Synchronism

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Synchronism is deliberately achieved coincidence in a point of time.

In telecommunication the term synchronism has the following meanings:[1]

1. The state of being synchronous.

2. For repetitive events with the same, multiple, or submultiple repetition rates, a relationship among the events such that a significant instant of one event bears a fixed time relationship to a corresponding instant in another event.[2]

3. The simultaneous occurrence of two or more events at the same instant on the same coordinated time standard.

It can also mean:

In art and entertainment

  • Synchromism an early 20th-century art movement, commonly misspelled as Synchronism

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Source: From Federal Standard 1037C and from MIL-STD-188
  2. ^ Synchronism is maintained when there is a fixed, i.e., constant, phase relationship among the group of repetitive events.

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