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emulate

To imitate the operation of another device or platform. It enables another digital standard to be processed by equipment that normally deals with its own native format or protocol. See emulator.
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When considering an xHIL application, the dc load to be emulated in hardware can be represented as shown in Figure 3, where Y is the admittance (reciprocal of impedance).
Summary: After introduction of UE-L1L2L3 and UE-L1L2 modules to increase test coverage on the Uu interface (1024 UEs emulated in one chassis for modem and system load testing) ERCOM is proud to introduce its new product
Accepting an input from 3 V to 75 V, the LM5118 emulated currentmode-controlled buck-boost DC/DC regulator controller from National Semiconductor is suited for battery-powered applications where the operating voltage can vary significantly.
Jodi Ulliott emulated the success of Sir Alan Sugar's BBC2 show by scooping success at last year's Staffordshire Apprenticeship Awards.
Larger network scale can be achieved by daisy-chaining up to six WaveTest 90 chassis for a total of 27,000 emulated clients.--Veriwave
Cross tabulation and results of the chi-square test for qualities respected, admired and emulated by each gender/socioeconomic status group are displayed in Table 4.
The champions emulated Preston North End's 115-year-old record, going a whole season unbeaten in the league thanks to goals by Thierry Henry and skipper Patrick Vieira.
Then, 100 years from now, people using different computer architectures would only have one hurdle to leap to read old formats on new machines--writing a set of instructions so the universal computer could be emulated on whatever machines exist then.
"I'm proud to include Digital NYC "Wired to the World" among our many other successful economic development initiatives that are being studied and emulated by cities all over the nation and the world."
Impairments emulated by the emulator include amplitude tilt, intermodulation distortion, group delay distortion, noise and interference.
In other words, an emulated device has little room for error in mimicking its mainframe counterpart.
Now we will talk about the generation of emulated signals.