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German translation: ansteuern IS the answer

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13:26 Sep 2, 2006
English to German translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Computers: Software / patent
English term or phrase: the signal is driven from/ will drive...
Es geht um programmierbare Logik und unter der Überschrift "Timing COnventions" taucht ständig diese Formulierung auf - ist hier "ansteuern" in jedem Fall eine angemessene Übersetzung?

"As known by those skilled in the art, timing is often specific to a particular implementation of a design. Therefore, the inclusion of exemplary timing references herein supports the pipelining of the present invention, but is not meant to cover timing for all designs.
For timing information, the terms "early", "middle", and "late" can be used. In the convention used herein, early timing is the best and late timing is the worst.
If an input signal has early timing, then the user has a full clock cycle to process the data before latching it. Early input signal timing implies that the signal is driven from a register output. If an output signal has early timing, then the user can use the full clock cycle before sending the data out. Early output signal timing implies that the signal will drive the input of a register.
If an input signal has middle timing, then the user has approximately half a clock cycle to process the data before latching it. Middle input signal timing implies that the signal is driven from a register output through a small amount of logic or routing to the user.
If an output signal has middle timing, then the user can use approximately half the clock cycle before sending the data out. Middle output signal timing implies that the signal will drive a small amount of logic or routing before going to the input of a register. If an input signal has late timing, then the user has a small fraction of the clock cycle to process the data before latching it. Late input signal timing implies the signal is driven from a register output through a significant amount of logic and routing. Thus, the user has a small window in which to latch the data before using it.
If an output signal has late timing, then the user can use a small fraction of the clock cycle before sending the data out. Late output signal timing implies that the signal will drive the input of a register through a significant amount of logic or routing. Thus the user should drive this output directly from a register."
KiSTranslations
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German translation:ansteuern IS the answer
Explanation:
Going in the other direction, I hit 'ansteuern' ALL the time. This would be exactly the word I would choose for this.
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ansteuern IS the answer


Explanation:
Going in the other direction, I hit 'ansteuern' ALL the time. This would be exactly the word I would choose for this.


    Reference: http://www.meilhaus.de/me/me63Xtend.htm
    Reference: http://www.elektroniknet.de/index.php?id=475
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