from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Variant of isochronal.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. happening at regular intervals
- adj. happening at the same time; isochronal
- adj. of or pertaining to the use of clocks derived from the same clock reference
- adj. of or pertaining to data associated with time sensitive application
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Same as isochronal.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as isochronal.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. equal in duration or interval
This is what is called isochronous vibration -- the passing through unequal arcs in equal periods of time.
The cycloidal pendulum, also called the isochronous pendulum (from the Greek isochrones, occurring at equal intervals of time), invented by Chris - taan Huygens about 350 years ago, consists of a small mass P (we called it a weighted ball before) suspended from the point O by means of a string ∗ By Dr. Herbert A. Hauptman.
The new Profinet functions such as isochronous mode, Shared Device and the Media Redundancy Protocol have been implemented in Simatic WinAC RTX (F) 2010.
Firewire is "isochronous", basically meaning that you can pump "clocked" data though it in real time.
UWB has built-in quality of service settings that allow a device to ask for specific latency and error correction on an "isochronous" channel -- that's real time data in the case of streaming audio and video.
It handles all standard USB transfers such as isochronous, interrupt, control and bulk.
First, FW is "isochronous", basically meaning that you can pump "clocked" data though it in real time.
Doubt has been cast on this classification, because the measurements taken by phoneticians using ever more sophisticated machines have shown that neither syllables nor stresses are truly isochronous.
Proposition 52 then shows that such a pendulum, although not isochronous under inverse-square centripetal forces, is isochronous under centripetal forces that vary linearly with the distance to the center.
I can't really think what I'd do with a tiny portable audio analyser "capable of making dual-FFT measurements, time delay spectrometry sweeps and even recording high resolution impulse responses", even if it came with with phantom power mic inputs, recording to SD card, and a built in USB interface "Features a fully isochronous Burr-Brown USB codec".