A transmitter selects (34) a data transfer rate, and codes (38, 39) the transfer rate information to a transmitted signal by using a signal waveform which is allocated to the transfer rate.
A method and apparatus for performing error detection on data transfer through a parallel interface port (18) at a substantially increased data transfer rate with a minimum of handshaking.
In addition, the first data may be recorded at a fixed transfer rate and the second data may be recorded at a variable transfer rate.
Settable timing means control the rate of transfer of data between the computer and the video recorder/player.
The data frames are organized, depending on the data, to be at one of several data rates.
The scheduler determines at least a start time and a transfer rate for each of the content sources that can be accommodated.
In a code division multiple access (CDMA) system, a spreading code is selected according to the transfer rate.
Consequently, the reliability of the recording and reproduction is enhanced, the recording capacity is increased, and the transfer rate is improved.
This process allows audio signals destined to be used in studio technology to be transmitted at a data rate of 192 kbit/sec per channel.
At the receiving end, the signal waveform of the received signal is detected, and the transfer rate in the reception is selected according to the detected signal waveform.
For example, in a mobile communication system employing frequency hopping (FH) or time hopping (TH), the hopping pattern is selected in the transmitter according to the transfer rate.
The CCD image transfer rate is set to minimize the smear effects due to image motion in the region of the scene exposed by the focal plane shutter.
Frames may be formatted with a sharing of vocoder data with non-vocoder data to be at a highest frame data rate.
Furthermore, inband-signalling, which identifies the data-reducing code and is used to switch encoders and decoders, is transmitted via the channels with higher data rates.