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  • noun Plural form of datapath.

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Examples

  • Yes, I know this is not an HDMI issue necessarily, but the various associated datapaths degrade poorly by design, causing no end of hilarity.

    My CyberPower PC « Whatever

  • Altera also provides a portfolio of IP MegaCore functions to design and build DSP datapaths with its FPGAs.

    Gadget Freak Files

  • Altera also provides a portfolio of IP MegaCore functions to design and build DSP datapaths with its FPGAs.

    Engineering Hardware-Software

  • But landline phones used hardwired datapaths and had no CPUs.

    Wired Top Stories

  • SMP is well-suited for a world in which identical processor cores sit in their own packages and communicate over external datapaths, but it's a limited model for cores of different types - CPUs, GPUs, DSPs, and so on - that share resources and tasks on a single die.

    Channel Register

  • SMP is well-suited for a world in which identical processor cores sit in their own packages and communicate over external datapaths, but it's a limited model for cores of different types - CPUs, GPUs, DSPs, and so on - that share resources and tasks on a single die.

    The Register

  • Moreover, high-speed data-transfer interfaces combine with a network of datapaths, making it one of the highest performing digital receivers available on the market today.

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  • Moreover, high-speed data-transfer interfaces combine with a network of datapaths, making it one of the highest performing digital receivers available on the market today.

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