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“Higher-bit depth, such as 48-bit color, has the ability to detect subtle differences in colors, and is preferred for use in high-quality photographic environments.”
“Scanner Two is an Epson Perfection 1660 PHOTO, a 1600 dpi flatbed scanner, capable of scanning items up to 8 ½ x 11½ inches in either 48-bit color or 16-bit grayscale.”
“Instead, they chose to combine a secret algorithm with a relatively short 48-bit key.”
“First it was the 40-bit key, a few months later the 48-bit key, followed by the 56-bit key, and later the 512 bit has been broken ...”
“For example, as described in the IEEE 802.11 Handbook by Bob OHara and Al Petrick (1999), at page 101, "dot11StationID is a 48-bit attribute that is designed to allow an external manager to assign its own identifier to a station, for the sole purpose of managing the station.”
“The Lynx Mandelbrot code does 48-bit fixed-point math using 8 bits of integer and 40 bits of fraction, via the hardware multiplier (16x16) and a lot of help from the 65C02.”
“This reminds me of a scanner I saw about ten years or so ago that was capable of recording scans in a 48-bit mode, if the software was capable of using the extra bits.”
“It took the Scanjet G3110 1 minute and 50 seconds to scan an 8 by 10 inch color photo at 600 dpi and 48-bit color.”
“A 4-by-6 photo scanned at 1200 dpi and 48-bit color took 2 minutes and 32 seconds, a task that other scanners completed in about 1 minute 18 seconds.”
“It's worth pointing out that unlike some multifunction devices without transparency units, the MP640 offers very high resolution (4800 x 9600 optical) and excellent color depth (48-bit internal, although you only get 24-bit files).”
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