monitor board

monitor board

[′män·əd·ər ‚bȯrd]
(communications)
A console at which a supervising telephone operator sits and from which she or he can intercept calls being handled by other operators.
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The monitor board was weighed and then placed at the center position of the width of the course, the rest of that course was filled with boards, and then several additional courses were added.
Each monitor board was placed on the load cells, one near each end of the board.
Monitor board attendance, along with any corrective action.
a leading supplier of multiple monitor display cards, has become the first to receive Microsoft's Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL) Windows 98 certification for its latest multiple monitor board, the Jeronimo Pro.