command set

command set

[kə′mand ‚set]
(communications)
A radio set used to receive or give commands, as between one aircraft and another or between an aircraft and the ground.
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At last he gave the problem up as beyond his powers of solution, and at Sing's command set about the task of helping to nurse the man whom he considered the author of his unhappiness and whom a few short minutes before he had come to kill.
These latest generation CHiLA controllers offer enhanced features over the previous generation including significant expansion in the PMBus command set, substantial reduction in quiescent current to enable higher peak efficiency, min/max telemetry recording and an improved high-speed phase balance algorithm.
The API uses a message-based command set that helps to reduce programming complexity.
Southern Command set up tent villages in Dera Allah Yar and Dera Murad Jamali.
Basra Operations Command set security plans in preparation for the upcoming elections to be conducted on next January 16th.
An easy-to-use high-level command set controls card printing and diagnostics, and enables printer security.
It conforms to the ATA-PI command set, which is the standard used on hundreds of millions of drives.
Streaming Command Set integration optimizes the drives for storing and retrieving digital video content on a DVR.
US storage vendor Western Digital Corp has unveiled its StreamWeaver technology, an interface command set developed specifically for the home entertainment market.
The full extended AT command set is provided together with 2400, 1200, and 0-300 bps operation for complete data modem compatibility.
The standard includes a command set designed for the iSCSI transport layer--in essence providing object extensions to the traditional iSCSI block command set.

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