guard signal

guard signal

[′gärd ‚sig·nəl]
(computer science)
A signal used in digital-to-analog converters, analog-to-digital converters, or other converters which permits values to be read or converted only when the values are not changing, usually to avoid ambiguity error.
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The Reserve and National Guard signal forces are providing ready forces deploying alongside our active forces throughout the world.
The 101st Signal Battalion (New York Army National Guard) remained active throughout the interwar period and, in May 1940, was the only National Guard Signal Battalion in the nation.
He had the tremendous responsibility for the deployment, force modernization, fielding and training of MSE to active duty, Reserve and National Guard Signal units.
Johnson also served as a platoon leader in a National Guard Signal Company during Operation Desert Storm in 1991.
Grecian Firebolt brought together active, reserve, and National Guard Signal units from the Army and Air Force to network several exercises across the country.
The annual exercise is still a multi-component exercise with elements of the Guard, Reserve and Air Guard," added CPT Wiley Blevins, training officer for the 261st, a National Guard signal unit.
Iowa National Guard Signal unit tests multiplexers for homeland defense; 27:4
She becomes restless after a guard signals her not to interact with us.
Shourd, who was released on bail last fall for health reasons and has refused to return for trial, says the three inadvertently crossed into Iran after a border guard signaled for them to approach.