switch-over

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switch-over

[ˈswɪtʃəʊvəʳ] Ncambio m (from, to de a)
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Digital UK, which is leading the switch from analogue to digital television, said the first large-scale switch-over starts on November 6 and will involve 52,000 homes in the Scottish Borders.
Most of North Wales is due to make the switch-over in 2009.
Switch-overs have had consequences for the market share of energy suppliers, too.
This had resulted in frequent overlaps and switch-overs from asthma to COPD and vice-versa.
This gives Securenet great diversity and redundancy and provides for automated switch-overs to another network, should there be a failure on one.
Terminals were down for 24 hours for the system upgrade, which Camelot claimed was one of the largest-ever lottery switch-overs.
More than 65 separate switch-overs will take place between now and the end of 2012.
The new Access60 software provides user-configurable network options minimizing unwanted switch-overs caused by temporary microwave signal fading.
Switch-overs on the gas market reached 62,500 in 2013 compared with 52,400 a year earlier, representing 21.
These products feature microprocessor control for superfast response to power problems -- some 50 percent faster than the leading competitor's models -- making switch-overs ``invisble'' to virtually all protected systems.