Nanoseconds

Some articles on nanoseconds:

Serial Presence Detect - Stored Information - DDR2 SDRAM
... Commonly 5 = SSTL 1.8 V 9 0x09 Nanoseconds (0–15) Tenths of nanoseconds (0.0–0.9) Clock cycle time at highest CAS latency. 10 0x0a Tenths of nanoseconds (0.0–0.9) Hundredths of nanoseconds (0.00–0.09) SDRAM access time from clock (tAC) 11 0x0b DIMM configuration type (0–2) non-ECC, parity, ECC Table lookup 12 0x0c ... weak driver Memory chip feature bitmap 23 0x17 Nanoseconds (0–15) Tenths of nanoseconds (0.0–0.9) Clock cycle time at medium CAS latency ...
Serial Presence Detect - Stored Information - SDR SDRAM
... (0–4) Decoded by table lookup 9 0x09 Nanoseconds (0–15) Tenths of nanoseconds (0.0–0.9) Clock cycle time at highest CAS latency. 10 0x0a Nanoseconds (0–15) Tenths of nanoseconds (0.0–0.9) SDRAM access time from clock (tAC) 11 0x0b DIMM configuration type (0–2) non-ECC, parity, ECC Table lookup 12 0x0c Self Refresh ... Early RAS precharge Memory chip feature support bitmap 23 0x17 Nanoseconds (4–18) Tenths of nanoseconds (0.0–0.9) Clock cycle time at medium CAS latency ...
74181 - Specifications
... operations on two four-bit operands generating a four-bit result with carry in 22 nanoseconds ... The 74S181 performs the same operations in 11 nanoseconds, while the 74F181 performs the operations in 7 nanoseconds (typical) ... be combined to perform the same operations on 64-bit operands in 28 nanoseconds ...
Experimental Confirmation - Velocity and Gravitational Time Dilation Combined-effect Tests
... Naval Observatory, should have lost 40±23 nanoseconds during the eastward trip and should have gained 275±21 nanoseconds during the westward trip ... Naval Observatory, the flying clocks lost 59±10 nanoseconds during the eastward trip and gained 273±7 nanoseconds during the westward trip (where the error bars represent standard deviation) ...
Bit Time
... the formula as follows bit time = 1 / (10 * 10^6) = 10^-7 = 100 * 10^-9 = 100 nanoseconds The bit time for a 10 Mbit/s NIC is 100 nanoseconds ... That is, a 10 Mbit/s NIC can eject 1 bit every 100 nanoseconds ...