clock (someone or something) at (a certain speed)

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clock (someone or something) at (a certain speed)

To track the speed at which someone or something moves. (The speed is stated after "at.") You're getting a ticket because I clocked you at 90 miles an hour—and the speed limit here is only 55.
See also: certain, clock

clock someone or something at something

to measure the speed of someone or something to be a certain figure. I clocked the runner at a record speed for the race. Karen clocked the race at three minutes flat.
See also: clock
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Thus to achieve a throughput of 100MB/sec, the data bus must be clocked at 50MHz.
Timing: As mentioned above, data must be clocked at 50MHz, or every 20ns.
In typical synchronous clocking designs, data is transmitted from the source and clocked at the receiver using a local clock signal.