Nearly synchronised, a term describing a communication system where transmitted signals have the same nominal digital rate but are synchronised on different clocks.
According to ITU-T standards, corresponding signals are plesiochronous if their significant instants occur at nominally the same rate, with any variation in rate being constrained within specified limits.
noun a fullness; abundance, plenty Word Origin Greek ‘that which fills’
[pleer-oh-sur-koid] /ˌplɪər oʊˈsɜr kɔɪd/ noun, Zoology. 1. the wormlike larval stage of some tapeworms, intermediate between the first parasitic larval stage and adult. plerocercoid ple·ro·cer·coid (plēr’ō-sûr’koid’) n. The infective larva of some tapeworms, characterized by its solid elongated body.
/ˈplɪərɪən/ noun 1. a filled-centre supernova remnant in which radiation is emitted by the centre as well as the shell
[plin-ee] /ˈplɪn i/ noun 1. (“the Elder”; Gaius Plinius Secundus) a.d. 23–79, Roman naturalist, encyclopedist, and writer. 2. his nephew (“the Younger,” Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus) a.d. 62?–c113, Roman writer, statesman, and orator. /ˈplɪnɪən/ adjective 1. (geology) (of a volcanic eruption) characterized by repeated explosions /ˈplɪnɪ/ noun 1. known as Pliny the Elder. Latin name […]