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1. Bit error rate. The ratio of received bits that contain errors. 2. Basic encoding rules. Rules for encoding data units described in the ISO ASN.1 standard.
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Base excision repair.
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Bit Error Rate: A measure of the number of erroneous bits which can be expected in a specified number of bits in a serial stream.
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Blossom End Rot – occurs mostly in tomatoes and peppers and is caused by insufficient hydration, lack of essential nutrients (calcium and magnesium), and/or rapid growth.
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1. Bit Error Rate, 2. Bit Error Ratio.
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Bit Error Ratio.
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BER (Basic Encoding Rules). A simple way for encoding binary interchange records described by ASN.1 (Abstract Syntax Notation 1). ASN.1 certificates DER PER XML
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Bit Error Ratio is the number of errors in a Video Broadcast. Typically 2 errors in every 1,000,000 will be acceptable.
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See Bit Error Rate.
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Short for Building Energy Rating, which says how much energy a home needs for heating, lighting and hot water. Homes are placed on a scale from A to G. A-rated homes need the least amount of energy wh [..]
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Binary Encoding Rule. BER's are the basic rules for encoding data using the ASN.1 syntax. BERs define the type, length, and value of a data element.
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Jujube.
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lang=mul|Bermuda before 2012 IATA airport code of all the airports in Berlin, Germany after 2012 IATA airport code of the Berlin-Brandenburg International Airport in Berlin, Germany
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Benign early repolarization - an innocuous heart condition which occurs between 3 to 34% of the population, most frequently in males, more frequently under 50 years of age. It does not cause chest pain. It is usually stable over a lifetime. It is a process of excitation and repolarization. The EKG patterns or features may be similar to those of MI [..]
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BER is the IATA area code for airports in the Berlin region, Germany: Berlin-Tegel Airport (TXL) (to be closed upon the completion of BER) Berlin-Tempelhof Airport (THF) (closed in 2008) Berlin-Schö [..]
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Ber is a tropical fruit tree species belonging to the family Rhamnaceae. Ber may also refer to: Ber (name) Ber, Slavic name for the Greek city of Veria Ber, Mali In mathematics, Ber is one of the Kel [..]
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Ber is a tropical fruit tree species belonging to the family Rhamnaceae. Ber may also refer to: Ber (name) Ber, Slavic name for the Greek city of Veria Ber, Mali In mathematics, Ber is one of the Kel [..]
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Ber is both a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include: Dov Ber of Mezeritch (c. 1704 – 1772), Volhynian Orthodox rabbi Avrom Ber Gotlober (1811–1899), Jewish writer, poet, [..]
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The fraction of bits transmitted that are received incorrectly.
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A measure of transmission quality. It is generally shown as a negative exponent, (e.g., 10-7 which means 1 out of 107 bits are in error or 1 out of 10,000,000 bits are in error). [..]
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Basic Encoding Rules
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Basal energy requirement
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The fraction of bits transmitted that are received incorrectly.
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