output link

output link

[′au̇t‚pu̇t ‚liŋk]
(communications)
The last link in a communications chain.
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Their disadvantage is that the law of motion of the output link is totally dependent on profile of the cam or the coulisse, change the cam when it is worn out leads to downtime of mechanism and tangible material losses.
i] free BBUs in the input link, interstage links creating a connection path, and the output link in a given direction.
All these are obtained by means of its inverse model when it is necessary to describe a given trajectory for the extreme point of the output link.
In MANETs, intermediate mobiles nodes receive and store packet in their buffers and then forward the packet to an output link if this link is available.
Port serial numbers are used to mark IF flow, input link and output link like in Fig.
74 ounces and comes equipped with an output link, a C-mount and two optional cable lengths (3 and 5 meters) for easy configuration into machine vision systems where space is limited.
If either set of buffers fill up, either because packets are coming in too fast for the router engine, or because an output link can't take them out as fast as the router engine can decide their next hop, the router has no way to tell the rest of the network about this congestion.
2] link noise figure of 40 dB, input link noise floor of -134 dBm in a 1 Hz bandwidth, output link noise floor of -167 dBm in a 1 Hz bandwidth, [IP.
UPC parameters are optimized for the number of identical, independent TCP connections sharing a single output link of the ATM switch according to the considerations in the following paragraphs.
Such peculiarity of the construction enables the output link (table) to make movements in two directions those are in a square position to each other.
But despite this, it can not provide an idea of the processes occurring within the area of zero velocities that are necessary to understand how they affect the accuracy of positioning of the output link.