passive system

passive system

[′pas·iv ‚sis·təm]
(electronics)
Electronic system which emits no energy, and does not give away its position or existence.
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While SIEM is primarily a passive system, there are key operational risks related to the procurement, deployment and ongoing management of an SIEM solution.
This innovative and novel use of a passive system architecture is not only very cost effective for our clients, but is a reliable and safe method of minimizing the heat transferred to the battery while charging," said Ron Pitchel, Vice President of Engineering and Continuous Improvement for Micro Power.
It's a passive system, and an aging parent is comforted knowing family members are checking in regularly.
We are a member of both the Canada and US Green Building Councils, and have more than 200 staff members with expertise that includes alternative energy sources, passive system design and green building systems.
At the same time, the Mojix STAR system enables entirely new functions to be performed in a passive RFID environment--allowing a single passive system to be deployed to cover all of an organization's presence detection, location tracking, and authentication and security needs.
In 2009, passive systems for monitoring social media policies - acting when appraised of an issue - was used by 32% of respondents and yet, despite the exponential growth of Social Media use, the availability of monitoring solutions, and the increase in company policies that restrict its use, passive system are now relied upon by 48% of respondents.
Mature remote entry system provides low-cost low-value, while the nascent passive system provides high-cost high-value," remarks the analyst.
Additionally, the unique techniques of construction produce a reliable and economical backplane that is a passive system component and does not act as a point of failure.
The ESW XTRM Cat(TM) locomotive oxidation catalyst is a passive system that does not rely on complicated electronics, heated elements or fuel additives to reduce PM emissions.
In 2003, Einstein's main Emergency Department was one of the first emergency care facilities to implement a passive system for tracking patients, staff and medical equipment.
The current approach creates a passive system, in which more than 20 million people who may benefit from substance abuse treatment (SAT) are overlooked.