pushback

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push·back

 (po͝osh′băk′)
n.
1. A device or mechanism that affords movement of another object backwards: the pushback on a subway door.
2. Forced movement of troops back from the line of battle.
3. Opposition or resistance, as to a policy or initiative.

pushback

(ˈpʊʃˌbæk)
n
an effort to resist or reverse the effects of a previous action
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“We believe this training can help forensic investigators who are interested in using JTAG to gather evidence or bypass PIN locks.
The AAT3215 and AAT3236 also provide a bypass pin to enhance PSRR performance and output noise by connecting an external capacitor from the device's reference output to ground.