set composite

set composite

[′set kəm‚päz·ət]
(electricity)
Signaling circuit in which two signaling or telegraph legs may be superimposed on a two-wire, interoffice trunk by means of one of a balanced pair of high-impedance coils connected to each side of the line with an associated capacitor network.
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The common component and offices are selected in a color set composite material as a splash of color to the residential part and simultaneously to substantiate that this volume has a different function than the rest of the building.
The Air Force has set composites affordability as a critical initiative and one key Wyle research area includes delamination as a mode of failure in composites materials.