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immobilize

[i′mō·bə‚līz]
(medicine)
To render motionless or to fix in place, as by splints or surgery.
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The new ATA5291 PKE device combines low-frequency drivers and immobilizer base station technology into a tiny QFN-49 package, essentially removing one low frequency antenna, a standalone immobilizer base station module and an external crystal/resonator.
In Canada, the installation of immobilizer in all new cars sold is mandatory owing to the vehicle security legislations.
The Question proposed is: Does oral ET tube daily migration vary by immobilizer technique?
The Atmel AES-128 immobilizer protocol stack is the first open source stack to allow interoperability between different semiconductor vendors.
On top of that, we would like drivers to make use of antitheft equipment such as immobilizers and locks for steering wheels,'' the police agency said.
The nurse went immediately to the resident's bedside and removed the immobilizer and ACE bandage.
Most insurance companies cut premiums for automobiles equipped with immobilizers.
The Rolyan Knee Immobilizer is offered in short (20[inches]) and long (24[inches]) sizes.
Used for remote keyless entry systems in vehicles, the ATA5580 transponder includes the Atmel open immobilizer protocol stack with a built-in, high-performance AES-128 hardware cryptographic unit, a low-frequency (LF) immobilizer interface for power supply and bi-directional communication, and an LF antenna.
This consultation relates to the acquisition of breathalysers immobilizer and ancillary products and their installation by a qualified electrician in accordance with Decree No.
28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Atmel Corporation (NASDAQ: ATML), a leader in microcontroller and touch solutions, today announced availability of a new ultra-low power AVR microcontroller (MCU) with AES-128 immobilizer protocol stack.
These include the fuel gauge system, the automatic ignition cut-off, the distance-to-empty fuel system and the engine immobilizer system.