multistation

multistation

[′məl·tē‚stā·shən]
(communications)
Pertaining to a network in which each station can communicate with each of the other stations.
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Study and Works for Technological upgrading of Firenze node by the implementation of the Multistation Computer Based Railway Control System, upgrading on the node and signalling on the Firenze - Empoli stretch
This investigation used only 3 military relevant tasks (prone position into 30 m sprint, 27 m zigzag run, 10 m casualty drag) vs the multistation (8-19) obstacle courses frequently used in other investigations, since direct action raids mostly involve short distance sprinting around obstacles and to points of cover.
Standard features: Rotary table for multistation operation.
For example, the revolutionary BIM One Box Leica Nova MS50 MultiStation, introduced in June 2013, offers full-featured total station layout capabilities that can handle BIM layout points from Revit, AutoCAD or virtually any other BIM or CAD program with ease, while also integrating real-time delta reporting for quality assurance checks and high definition laser scanning capabilities for capturing as-built point clouds to be compared with the as-designed model.
Studies showed combined ergometry and multistation resistance training improved strength, ergometry performance, anaerobic power, cardiovascular endurance, psychological well-being, oxygen consumption (V[O.
UFO Orbit was used to derive the radiant point for each multistation Perseid, corrected for zenith attraction.
In addition, CNRL wanted to leverage PcVue's ability to support multistation architectures for networking and currently runs Modbus Roc, Roc Talk, and BSAP.
Economy of thermal energy when vulcanizing tires in multistation vulcanizers.
In a split screen, multistation world, one camera and one voice, especially a static one, is by the late 1930s no longer enough.
This multistation laboratory uses a combination of preserved and live specimens, slides, and images to present samples of each phylum.
We also used the equipment to record data from new metal-polyethylene and ceramic-ceramic hip prostheses by attaching the microphone to the test chambers of a multistation hip joint simulator (MTS[R] Systems Corporation, Eden Prairie, Minnesota).
For this reason, solutions such as PT multistation that allow simultaneous connection to different brokers is becoming more popular.