Least Significant Bit (or Byte), more information ...
The bit lowest in memory in a binary number.
least significant bit. 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
Least Significant Bit: the rightmost bit, bit zero, with weight 2 to the zeroth power (equal to one), in a binary representation of a value
Least Significant Bit RTU Receiver Test Unit
Least Significant Bit. The digital input bit in a data converter code that has the smallest weight. It is the smallest output change that can be realized.
LSB may stand for least-significant bit or least-significant byte. The least-significant bit is the binary digit (bit) in a binary number that represents the least significant value (typically the right-hand bit). Similarly, the least-significant byte is the byte in a multi-byte word that represents the least significant values (typically the right-hand byte).
(Least Significant Byte) - a MIDI Bank Switch [CC32] used to extend the number of patches available beyond 128
Least Significant Bit. The LSB is the right most bit in a binary number. For Example 00000001, 1 is the LSB. [Section 220.127.116.11
In a system in which a numerical magnitude is represented by a series of digits, the least significant bit (binary digit) is the digit that carries the smallest value or weight.
Least Significant Byte of a multi-byte value.
Least Significant Bits
least significant byte(s)
least significant bit(s)
Least significant bit or least significant byte. The portion of a number, address, or field that occurs farthest right when its value is written as a single number in conventional hexadecimal or binary notation. The part of the number having the least value.
Least Significant Bit. Rightmost bit (smallest weight) of binary expressed quantity.