Definitions for "glitch"
A brief surge or interruption in the voltage in an electrical circuit or device.
1] An intermittent, high-speed erroe in a circuit. [2] A momentary spike in a waveform
Glitch. When the radio transmitter signal is interrupted, either due to low batteries, loss of batteries or for any reason that the receiver is not receiving a steady signal, it is referred to as "glitching" or "interference". To make sure you do not glitch, be certain you have fresh batteries in your transmitter radio and in your receiver.
An unwanted, spurious logic pulse of very short duration. Any unwanted, erratic, and generally nonreproducible behavior of a system is termed a glitch. Most result from poor timing or bad combinatorial design. A glitch is also the standard excuse for a single irreproducible failure. Experienced developers know that the phrase, "It must've just been a glitch," really means, "I have no idea what just happened, but maybe if I ignore it, the problem will go away." Unfortunately, it seldom does.
A fault or defect in a system, plan, or machine.
a fault or defect or something that causes what you're doing to go less than smoothly
an error, defect, or failure
Keywords:  keytool, bob
Bob's keytool. RB: 1
Glitch (also known as Clicks and Cuts from a representative compilation series by the German record label Mille Plateaux) is a genre of electronic music that became popular in the late 1990s with the increasing use of digital signal processing, particularly on computers. Often considered a sub-genre of intelligent dance music, Glitch eschews traditional instrumentation, preferring instead the use of mechanized and non-natural sounds. Though rhythm is a central focal point of Glitch, the style's various sub-genres range from the ambient to the dance-oriented.
A glitch is a short-lived fault in a system. The term is particularly common in the computing and electronics industries, and in circuit bending, as well as among players of video games, although it is applied to all types of systems including human organizations and nature. The term derives from the German glitschen, meaning 'to slip.'
A transient over-voltage.
A slang term for a voltage transient or voltage variation that causes equipment to misbehave..
a group of coincident arrivals often caused by noisy telemetry
An erroneous response that occurs inside a computer because signals that are supposed to be simultaneous actually arrive at slightly different times. (7/96)
a DisneyToon Studios production
A form of low frequency interference, appearing as a narrow horizontal bar moving vertically through the picture.
an undesired output transition
a temporary improper output
Keywords:  deja, flaw, matrix, sort, advantage
a small or large flaw in the game coding that gives some sort of advantage to a player that was not intended
A small change in the matrix. See also "deja vu".
Any distortion or technical distraction in video or audio tape—something we don't want. A rainbow is one kind of glitch.
Keywords:  pulsar, sudden, change, period
A sudden change in the period of a pulsar.
Keywords:  entire, treat, family, world
an out-of-this-world treat for the entire family
a treat for the entire family
Keywords:  gold, version
gold version