jitter

Definitions:

  • To be nervous or uneasy; fidget.
  • To make small quick jumpy movements.
  • A jittering movement; a tic.
  • A fit of nervousness. Often used with <em>the.</em>
  • None
  • An unwanted variation in an electronic or optical signal.
  • An unwanted variation in the arrival times of a sequence of data packets over a digital network.
  • A <xref>program</xref> or <xref>routine</xref> that performs <xref>jitting</xref>.
  • A <xref>nervous</xref> action; a <xref>tic</xref>.
  • A state of <xref>nervousness</xref>.
  • An abrupt and unwanted <xref>variation</xref> of one or more <xref>signal</xref> <xref>characteristics</xref>.
  • To be <xref>nervous</xref>.
  • a small irregular movement
  • small rapid variations in a waveform resulting from fluctuations in the voltage supply or mechanical vibrations or other sources
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