bypass filter


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bypass filter

[′bī‚pas ‚fil·tər]
(electronics)
Filter which provides a low-attenuation path around some other equipment, such as a carrier frequency filter used to bypass a physical telephone repeater station.
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The media used in the bypass filters is designed to solve both of these problems via computer-directed gradation of the weave and tension of the element, that filters at 40 micron capability at the outer layer, to 1 micron capability at the core.
Cybercriminals continue to employ more sophisticated methods to bypass filters and other technology solutions.
Earlier this month, an Iranian IT website reported that the last remaining software that enables users to bypass filters imposed on net traffic "has become practically inaccessible."
Earlier this month, an Iranian IT website reported that the last remaining software that enables users to bypass filters imposed on net traffic "has become practically inaccessible." Among such software is the virtual private network (VPN), which lets people circumvent the filtering of websites.
But today's students can bypass filters and run circles around barriers using cell phones and Blackberries.
Spammers, therefore, easily bypass filters by sending a unique, slightly different image each time.
Its Hillsdale and Wolverine divisions are worldwide suppliers of torsional and linear vibration dampers, micro bypass filters, steering knuckles, pump components and rubber coated metallic and paper gasketing for automotive OE and aftermarket applications.
Several methods were identified for reducing the cost and use of engine lubricating oil: (1) bypass filters, used in conjunction with traditional oil filters, can substantially reduce the number of oil changes required by increasing the intervals between oil changes by two to ten times; (2) synthetic lubricating oils have the potential to increase the length of time between oil changes, reduce engine wear, and enhance the engine's operation over a greater range of temperatures; and (3) oil analysis programs can also reduce engine oil use.
Almost immediately an energetic student spent four hours reverse-engineering the Napster protocol and published his findings on a web site so that Napster addicts could bypass filters.
The United States is trying to give Iranians (and others, especially the Chinese) technological workarounds that will allow them to bypass filters. The State Department said the website got 500,000 hits on its first day, an enormous volume.
With image filter in place, administrators could make sure that even if users manage to bypass filters like Keyword Filter, URL Filter and URL Blacklist, they would still not be able to view unwanted images.
These expert violators continually come up with new ways to bypass filters, including using bogus return addresses and intentionally misspelling key words that many falters track.