hardwired

hardwired

(1) Electronic circuitry that is designed to perform a specific task. See hard coded.

(2) Devices that are closely or tightly coupled. For example, a hardwired terminal is directly connected to a computer without going through a switched network.

(3) Fixed placement; for example, text and graphics that never change their location on a page. A "hardwired banner" is a banner ad that never changes.
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broadcast tech firm is nearly ready to expand its digital recording wireless product line with a handheld microphone that can function either as a wireless transmitter, or as a hardwired microphone.
If it's a hardwired unit and doesn't work, replace it immediately.
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Researchers at the Yale University School of Medicine in the US have found that the 'propensity for obesity' may be hardwired into the brain of some people, which means they often overeat and gradually become obese.
These differences are based in part on hardwired differences in how girls and boys hear and see, which in turn derive from hardwired differences in the cochlea and retina, respectively.
According to Hauser, the director of the cognitive-evolution laboratory at Harvard University, morality comes hardwired in the human brain, a consequence of our evolution as social animals.
With six partitions, eight built-in hardwire zones, and a total of 96 zones that can be configured as hardwired, wireless, or a combination, the panel includes a two-wire smoke detector loop that can handle up to 20 detectors.
BGE redesigned its control system using distributed I/O instead of a central hardwired electrical cabinet.
There is no one biological parameter that clearly defines sex," said Eric Vilain, MD, of the University of California, Los Angeles, whose research suggests gender is genetically hardwired before birth, regardless of which genitalia develop.
Sometimes it can seem as though boys' and girls' brains are hardwired differently.