bitstream

[bit-streem]
noun
a simple contiguous sequence of binary digits transmitted continuously over a communications path; a sequence of data in binary form.
Also, bit stream.
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bitstream (ˈbɪtˌstriːm)
 
n
computing a sequence of digital data transmitted electronically

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bit stream or bitstream   (bĭt'strēm')  Pronunciation Key 
The transmission of binary digits as a simple, unstructured sequence of bits.
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Example sentences
If there's enough of a bitstream, the digital images can be translated into intelligible voices.
Rather than wash away its purpose and vitality, the bitstream has given new life to the city of bricks.
One basic requirement was imposed, defining low-level data packets in the bitstream.
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