Technology / Computers / Upstream: The data flowing from the Cable Modem to the CMTS.

Upstream frequency

Technology / Computers / Upstream frequency: The frequency used to transmit data from the CM to the CMTS. Normally in the 5-42 MHz range for US systems and 5-65 MHz for European systems. MORE


Science / Marine Biology / Cladogram: A tree-like diagram showing evolutionary relationships. Any two branch tips sharing the same immediate node are most closely related. All taxa that can be traced directly to one node (that is they are MORE

Reversing Falls

Science / Tides and Currents / Reversing Falls: A name applied to falls which flow alternately in opposite directions in a narrow channel in the St. John River above the city of St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, the phenomenon being due to the large MORE

Head Of Tide

Science / Tides and Currents / Head Of Tide: The inland or upstream limit of water affected by the tide. For practical application in the tabulation for computation of tidal datums, head of tide is the inland or upstream point where the mean ran MORE

Base Level

Science / Geology / Base Level: The lower limit of erosion by a stream. Sea level is the ultimate base level. However, lakes can serve as a temporary base level in upstream areas. MORE


Technology / Computers / Minislot: Basic timeslot unit used for upstream data bursts in the DOCSIS standard. MORE