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remote terminal

[ri′mōt ′tər·mən·əl]
(computer science)
A computer terminal which is located away from the central processing unit of a data-processing system, at a location convenient to a user of the system.
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While the JDLMO liaison officer aboard GHWB proved invaluable in relaying information to the remote terminal module when UHF communications failed, the lack of sufficient operational evaluation of the JNL and common technical language between aircrew and ground operators did not contribute to the success of this operation.
ADC's new Soneplex HEMI module, which complies fully with Bellcore's GR-1089 A3 voltage specification for safe span powering, can be used to provide both HDSL transport and line power to E/O Network's CopperLean remote terminal. The HEMI module eliminates the need for local powering at the remote terminal and conserves valuable copper by providing network power over the same pairs used for HDSL transport.
Semaphore, a CSE Global company, has introduced its Kingfisher G30 compact remote terminal unit (RTU), which features open programming and many advanced features for SCADA system applications.
According to the company, Zhone is using Conexant's VDSL2 CPE and CO chip sets to offer high-speed, long reach and low cost solutions for multi-tenant and multi-dwelling unit (MxU), remote terminal and CO deployments.
At the time DIDs was designed and developed, DLSC realized a human-to-machine (remote terminal) interface was desirable.
Emerson Process Management introduces the ControlWave Express, a versatile, compact, low-profile remote terminal unit (RTU) with exceptionally low power consumption for remote installations.
Under the agreement, Unisys will continue to provide ATF with services such as infrastructure support, help desk support, installation, asset management, asset tracking, centralized and remote terminal management, special operations support and much more.
For example, the "elite" are two to three times more likely to monitor process and production data from their molding machines at a remote terminal, or to make those data available to multiple terminals in different areas of the plant, to network those process and production data with other plant databases (like quality, inventory, order entry, or personnel), and to use the computer-monitored processing data to automatically qualify a shot as probably good or bad, depending on whether all key variables remained within a quality "window."
Used to implement MIL-STD-1553 protocol in the aerospace industry, the CT25XX is a complete MIL-STD-1553 Dual Redundant Remote Terminal Unit.
The DataFlow RTU from Ricton is a remote terminal unit (RTU) and plug-in programmable radio transceiver combined in a single package.

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