sensing signal

sensing signal

[′sens·iŋ ‚sig·nəl]
(communications)
A special signal that is transmitted to alert the receiving station at the beginning of a message.
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By utilizing the IGBT current sensing signal, it enables fast switching at low current levels and slow switching at high current levels.
This high-tech business demands products manufactured for precision mechanical design and control, sensing signal acquisition and processing, electronic circuit design, analytical software programming, chemical interpretation of physical property changes, etc.
leads,' to deliver a sensing signal, along with a shared ground wire, explained Chen.
Available to control one to eight independent functions with a 6- to 35-V range, the design is based on a PWM/current sensing signal, which provides high accuracy of set point and is immune to load variations from coil temperature or long cable runs, the company said.
The elevation angle of the launch is approximately 85 degree and it reaches the altitude of 8km and its flight duration from take-off to disappearing of the remote sensing signal is about 90 seconds.
Multiple alarm channels are provided to monitor for the following conditions, under/overspeed, charge alternator failure, emergency stop, low oil pressure, high engine temperature, fail to start, fail to come to rest and loss of speed sensing signal.
EMG system telemetry transmission is used for wireless sensing signal EMG in real time from the optional areas in the monitoring of muscle activity during rehabilitation.
Sensing signals beyond the standard parameters of current, voltage and temperature.
They are also better equipped "for sensing signals that don't lend themselves to simple on-off, all-or-none values, such as vital signs and other physiological measurements involved in diagnosing and treating disease.
Although scientists have speculated that stem cells might act rather like drugs--in sensing signals, moving to specific areas of the body and executing complex reactions--this is the first time that a molecular mechanism for this process has been demonstrated.
Finally, the trend toward reducing the need for operator skills demands that control strategies be developed for using sensing signals to automatically control the process.
Kinases play a key role in the signaling pathways that control the sensation of pain and the transmission of pain sensing signals.