Down the stream; as, floating downstream.
In the oil and gas industries; refining and distribution as opposed to upstream exploration and production.... more on: Downstream
One or more companies or individuals who participate in the flow of goods and services moving from the manufacturer to the final user or consumer.
Refers to transmission speed from the CO to the service user.
Toward the 3' end of a nucleotide sequence.
The direction which RNA polymerase moves during transcription (5' to 3') and ribosomes moves during translation. By convention, the +1 position of a gene is the first transcribed nucleotide, nucleotides downstream from the +1 position are designated +2, +3, etc. Drift evolution: A high rate of immunologically significant mutations in certain viruses. This results in drifting away from recognition by the immune system by antigenic change. Influenza virus, HIV and HCV constantly change their antigenic structure through drift evolution.
In the direction 3' of a reference point on a nucleic acid. In the direction of transcription.
Identifies that data rate from the exchange to the end-user.
Describes the transfer of data to a computer from the internet. Measured in Kbps. Speeds of 512Kbps, 1Mb - 4Mb, downstream rates are currently available.
the transfer of data from outside the house to inside the house.
Data recieved by the modem from the Internet.
Refers to the transmission of data from the Internet to your computer. It is usually seen as downstream speed---the download speed of your Internet connection.
The communications from the network towards the customer premises.
Identifies DSL sync rate from the DSL equipment to the end user premises.
Refers to the transmission of data from the central office (CO or COE) to the customer premise equipment (CPE).
Refers to the transmission direction from the CO to the customer premises.