Among them, the variables restored in N_ INPUT[i][j] are MSD binary digits
, while the variables restored in D_INPUT[i] [j] are conventional binary digits
The result is the hardware capacity in bytes, and therefore presented in the same unit of measurement as storage and communication when measured in binary digits
In parallel, a unique, longtime effort by the Minnesota Internet Traffic Studies project (Odlyzko, 2009) has assessed the global flow of data through the Internet backbone measured in bandwidth of binary digits
The second person was also attached to an EEG amplifier and their PC would pick up the stream of binary digits
and flash an LED lamp at two different frequencies, one for zero and the other one for one.
In the article, Mercer starts with the basics, explaining the binary digits
, or bits, that are at the heart of computer data, and then explains why the hexadecimal system is needed to represent 26 letters and 10 numbers.
In other words, we need 7,372,800 binary digits
for each frame of video.
The key length is expressed as the number of binary digits
required to store the key.
The UUEncode software converts the item to binary digits
and re-converts it at the other end.
Digital TV converts material into binary digits
, which can be crammed together to allow far more channels into a smaller space.
Each string of binary digits
, or bits, tells the beam at the back of your TV how bright to make each dot.