reconfigure


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reconfigure

To change the status of something.
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It took Emirates Engineering 55 days of ground time to reconfigure the first aircraft.
Reconfigure the Re-ablement Service, so it |concentrates solely on complex, high-risk discharge from hospital and intermediate care, saving PS27,000 with approx one job loss.
The variation of electrical length depends on the variation values of [C.sub.r] to reconfigure the nominal center frequency to a new position.
Hillerod, Denmark, September 30, 2012 --(PR.com)-- PCBMotor ApS, ultrasonic piezoelectric motor manufacturers, announce a revolutionary solution that enables wireless communication networks to remotely reconfigure deployed radio frequency (RF) filters and duplexers, lower their operational costs and offer more flexible services.
NI TestStand 4.0 features a streamlined sequence editor that can easily reconfigure the program's development environment to meet the functionality requirements of advanced systems or facilitate the use of basic software features.
Denison Industries, Denison, Texas, broke ground in December to reconfigure 8,000 sq.
"One of the things that we like best about the system is that you can reconfigure it so easily," Huster said.
This will operate within open-systems architecture giving it the capability to reconfigure mission modules and ship systems to tailor it for specific warfighting missions.
Just as it is necessary to recalculate the provider capacity necessary to deliver care, it is likewise necessary to reconfigure staff support.
Depending on access privileges, a user can remotely reset alarms, reconfigure parameters, operate and interrogate totalisers, enter on-screen messages for local operators and fully reconfigure the recorder.
The 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol enables network switches to reconfigure a network in order to break the loops that can occur in an Ethernet network when more than one path exists between two end points.
Collaboratively compiled, organized, and edited by Alison Calder (English Department, University of Manitoba) and Robert Wardhaugh (History Department, University of Western Ontario), History, Literature, And The Writing Of The Canadian Prairies is a compendium of ten perceptive and informative essays from contributors who explore contemporary Canadian prairie identity and reconfigure "the prairie" as a construct that is both non-linear and diverse, responding to the impact of geographical, historical, and political trends.

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