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mote

(reMOTE) A wireless receiver/transmitter that is typically combined with a sensor of some type to create a remote sensor. Some motes are designed to be incredibly small so that they can be deployed by the hundreds or even thousands for various applications (see smart dust).
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It crushed them into the remotest recesses of their own minds, pressing out of them, like juices from the grape, all the false ardours and exaltations and undue self-values of the human soul, until they perceived themselves finite and small, specks and motes, moving with weak cunning and little wisdom amidst the play and inter-play of the great blind elements and forces.
And romantic it certainly was--the fog, like the grey shadow of infinite mystery, brooding over the whirling speck of earth; and men, mere motes of light and sparkle, cursed with an insane relish for work, riding their steeds of wood and steel through the heart of the mystery, groping their way blindly through the Unseen, and clamouring and clanging in confident speech the while their hearts are heavy with incertitude and fear.
Dolly Varden's pretty little head was yet bewildered by various recollections of the party, and her bright eyes were yet dazzled by a crowd of images, dancing before them like motes in the sunbeams, among which the effigy of one partner in particular did especially figure, the same being a young coachmaker (a master in his own right) who had given her to understand, when he handed her into the chair at parting, that it was his fixed resolve to neglect his business from that time, and die slowly for the love of her-- Dolly's head, and eyes, and thoughts, and seven senses, were all in a state of flutter and confusion for which the party was accountable, although it was now three days old, when, as she was sitting listlessly at breakfast, reading all manner of fortunes
In the pilot phase, the resistance of the thermistor was translated to temperature by the mote. To reduce the work load of the mote, this translation should be done on the server once the data get there.
The centerpiece of Customer Appreciation Day was a pizza-eating contest, which Mote said had never been done before in Eureka.
All experiments in this study used the configuration of one transmitting mote and four receiver motes arranged in a linear configuration in parallel to the transmitter.
Mote, 71, who is now out of jail, is awaiting the ruling of the criminal appeal court but yesterdaycivil appeal judges threw out his challenge to the Social Security Commissioners' demands.
In front of an estimated crowd of 4,100, Mote, who is ranked No.
Volunteering at Mote has helped Becca to zero in on her interests: She's decided that she wants to become an aquaculturist, or a person who raises fish and other sea life.
EETD is working with Hayward, CA-based Dust Networks[TM], providers of a wireless mesh networking technology consisting of "smart motes" (tiny sensors that create a low-power, connected network of sensors, control devices, computers, and other related devices).
Oil painting expert at Bonhams Alistair Laird said: "I have never seen a Mote painting of the North before.
Much of this text, so Mote informs us, had been presented to his students, and his aim in writing this book was to make China intelligible to American students.