bisynchronous

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adjective bi·syn·chro·nous \(ˌ)bī-ˈsiŋ-krə-nəs, -ˈsin-\

Definition of bisynchronous

of digital communications

  1. :  being synchronous communication in which information is coded in binary form Installed earlier this year, it exists in tandem with its precursor, several lines of a bisynchronous network that was already straining under the weight of heightened capacity earlier in the year. — Stan M. Reaves, Wall Street & Technology, January 1998

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1974

First Known Use of bisynchronous

1974


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