passive network

passive network

[′pas·iv ′net‚wərk]
(electricity)
A network that has no source of energy.
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passive network

The traditional network in which routers are periodically updated by network administrators or by neighboring routers. Contrast with active network.
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The [pounds sterling]2.5m agreement means Hexatronic UK will supply the passive network components for the operator's new 10Gb/s full fibre network.
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This partnership includes sharing of active and passive network infrastructure in current networks, spectrum sharing, as well as future build-out of 5G.
Under this agreement, PTCL willmanageand maintain active and passive network operations on behalf of the bank at more than 170 branches countrywide, as well assupport the bank in meeting the current and future customer demands.
Under this agreement, PTCL willmanageand maintain active and passive network operations on behalf of the bank at more than 170 branches countrywide, as well assupport the bank in meeting the current and future customer demands.PTCL will also bemanagingthe bank's overall point to point and point to multipoint connectivity, along with dual media connectivity.
Under the agreement, PTCL will manage and maintain active and passive network operations on behalf of the bank at more than 170 branches countrywide, as well as support the bank in meeting the current and future customer demands.
Under this agreement, PTCL will manage and maintain active and passive network operations on behalf of the bank at more than 170 branches countrywide, as well as support the bank in meeting the current and future customer demands.
Passive network monitoring and machine learning enable detection of abnormal activity and automated rule generation to stop malware and intruders with MSi security appliances before they do damage to operations.
"More specifically edge and fog computing (clusters of edge computing devices deployed where multiple computing resources are required) could be used to reduce the reach of insecure protocols, reduce the number of workstations needed in the environment, reduce or eliminate the need for out-of-band resources for passive network monitoring and remove identifying information prior to sending to upstream applications such as cloud solutions."
These include test and measurement equipment, high capacity microwave for back-haul, test equipment for optical and RF, protocol analysers, active and passive network monitoring, indoor wireless access, outdoor wireless point to point and point to multi-point wireless solutions in frequency ranges from 400MHz to 80GHz, and RF drive test equipment.
Converter1 and converter3 are connected with the power grid, converter2 with a wind power field, and converter4 with a passive network to provide local load.

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