The shared memory includes a first double buffer and a second double buffer.
A data transfer unit normally operating as a single buffer and operating as a double buffer system, as required, to realize high-rate data transfer.
The reader and writer communicate by passing data through a shared memory using double buffering of double buffers.
Using double buffering of the double buffers, both the reader and the writer may simultaneously access the shared memory.
The dual-buffer based estimation technique may track the fullness of a physical video buffer and the fullness of the virtual video buffer.
Surprisingly, the one or more properties are achieved by using a modified dual cross-pad, folded, compressed tampon pledget design.
The dual-layer optical fiber buffer encasement is wrapped with reinforcing yarn and encased in an outer protective jacket.
The buffer is a double-acting buffer, and it has a case (6), a left end cover (7), a right pull ring (8), elastic bodies (9), a central shaft (10) and a middle separation plate (11).
The memory module includes volatile memory, a non-volatile memory subsystem, a host port, and a dual-port buffer device.
The dual-port buffer device synchronously couples the non-volatile memory subsystem and the host port to the volatile memory.
The dual-face stamp design of the invention provides an alternative location for dimensional errors to be absorbed, making microcontact printing a more robust production process.
The source video encoding rate may controlled using a dual-buffer based estimation of a frame budget that defines a number of encoding bits available for a frame of the video.
The dual port buffer device includes routing logic to selectably route address information provided by the host port and the non-volatile memory subsystem to the volatile memory.
A preferred cable design for reaching these objectives comprises multiple optical fibers, of a design just described, encased in a dual-layer optical fiber buffer encasement of acrylate resin.
Described are new cable designs for indoor installations wherein the cable comprises a dual-layer optical fiber buffer encasement of acrylate resin.