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bitstream

[bit-streem] /ˈbɪtˌstrim/
noun
1.
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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  • If there's enough of a bitstream, the digital images can be translated into intelligible voices.
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bitstream

/ˈbɪtˌstriːm/
noun
1.
(computing) a sequence of digital data transmitted electronically
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bitstream in Science
bit stream or bitstream
  (bĭt'strēm')   
The transmission of binary digits as a simple, unstructured sequence of bits.
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