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- adjective Not
- adjective physics, computing Directly connected without an intervening
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Our telecom revolution is in large part built on the success of unswitched TCP/IP technology, much of which was developed by the propeller hat crowd at the big telcos.
The passengers would go forward through the vestibule to take their seats in the train proper and the emptied waiting car would then be unswitched and go back to the station to begin the performance all over again -- all this while the train was going at top speed.
Bought and Paid For From the Play of George Broadhurst Arthur Hornblow 1903
Now we ain't goin 'to give ornery unswitched horse, that hain't done nawthin' wuth a quart of oats sence he wuz foaled, pet names that would be good enough fer Nancy
The Day's Work - Volume 1 Rudyard Kipling 1900
These are metal rings rigidly mounted on the rotor, and combined with brushes (as used with commutators), provide continuous unswitched connection to the rotor windings.
Nineteen recommendations dealt with kilowatts, advising OU to turn off lights, unplug "energy vampire" appliances, and rewire buildings to eliminate round-the-clock unswitched lighting.
The Athens NEWS :: Athens, Ohio's only locally-owned newspaper :: Home Jim Phillips 2010
•Fans require an unswitched electrical junction box.
* 10 AC outlets (2 switched, 2 delayed, 6 unswitched) * Clean Power Stage 3 V2 circuitry (sections for analog audio/video, high-current audio, and digital components) * selectable voltmeter/ampmeter w/front-panel digital LED display
Users can also plug their modem, wireless router, and printer into unswitched outlets to keep their wireless network and printing up and running while the main computer system is off.
Users can also plug their modems, wireless routers, and printers into unswitched outlets to keep their wireless network and printing up and running while the main computer system is off.