Active system

active system

[′ak·tiv ′sis·təm]
(engineering)
In radio and radar, a system that requires transmitting equipment, such as a beacon or transponder.

Active system

A traditional HVAC system that uses mechanical means to artificially cool, heat, or ventilate the air supply in a building and that draws power for these processes from electricity or gas.
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Using an active system during hand sampling reduces variability and therefore helps ensure that sample product efficacy and potency are not compromised.
NNA - AN-NAHAR: Cabinet returns with active system Progress regarding soldiers file and Beirut's southern suburbs plan soon?
Ultra s Multi-Static Active System (MSA) sonobuoys detect and track submerged targets and include a number of versions.
The model features Honda's City-Brake Active System, Sharp Electronics' Plasmacluster air filtering system and is available with a choice of two new colours, Fresh Lime Metallic (available with an optional white roof) and Horizon Turquoise Pearl (available with an optional silver roof).
Calling corruption the root cause of all evils, he said his team would introduce an active system free of corruption in a move to safeguard the image of the country.
With one in 10 vehicles sold in the United States having a European nameplate, this legislation could have implications for American drivers, since European vehicles bound for the states likely will include the active system technology.
Active System 50, Dell Active System 200 and Dell Active System 1000, to meet
Promising a uniformed and active system of education for all, he also promised free education for children.
developed the "City-Brake Active System," an accident avoidance support system, and bundled it into the "Safety Package (tentative name)" with enhanced safety features that also includes vehicle occupant protection technology such as side airbags and side curtain airbags.
Dell DVS Enterprise - Active System 800 for VDI workloads help customers maximize productivity, increase operational efficiency and optimize system management
0 platform at the event, enabling quicker deployment of applications using its Active System 800 converged infrastructure and other associated architecture.
The topics include the state of the art in developing and applying seismic isolation and energy dissipation technologies for buildings in Japan, orthogonal roller pairs as an effective isolating system for low rise buildings, the energy-based evaluation of seismic response of structures with passive and active system, the seismic protection of bridges using viscous dampers, and the optimum design of tuned mass damper systems for seismic structures.

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