nonelectronic

nonelectronic

(ˌnɒnˌiːlɛkˈtrɒnɪk; ˌnɒnɪlɛkˈtrɒnɪk)
adj
not related to electronicsnot related to electrons
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Another safeguard is to put the cell phone inside a bag, purse, or backpack, and keep it as far away from the skin with nonelectronic objects between the skin and cell phone.
In the following sections, we define the words "sensorize (verb)" and "sensorization (noun)" as the procedure to add the sensor and wireless network to the nonelectronic personal belongings.
Furthermore, we conducted nonelectronic searches of conference proceedings, our own article files and nine traditional Korean medical journals (Journal of Korean Medicine, the Journal of Korean Acupuncture and Moxibustion Society, Korean Journal of Acupuncture, Journal of Acupuncture and Meridian Studies, Journal of Pharmacopuncture, Journal of Oriental Rehabilitation Medicine, the Journal of Korean Chuna Manual Medicine for Spine and Nerves, Korean Journal of Oriental Physiology and Pathology, and the Journal of Korean Oriental Internal Medicine).
The study was based on information collected from nonelectronic medical records and mechanical ventilation monitoring charts of patients with severe accidental tetanus admitted to the intensive care unit of a referral hospital for infectious and contagious diseases (Hospital Sao Jose de Doencas Infecciosas--HSJ) in Fortaleza, a state capital in Northeastern Brazil.
The PTO imposes dozens of different fees, from $23,000 for requesting IPR to $40 for registering a patent assignment (sale) by nonelectronic means.
The report pointed to the loss of traditional nonelectronic records.
Parents reported speech as the primary mode of communication for the majority of youth (83.6%, n = 362); 10.9% (n = 47) relied primarily on gestures, facial expressions, or body language to communicate; 1.8% (n = 8) relied on an electronic communication device/computer; 1.8% (n = 8) relied on vocalizations; 1.2% (n = 5) relied on manual signs or sign language; 0.5% (n = 2) relied on a nonelectronic communication board or book; and 0.2% (n = 1) relied on another primary form of communication.
Split-ring resonator (SRR) [1], loop-gap resonator (LGR) [2-4], or open-loop resonator (OLR) [5] is an important component which is utilized in electronic and nonelectronic applications/utilities.
It is also important to bear in mind that the United States already has legal assistance agreements with countries such as Russia and China, pursuant to which it frequently exchanges information and evidence in the nonelectronic context.
If the insured is held liable for the acquisition of personal information (held within the insured's computer system or in nonelectronic format while in the care, custody or control of the insured) by an unauthorized person, the insuring agreement offers insurance coverage to the insured.
(24) Although home computers also improve the ability to search for information about 2-year degrees and certificates, the relative effect may be much lower because these students are already enrolled in a community college where nonelectronic information is readily available on campus.
With the growth of digital media on the web and on mobile devices, companies can no longer afford the delays and cost caused by nonelectronic information transfer.