satellite computer

satellite computer

[′sad·əl‚īt kəm‚pyüd·ər]
(computer science)
A computer which, under control of the main computer, handles the input and output routines, thereby allowing the main computer to be fully dedicated to computations.

satellite computer

A computer located remotely from the host computer or under the control of the host. It can function as a slave to the master computer or perform offline tasks.
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The satellite computer was designed and assembled at Benha Electronics company, affiliated to the Military Production Ministry, Ibrahim announced at a conference titled "Egypt Can 3 .
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The 12 new vehicles with on board satellite computer technology are part of the 38-strong fleet spread around the county covering 1,200 miles of core roadways.
The 12 new vehicles with on board satellite computer technology are part of a 38-strong fleet across the county,covering 1,200 miles of core roadways.
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New research financed by the Department of Environment, Transport and the Regions and conducted by the Nuneaton-based Motor Industry Research Association and Leeds University could mean cars will soon have their speeds controlled by satellite computer systems.
New government research to be presented to Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott has found that advances in technology mean individual cars could soon have their speeds controlled by satellite computer systems.

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