direct recording

direct recording

[də′rekt ri′kȯrd·iŋ]
(engineering acoustics)
Recording in which a record is produced immediately, without subsequent processing, in response to received signals.
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After the P25 (digital) radio system project is completed, Henderson will be required to upgrade the logging recorder to allow for direct recording from the SNACC master switch (instead of from the control stations located in our facilities).
That resolution cancelled the P32-million lease of the Election Management System and the Precinct-Based Direct Recording Electronic system, and the P727-million procurement of the Voter Verification System.
The Commission on Elections (Comelec) will no longer pilot test the Direct Recording Electronic (DRE) voting system in the May 2016 national and local polls.
Using direct recording of brain activity in surgical epilepsy patients, who were listening to natural spoken sentences, Dr.
2 voting system by Premier Election Solutions, which includes optical-scan and direct recording electronic device (DRE) technology, to the 2002 Voting System Standards.
Following mechanical failures in punch-card machines during the 2000 election, many EMBs used federal support to purchase direct recording equipment, or touch-screen computer systems.
Both series offer direct recording onto an internal hard disk, with a bandwidth of up to 100kHz per channel.
Since these criteria are not code words for any particular voting technology, the League neither supports nor opposes any type of technology per se, such as Direct Recording Electronic voting machines (DREs), Voter Verified Paper Trails (VVPT), or optical scan.
Its features include one-time creation of customized menus, a comprehensive range of digital and analog input/outputs, chapter-by-chapter creation and direct recording.
For example, direct recording electronic systems offer advantages in ease of use because they can have features that accommodate voters with various disabilities, and they protect against common voter errors, such as overvoting (voting for more candidates than is permissible); a disadvantage of such systems is their capital cost and frequent lack of an independent paper audit trail.
HP (NYSE:HPQ)(Nasdaq:HPQ) and Philips (NYSE:PHG) have announced their joint development of a new copy protection technology designed to enable direct recording of "copy-once" content from digital broadcast signals.
Oregon intends to purchase direct recording electronic voting machines so that voters with disabilities have the option of casting their vote independently, on a machine permanently stationed at the county elections office or on a mobile unit that can be transported to a location that best accommodates the voter.