum karakteri
synchronous induction motor
senkronize asenkron motor
synchronous induction motor
(Elektrik, Elektronik) senkronize endüksiyon motor
synchronous machine
senkron makine
synchronous machine
eşzamanlı makine
synchronous machines
senkron makineler
synchronous modem
eszamanli modem
synchronous motor
eşleme motor
synchronous motor
senkron motor
synchronous operation
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) eşzamanlı operasyon
synchronous operations
eszamanli islemler
synchronous optical network
(Askeri) eş zamanlı optik ağ
synchronous pluton
senkronize plüton
synchronous pluton
eşzamanlı plüton
synchronous satellite
eşlemeli uydu
synchronous satellite
senkron uydu
synchronous time division multiplexer
(Askeri) eşzamanlı zaman bölmeli çoklayıcı
eş zamanlı olarak
binary synchronous transmission
ikili eşzamanlı gönderme
be synchronous
senkronize olmak
binary synchronous communication
ikili eszamanli iletim
self synchronous unit
(Askeri) SENKRON: Bak. "synchro"
eşzamanlı olarak
tachometric or synchronous sights
(Askeri) Bak "bomb sighting systems"
Englisch - Englisch
At the same time, at the same frequency
A type of two-way communication with virtually no time delay, allowing participants to respond in real time
Occurring at the same time Synchronous communication requires that participants be connected to the communication device at the same time
Synchronous literally means "at the same time," but in spectrum analysis, synchronous components are defined as spectral components that are integral multiples, or harmonics, of a fundamental frequency They may in some cases exist as multiples of an integral fraction of the fundamental frequency, in which case they are called sub harmonics
Happening at the same time; simultaneous
"a synchronous set of clocks"; "the synchronous action of a bird's wings in flight"; "synchronous oscillations" (digital communication) pertaining to a transmission technique that requires a common clock signal (a timing reference) between the communicating devices in order to coordinate their transmissions
A type of communication that occurs in real-time An example of synchronous communication is a chat room
occurring or existing at the same time or having the same period or phase; "recovery was synchronous with therapy"- Jour
Transmission in which the data character and bits are transmitted at a fixed rate with the transmitter and receiver being synchronized
1) Pertaining to an event that happens, exists, or arises at precisely the same time as another event 2) Pertaining to an operation that occurs regularly or predictably with regard to the occurrence of a specified event in another process; for example the calling of an input/output routine that receives control at a precoded location in a program
Data communications in which transmissions are sent at a fixed rate, with the sending and receiving devices synchronized
"a synchronous set of clocks"; "the synchronous action of a bird's wings in flight"; "synchronous oscillations"
A type of message passing where the sending task waits for a reply before continuing processing For more information see the Cogent White Paper: Synchronous & Asynchronous Messages
A transmission procedure by which the bit and character stream are slaved to accurately synchronized clocks, both at the receiving and sending end
{s} occurring at the same time, simultaneous, coincident, concurrent, contemporaneous
(adj ) See also "asynchronous " Coinciding in time (Also called "real-time" Synchronous communication technologies require the simultaneous participation of the communicating parties Internet Chat and the bullhorn are two examples of synchronous communication technologies Neither is very effective if no listeners are present at the moment that the speaker holds forth
A method of transmitting data in which the data elements are sent at a specific rate so that start and stop characters are not needed Used by older modems, AmEx PIP terminals, etc Compare to Asynchronous
Transmissions of data at a fixed rate, eliminating the need for start and stop bits, because the receiver and transmitter work at the same rate
When two events are synchronous, one event must be completed for another event to occur
(digital communication) pertaining to a transmission technique that requires a common clock signal (a timing reference) between the communicating devices in order to coordinate their transmissions
Two-way communication, happening at the same time Internet chat rooms and desktop video conferencing systems are examples of synchronous communication involving computer technology
happening at the same time In the case of virtual worlds, this is true of interactive communication
The transmission of data between a transmitting and receiving device occurs as a series of zeros and ones For the data to be "read" correctly, the receiving device must begin reading at the proper point in the series In synchronous communication, this coordination is accomplished by synchronizing the transmitting and receiving devices to a common clock signal (see Asynchronous)
Synchronous can refer to: (1) A communications method that transmits a group of characters as a block of data rather than as individual characters (2) A reference to the fact that two different data streams are tied, or synchronized, to a single reference clock (3) Data transmitted in a time-division multiplexer
occurring or existing at the same time or having the same period or phase; "recovery was synchronous with therapy"- Jour A M A ; "a synchronous set of clocks"; "the synchronous action of a bird's wings in flight"; "synchronous oscillations"
Occurring at the same time In a synchronous class, learners and the instructor in different locations use such technologies as instructional television or Web-based chat rooms to interact simultaneously
A form of communication transmission with a direct timing relationship between input and output signals The transmitter and receiver are in sync and signals are sent at a fixed rate Information is sent in multibyte packets It is faster than asynchronous character transmission, since start and stop bits are not required It is used for mainframe-to-mainframe and faster workstation transmission
if two or more things are synchronous, they happen at the same time or work at the same speed (synchronos, from , from syn- ( SYN-) + chronos )
A communication method in which the data flows continuously, without start and stop bits and the receiver must synchronize to the timing of the transmitter
Having a specific relationship to a time base or clock In synchronous communications, data characters are sent according to a timing signal which synchronizes the two communicating devices
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in online learning, an event in which all of the participants are online at the same time and communicating with one another For example, an instructor might schedule a guest lecturer to take question at a particular time; all interested people would connect with the lecture when the guest is online Contrast with
This term, meaning 'coinciding in time', refers to communication which is carried out with all parties present at the same time, but not necessarily in the same physical location For example, a face-to-face or telephone conversation, a videoconference, and a chat-room discussion are all forms of synchronous communication
Type of transmission in which the transmission and reception of all data is synchronized by a common clock and the data is usually transmitted in blocks rather than individual characters Can also mean that the data stream has the same capacity in both directions
synchronous orbit
A satellite orbit where the orbital period is equal to, or multiples of, the Earth’s rotational period; i.e. making one, two, three, etc., orbits in a 24-hour period
Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory
Random Access Memory that can be adjusted and synchronized with the speed of the computer clock, SDRAM
Synchronous Optical Network
(Internet) SONET, standard for synchronous data transfer through optical media (allows interconnection of different types of optical systems)
synchronous communication
transmission of characters at a set synchronized rate
synchronous converter
electrical converter consisting of a synchronous machine that converts alternating to direct current or vice versa
synchronous motor
synchronous motor
A motor having a speed directly proportional to the frequency of the alternating-current power that operates it
synchronous motor
electric motor in which the speed of rotation is proportional to the frequency of the A
synchronous operation
operations that are initiated predictably by a clock
synchronous orbit
A geostationary orbit
in synchrony; in a synchronous manner; "in four-chambered hearts, the two auricles move synchronously
In a synchronous manner; an action as carried out with synchrony; in phase or at the same time
simultaneously, coincidentally, concurrently, contemporaneously