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emulate

To imitate the operation of another device or platform. It enables another digital standard to be processed by equipment that normally deals with its own native format or protocol. See emulator.
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The rising demand for network emulators, which are cloud-driven and cloud-supported, has further resulted in the increase in the demand for network emulator solutions in the APAC region, thereby resulting in more investments and technological advancements across verticals.
The gaming console can allegedly output at 4K resolution, but the problem with this is that the console is an emulator that only runs games from older generation consoles, like the first PlayStation, the Nintendo Entertainment System and the GameBoy Advance.
Emulators by themselves are technically not illegal, but their function allowed for a certain form of video game piracy.
Channel Emulators 10 Years Ago Channel Emulators Now * Single link testing or * Testing multiple devices and channels limited amount or nodes up to network level configurations.
The Traffic Commissioner's report notes: "The company's response to the DVSA's formal request for an explanation stated that the emulators were fitted to overcome technical difficulties with the emissions warning systems in some vehicles.
The solution is that now, if you were to play PUBG Mobile via an emulator, your are prompted with a pop-up that says "emulator detected", and you will now supposedly only be paired with and against other players who are playing on emulators.
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By taking advantage of Apposite's unique engine-locking capabilities, four separate users can each run their own, independent tests on a dedicated pair of 10 Gbps ports, providing a highly compact and cost-effective alternative to purchasing multiple emulators.
Abstract: In this paper, new fully floating memristor emulator circuit that consumes ultra-low energy is presented.
There are several different open source and commercial real-time emulators available.
Thus the emulator has the same advantage as the emulators in [17, 23]; that is, the incremental or decremental type memristor can be interchanged by using an additional switch K.
As a result, evaluations are often performed using emulators to mimic components or subsystems.