network relay

network relay

[′net‚wərk ′rē‚lā]
(electricity)
Form of voltage, power, or other type of relay used in the protection and control of alternating-current low-voltage networks.
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The Kentix IP Keypad central unit with network access is established by a network relay module.
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Weather stations throughout the trunk road network relay information to our operating companies on temperature, wind speeds and rainfall.
The Ally is an in-line security appliance that provides omni-directional analysis and protection for network traffic while ensuring traffic always flows with NetFailOpen(TM), an unattended network relay for planned and unplanned downtime.
Orange adopted an innovative approach for denser deployment of its Internet of Things (IoT) network based on LoRa technology (Long Range): up to 5,000 Orange employees will receive a LoRa Lamp which serves as an additional network relay.
Contract notice: Network relay points council accreditation of prior experience.
Common network relay attacks from hacker tools like Back Orifice can bypass a firewall for direct access to the network," said Barry Cioe, product manager for AXENT(R).
Customers will be able to access the HALO Network unobstructed by buildings, trees, and terrain features that affect ground-based systems, while providing a digital network relay system at a fraction of the cost of other systems.
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OpenWay residential and commercial smart electricity meters and accompanying wide area network relays were successfully tested using Itron's enhanced security architecture based on elliptic curve cryptography (ECC).
Each node in the network relays its data to a sink node, which collects all of the sensor data.
Using a cellular connection, the network relays the environmental readings back to a server at Accenture Technology Labs in Palo Alto, Calif.
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