Either of the digits 0 or 1 when used in the pure binary numeration system. [ref ISO 2382-4
A single digit number in base 2 (therefore 0 or 1). The smallest unit for computerized data. See also byte, kilobyte, megabyte.
The smallest entity of digital information possible.
A quantity which is expressed in the binary digits of 0 and 1.
either 0 or 1 in binary notation
The smallest unit of computerized data. Bits are defined as single characters of 0 or 1. Bandwidth is usually measured in bits-per-second. See also Bandwidth, Baud Rate, Bits Per Second, Byte, Kilobyte, Megabyte.
Each digit (with a value of '1' or '0') in a binary number.
A digit to base 2, i.e. 0 or 1, which is the fundamental mathematical unit used in computing.
A nought or one, used to represent an on or off state in a digital computer. The smallest unit of data in a digital system.
Two-number notation that uses the digits 0 and 1. Low-order bits are on the right (for example, 0001=1, 0010=2, and so forth). Four bits make a nybble; eight bits make a byte.
The smallest unit of data in a digital signal represented by either a one or zero.
A binary digit is the smallest unit of information on a computer. Eight bits equal one byte.
A single digit in the binary number system, 0 or 1. Binary numbers are well suited for use by electronic devices, such as computers, as they can be represented by two distinct states, on and off.