handshaking

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} tokalaş
uyuşma
tokalaşma
{i} el sıkışma
{f} anlaş
tokalaşarak
anlaşma Elsıkışma
{f} anlaş: prep.anlaşarak
hardware handshaking
Donanım Anlaşması
handshake
el sıkışma

Gizli el sıkışmayı biliyor musun? Ne gizli el sıkışması? - Do you know the secret handshake? What secret handshake?

Onun el sıkışması çok güçlü. - His handshake is too strong.

handshake
{i} anlaşma
handshake
el sıkma

Tom'un çok güçlü bir el sıkması var. - Tom has a very strong handshake.

handshake
{f} anlaş
handshake
tokalaşma

Sıkı bir tokalaşmayla ayrıldılar. - They parted with a firm handshake.

Kulübümüzün gizli bir tokalaşması var. - Our club has a secret handshake.

handshake
{i} toka

Ben masonların gizli bir tokalaşması olduğunu duydum. - I hear the Freemasons have a secret handshake.

Kulübümüzün gizli bir tokalaşması var. - Our club has a secret handshake.

handshake
Öntanışma
handshake
{f} tokalaş

Sıkı bir tokalaşmayla ayrıldılar. - They parted with a firm handshake.

Kulübümüzün gizli bir tokalaşması var. - Our club has a secret handshake.

software handshaking
Yazılım Tanıması
İngilizce - İngilizce
Present participle of handshake
A step in a protocol in which information is exchanged between computing processor devices; often as part of the initiation process for communications

I waited for the modems to finish handshaking so I could start transferring the file.

A greeting by clasping hands

A round of handshakings followed the introductions.

