switching key

switching key

[′swich·iŋ ‚kē]
(building construction)
key
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LAST week I talked briefly about the government's plans to make switching key services easier, and how they're asking the whole country to get involved with the consultation by Sharing their own experiences of switching (which you can do here, by the way bisgovuk.citizenspace.com But why is the government doing this?
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The reconfigurable conditioning circuit (2J + 2R + 4K) consists of resistance sensors connected into a bridge circuit, two precise reference resistors, two current sources and four switching keys which change the circuit way of operating.
A reconfigurable circuit with four switching keys is so universal that it can be used to measure potentials in 4 nodes: A, B, C and D, in selected cycles and calculate combinations of increases of four resistances.
The chromatic marimba allowed him to play without switching keys, whereas with the diatonic marimba, the player must literally change the wood keys to change the key of the instrument or use a second marimba that is tuned to another key.
The inverter applies threephase voltage signals determined by changes on the switching keys, which are calculated by the algorithm.
For an OC-12c (622 Mbps) network this implies switching keys every 700 nanoseconds for each direction on a duplex link.