sensing station

sensing station

[′sens·iŋ ‚stā·shən]
(computer science)
reading station
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Late in December 2013, a remote temperature sensing station was discreetly installed on a rock bluff below the cliffs of the Devils' Kitchen in Cwm Idwal.
The sensing station determines the channel is idle during the CCA when the channel is actually idle.
A sensing station is a delivery unit that compresses natural gas to 200-250 bar and makes available for CNG vehicles, whether or not through buffer tanks.
Just like its successful predecessor, the A733 is a solar-powered sensing station that transmits vital data via radio waves and makes recommendations on the most effective applications for irrigation management, water management, and disease control.
AgSmarts products are designed with growers in mind, offering a flexible, durable line of sensing stations and an easy-to-use mobile and cloud-based software platform.
It will use multimedia and interactive components including media tables, LED screens, digital imaging buyer, 3D animations, and vision, hearing and sensing stations.
He commended the capability of the Kingdom's seismic sensing stations to detect minute tremors even 5,000 km away.
With several microclimates and soil types to monitor in his Mount Veeder vineyard, he installed four motes, or wireless sensing stations, during the spring of 2005 to gather information, process data and transmit it to his desktop computer.
In-field sensing stations monitor soil moisture and soil and air temperatures.
Specializing in high-tech solutions for the agricultural industry, Adcon Telemetry's monitoring systems use solar-powered sensing stations to transmit vital data via radio waves.
The AgSmarts environmental sensing stations empower producers to monitor and apply inputs more efficiently.
Adcon Telemetry's system uses solar-powered sensing stations to collect and transmit vital climatic data, such as soil moisture, humidity, and air temperature, from the field to a personal computer via radio waves.