multiterminal


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multiterminal

(ˌmʌltɪˈtɜːmɪnəl)
adj
(esp of a computer system) having two or more terminals
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voltage (I-V) testing of a variety of materials, two-terminal and multiterminal semiconductor devices, solar cells, and much more," Lee said.
En 1967 se traslado a la Universidad de Stanford en donde termino sus estudios de doctorado sobre la Fiabilidad en Sistemas y Redes de Distribucion Multiterminal.
Multimode vibration control using several piezoelectric transducers shunted with a multiterminal network.
The implementation of a full scale, hardware-in-the-loop test setup in collaboration with worldwide market leaders of HVDC-VSC technology explores the interactions of HVDC VSC multiterminal control systems to validate their interoperable operations
However, such multiterminal systems are limited by impairments due to wireless channels, such as fading, and interference.
The agreement also provides, according to a communique published Monday by Telnet, for the joint development of new technologies aimed to ensure multilanguage and multiterminal mobile access to online reservation systems and air transport ticket issue to air transport operators in the MENA region.
A decision must be made about connection nodes and reinforcements on the EU side, and the pros and cons of point-to-point' or multiterminal, meshed' links must be weighed.
Imaging Mesoscopic Spin Hall Flow: Spatial Distribution of Local Spin Currents and Spin Densities in and out of Multiterminal Spin-Orbit Coupled Semiconductor Nanostructures.
Multi-sliced-level type phase--comparison carrier relaying system for multiterminal lines, TELFOR Internationale Conference, November 2008, Belgrade.
Delahaye, Series and Parallel Connection of Multiterminal Quantum Hall Effect Devices, J.
They are designed with split windings terminated on multiterminal blocks so that they may be wired in various series or parallel combinations for impedance matching and connecting to multichannel or multifrequency sources.
Demakopoulos (1978), "Air Passenger Distribution Model for a Multiterminal Airport System," Transportation Research Record, 673, 176-180.