microsecond


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microsecond

 (μs) [mi´kro-sek″ond]
one millionth (10−6) of a second.

microsecond

one-millionth (10−6) of a second; abbreviated μs or μsec.
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When active mode is needed, the MCU's fast-start system oscillator, which stabilizes in a short 20 microseconds (us) from a cold start, quickly and efficiently energizes the resources needed for the task to be performed.
Developed by Dolphin partner Scali AS of Oslo, Norway, the new MPI middleware supports data transfer rates in excess of 320 Mbytes/sec with less than 4 microseconds latency between user processes in different cluster nodes.
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