The bit is a binary number that is the least important, or having the least weight.

The bit contributing the least value in a string of bits. For example, in the MC680x0 numbering scheme bit number 0 in a byte contributes a value of 20, or 1. Same as low-order bit See also: most significant bit

Abbreviated LSB. In a sequence of one or more bytes, the low-order (usually rightmost) bit of a binary number.

In reference to missing LSB, a type of driver performance issue that can manifest as a defect

The LSB is the right most bit in a binary number. For Example 00000001, 1 is the LSB. [Section 6.3.3.3

The digital input bit in a data converter code that has the smallest weight. It is the smallest output change that can be realized.

Bit in a binary word that can represent the smallest value. The LSB is the rightmost bit in a big-endian-ordered binary word. The weight of the LSB is related to the fraction length according to See also big-endian, binary word, bit, most significant bit

Rightmost bit of a binary expressed quantity

In a binary number, the LSB is the least weighted bit in the group. Typically, the LSB is the furthest right bit. For an ADC or DAC, the weight of an LSB equals the full-scale voltage range of the converter divided by 2N, where N is the converter's resolution. For a 12-bit ADC with a unipolar full-scale voltage of 2.5V, 1LSB = (2.5V/212) = 610µV

Rightmost bit (smallest weight) of binary expressed quantity.

In a binary code, the bit or bit position assigned to the smallest quantity or increment that can be represented by the code. LED: See light-emitting diode.

n. In a sequence of one or more bytes, the low-order (usually rightmost) bit of a binary number. See also low-order. Compare most significant bit. Acronym: LSB.

In computing, the least significant bit (lsb) is the bit position in a binary integer giving the units value, that is, determining whether the number is even or odd. The lsb is sometimes referred to as the right-most bit, due to the convention in positional notation of writing less significant digits further to the right. It is analogous to the least significant digit of a decimal integer, which is the digit in the ones (right-most) position.