code signal

code signal

[′kōd ‚sig·nəl]
(communications)
A sequence of discrete conditions or events corresponding to a coded message.
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People will be handed flashlights to send a Morse code signal meaning I Love You into the night sky.
In any case, the official starting signal was the lowering of the International Code signal flags on the Committee Boat OffShore.
If the computer does not hear the correct code signal from these components it will assume that something has been changed, possibly stolen and will shut down.
Radio operators in Chile received a Morse code signal reading "Stendec" - an acronym experts say has no meaning.
In just 15 minutes, with the loss of only two men, the code signal 'Ham and Jam' was sent out to say both the bridges had been captured -along with the neighbouring Gondree Cafe, the first part of occupied France taken on D-Day.
The potential usefulness of GPS as a missile navaid may have been a factor in the US Government's decision deliberately to downgrade the accuracy of the C/A Code signal.
One of the ads depicts skyscrapers sending out the Morse code signal for "SOS" with flashing window lights.
Edison had stumbled over this idea while working on a telegraphy device to record traces of Morse code signal on to a disc.
Long wave standard broadcasts time code signal in the 40-80 kHz range.
Unlike a majority of today's keyless entry products which send a fixed code signal, National's device generates what is known as a "non-reversible" rolling code signal.
In just 15 minutes, with the loss of only two men, the code signal "Ham and Jam" was sent out to say both the bridges had been captured.
The opening of Beethoven''s Fifth, forever later associated with the World War 11 Morse Code signal of V for Victory, could be regarded as hackneyed.