BLER

abbr.
BLock Error Rate (CD)
comp. abbr.
Block Error

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  • BLER — is an abbreviation of BLock Error Rate. This is used in measuring the error rate when extracting data frames from a Compact Disc (CD).The measurement of BLER is often used as a quality control measure as to how well the data is retained on the CD …   Wikipedia

  • BLER — (Block Error Rate) area on a compact disk or hard disk that cannot be read due to errors (the higher the BLER, the harder the disk will be to read) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • BLER —   [Abk. für Block Error Rate; Blockfehlerrate], Fehlerrate …   Universal-Lexikon

  • bler — am·bler; bab·bler; bib·bler; brab·bler; bub·bler; bur·bler; ca·bler; cob·bler; dab·bler; dib·bler; dis·sem·bler; drab·bler; drib·bler; en·fee·bler; fa·bler; fum·bler; gab·bler; gam·bler; gar·bler; grum·bler; mar·bler; mum·bler; nib·bler;… …   English syllables

  • BLER — Block Error Rate (Computing » Telecom) Block Error Rate (Computing » Networking) …   Abbreviations dictionary

  • BLER — Block Error Rate Digitaler Testparameter …   Acronyms

  • BLER — Block Error Rate Digitaler Testparameter …   Acronyms von A bis Z

  • hum´bler — hum|ble «HUHM buhl, UHM », adjective, bler, blest, verb, bled, bling. –adj. 1. low in position or condition; not important; not grand: »He has a humble job with very low wages. Lincoln was born in a humble log cabin; he was of humble origin.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • am´bler — am|ble «AM buhl», noun, verb, bled, bling. –n. 1. the way a horse or mule goes when it lifts first the two legs on one side and then the two on the other; pace; rack. 2. an easy, slow pace in walking: »the amble of a fat dog. –v.i. 1. to go at an …   Useful english dictionary

  • as|sem|bler — «uh SEHM bluhr», noun. 1. a person or thing that assembles. 2. a computer program or routine for converting instructions in an assembly language into machine language …   Useful english dictionary

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