This is a method that allows computers or communications equipment to coordinate transmissions This is particularly important in higher speed communications
An exchange of signals allowing communication between two devices, dEnterSoftgned to start or keep the two in synchronization
The process computers and modems go through in order to establish a connection and agree on the speed and protocols for data transmission
The initial negotiation period immediately after a connection is established between two modems This is when the modems agree about how the data will be transmitted (e g , error correction, packet size, etc ) The set of rules they agree on is called the protocol
the exchange of control and status information between two circuits Handshaking is used to coordinate the transfer of data between circuits
The exchange of predetermined signals between 2 modems , computers, or other devices when a connection is established
The electrical exchange of predetermined signals when a connection is made between two modems or other devices carrying data
A procedure performed by modems, terminals, and computers to ver-ify that communication has been correctly established
A communications synchronizing technique carried out before and after any transfer of digital data It consists of a sequence of signals for non-clocked (asynchronous) systems in which a reply is needed to complete a data transfer operation
The signals sent between the computer and the printer to ensure that information is being received correctly
{i} grasping of hands between two people; method of connecting two computers or the coordination of data transfer between them (Computers)
The process of two modems exchanging information via predetermined signals on how they will send data to one another, such as transmission speed, size of data packets, whether the operation will be full or half-duplex, etc This is done prior to Connect See also: negotiation
Exchange of predetermined signals between two devices establishing a connection Usually part of a communications protocol
Symptom of too much programming Most commonly seen among programmers who have just had their program erased by power fluctuations before they could save their program
A set of signals that coordinate the transfer of data from one device to another
The process by which two devices initiate communications Handshaking begins when one device sends a message to another device indicating that it wants to establish a communications channel The two devices then send several messages back and forth that enable them to agree on a communications protocol
A protocol or sequence of signals for controlling the flow of data between devices, which can be hardware implemented or software implemented
A pre-defined exchange of signals enabling modems to establish the data link
A preliminary procedure, usually part of a communications protocol, to establish a connection between devices
A procedure performed by modems, terminals, and computers to verify that communication has been correctly established
An exchange of predetermined signals between two computers or between a computer and a peripheral device such as a modem or a printer Handshaking allows the computer to ascertain whether another device is present and ready to transmit or receive data
How two devices initiate communications For example, when your computer dials in to SBC Yahoo!, your modem and the modem at our POP send messages to each other--that's handshaking Back to Top
The exchange of signals back and forth over a communications network to establish a valid connection between two computers
grasping and shaking a person's hand (as to acknowledge an introduction or to agree on a contract)
Exchange of predetermined signals between two devices, establishing a connection or providing flow control Usually part of a communications protocol
The initial modem-to-modem interchange that establishes the transmission mode and speed Handshaking produces the static-like noises that you hear when a data connection has been made
Is the way in which the data flow between computers/hardware is regulated and controlled Two distinct kinds of handshaking are described: Software Handshaking and Hardware Handshaking An important distinction between the kinds of signals of the interface is between data signals and control signals Data signals are simply the pins which actually transmit and receive the characters, while control signals are everything else
hardware handshaking
method of regulating the transfer of information in computer communications by synchronizing hardware
handshake
The grasping of hands by two people when greeting or leave-taking
handshake
An exchange of signals between two devices when communications begin in order to ensure synchronization
handshake
An interface procedure that is based on status/data signals that assure orderly data transfer as opposed to asynchronous exchange
handshake
A series of signals acknowledging that communication or the transfer of information can take place between computers or other devices A hardware handshake is an exchange of signals over specific wires (other than the data wires), in which each device indicates its readiness to send or receive data A software handshake consists of signals transmitted over the same wires used to transfer data, as in modem-to-modem communications over telephone lines
handshake
An exchange of signals between two connected devices to ensure that the connection is maintained
handshake
A protocol two computers use to initiate a communication session
handshake
Part of the procedure to set up a datacommunications link The handshake can be part of the protocol itself or an introductory process: the computers wishing to talk to each other set out the conditions they can operate under Sometimes, the handshake is just a warning that a communication is imminent
handshake
Protocol used by two computer systems to establish communication
handshake
The protocol that controls the flow of information between a system and a printer A hardware handshake uses only cable wires and pins to control the flow A software handshake (also called xon/xoff flow control) uses a combination of pins, wires, and software
handshake
                 An exchange between communicating devices that ensures data has been transmitted successfully and is known to have been transmitted
handshake
A signal set by a modem to an access provider's computer in order to obtain permission to connect to the net
handshake
Part of the procedure to set up a data communications link The handshake can be part of the protocol itself or an introductory process The computers wishing to talk to each other set out the conditions they can operate under Sometimes, the handshake is just a warning that a communication is imminent
handshake
grasping and shaking a person's hand (as to acknowledge an introduction or to agree on a contract)
handshake
(Internet Directory Administrator's Guide; search in this book) [definition #2] (Internet Directory Application Developer's Guide; search in this book)
handshake
If you give someone a handshake, you take their right hand with your own right hand and hold it firmly or move it up and down, as a sign of greeting or to show that you have agreed about something such as a business deal. see also golden handshake
handshake
A Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) session always begins with an exchange of messages called the SSL handshake The handshake allows the server to authenticate itself to the client by using public key techniques, and then allows the client and the server to cooperate in the creation of symmetric keys used for rapid encryption, decryption, and tamper detection during the session that follows Optionally, the handshake also allows the client to authenticate itself to the server
handshake
A sequence of messages exchanged between two or more networks devices to ensure transmission synchronization
handshake
The communication between two modems that indicates a connection is being made
handshake
This is the initial exchange of information between two modems upon contact During the handshake, the two sides agree upon a protocol and other rules (such as how fast they are going to transfer information) to govern the transfer of information back and forth between them Without a handshake, the connection will not be successfully created
handshake
{i} handclasp, grasping and holding of hands by two or more people (customarily done when greeting or parting)
handshake
The process of establishing the communications connection on a switched line 6 14
handshake
A data synchronisation protocol occurring irregularly The sending terminal indicates that it wants/is able to send new data, and the called terminal indicates that it wants/is able to communicate again Depending on whether this is indicated via the line or via control characters, it is referred to as Hardware Handshake or Software Handshake respectively The Hardware Handshake system is faster than Software Handshake, since no character is transmitted
handshake
Signals between a wireless phone and a wireless system to accomplish call setup
handshake
An interchange of information between to remote processes, used to establish communications according to a certain protocol
handshake
A preliminary exchange of predetermined signals performed by modems and/or terminals and computers to verify that a communications link has been established and data transmission can proceed
handshake
(Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
handshake
A protocol between two devices, such as a smart card and a personal computer, to establish a common dialog
handshake
An initial negotiation between client and server that establishes the parameters of their transactions
handshake
Sequence of messages exchanged between two or more network devices to ensure transmission synchronization
handshake
A preliminary procedure, usually part of a communications protocol, to establish a connection
software handshaking
method of arranging data transfer in computer communications by synchronizing software
handshaking

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    händşeykîng

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