unterminated

unterminated

(ʌnˈtɜːmɪˌneɪtɪd)
adj
(Computer Science) not terminated or ended; uncompleted; not given a terminus or limit
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The XR33193 and XR33194 have slew-limited outputs for reduced EMI and error-free communication over long or improperly terminated data cables and multi-drop applications with unterminated stubs.
The probes feature very low probe loading on the circuit under test, critical for buses such as LPDDR and MIPI D-PHY and C-PHY, which can run in unterminated, low power states.
The vendor also offers standard cabling solutions to convert this high-density connector to more standard interfaces such as D connectors and IDC connectors as well as an unterminated option for ease of use.
Also featured: an explanation of how currents flow down transmission lines, terminated and unterminated, down differential traces and through wires under high-frequency conditions.
8220;Unmated” adapters meet the requirements of IP67 even when one or both ends of the adapter are unterminated.
i]) the computed reflection coefficient calculated as the scattering parameters of the unterminated transition cascaded to the chosen standard.
THE MOST COMMON signal integrity problem, and the easiest to fix, is ringing from unterminated transmission lines.
Figure 1 shows the typical waveform at the pulse source of an unterminated transmission line.
The EMC after-curing is considered to decrease inflammable and volatile molecules or unterminated groups, much of which are contained in the as-molded samples.
Other required state practices will include confirming the applicant's Social Security account number, prohibiting issuance of a driver's license to an individual possessing an unterminated driver's license issued by another state, and the like.
One notable calcite vein exposed in October 1988 yielded large, well-formed, albeit unterminated crystals of clinozoisite up to 12 cm in length and 1.
Impressed as she was with "the window he had daringly opened into the yet unterminated, and perhaps interminable, Jewish self-accounting concerning our primal violence," she shifted the terms of the argument to an analysis that contrasted the Jewish tradition and its alleged Greek/Christian analogue, the Oedipus myth.