analog communications

analog communications

[′an·əl‚äg kə‚myü·nə′kā·shənz]
(communications)
System of telecommunications employing a nominally continuous electric signal that varies in frequency, amplitude, or other characteristic, in some direct correlation to nonelectrical information (sound, light, and so on) impressed on a transducer.
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With this donation, which involved migrating analog communications to digital through a solution comprised of 25 mobile radios for ambulances and 15 portable radios for rescue workers, the unit is better prepared to respond to emergencies.
Expertise: 30 years in telecommunications sales and engineering, working with traditional analog communications as well as Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).
analog communications and thereby contextualized into preexisting Fourth
The first is for senior undergraduate students who have completed an introductory communications course that is heavy on analog communications. The second course is for graduate students who have a firm background in random variables and processes.
The second challenge revolves around the battalion's function as a transition and also a translation point for digital communications to and from brigade and analog communications with the companies in the field.
"This rate controller features an embedded web server, true five-point automatic rate calibration, automatic feeder refill, various alarms including rate tolerance and disturbance, and optional DeviceNet, EtherNet/IP, Remote I/O, Profibus, Modbus TCP/IP, and Analog communications," Hardy says, adding that it also includes "Waversaver[R] to eliminate the effects of surrounding vibration for fast, stable weight display, C2[R] electronic calibration without test weights, a Secure Digital (SD) Memory Module card for fast transfer of configuration data, and Integrated Technician[R] for system diagnostics and troubleshooting." www.hardyinstruments.com.
This rate controller features an embedded web server, true five-point automatic rate calibration, automatic feeder refill, various alarms including rate tolerance and disturbance, and optional DeviceNet, EtherNet/IP, Remote I/O, Profibus, Modbus TCP/IP, and Analog communications. It also includes WAVERSAVER[R] to eliminate the effects of surrounding vibration for fast, stable weight display, C2[R] electronic calibration without test weights, a Secure Digital (SD) Memory Module card for fast transfer of configuration data, and INTEGRATED TECHNICIAN[R] for system diagnostics and troubleshooting.
In addition to offering data communications via a serial RS-232 interface, the DTXM RadioModem also supports analog communications in the 12.5 kHz and 25 kHz channel bandwidth versions.
The unit features an embedded web server, true five-point automatic rate calibration, automatic feeder refill, various alarms including rate tolerance and disturbance, and optional DeviceNet, EtherNet/IP, Remote I/O, Profibus, Modbus TCP/IP, and Analog communications.
An IP-centric system, the Inter-Tel 5000 serves up to 50 users per location, with four ports of voice mail, and support for both digital and analog communications in addition to IP transport.
II, Digital and Analog Communications System, Fifth Edition, Prentice Hall, 1997.
The telecommunications industry eliminated analog cellular service in urban areas at year-end 2005 so that remote monitoring of natural gas pressure using analog communications technology would no longer work.