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ICE

abbreviation for INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ENGINEERS.
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When looking at the emulated load's small-signal impedance, the small-signal impedance of the emulator will certainly play a role as shown by the second term in Eq.
Figure 4(b) is the oscilloscope display of a pinched hysteresis loop measured from the memcapacacitor emulator.
"As MindTree is widely respected for the quality and reliability of its wireless product line, the fact that the company chose the ACE MX MIMO channel emulator for its WiMAX and LTE testing needs is a powerful validation of our product's advanced capabilities," said Pete Paglia, vice president of sales and business development at Azimuth Systems.
"We are committed to supporting and advancing the HD DVD ecosystem, and the new Xbox 360 HD DVD Emulator reflects these efforts by providing developers with the software-based tools they need to efficiently deliver the highest-quality content," said Jordi Ribas, general manager of HD DVD at Microsoft.
Press the F1 key for OPERATIONAL, the F2 for TRAINING, and the F3 for EMULATOR. Any time you change from one mode to another you will need to restart IPADS.
They just run in a browser window, because the emulator and the ROMs are small enough to be downloaded just like Web pages.
External - Data is sourced from various industry standard third party load generators over 802.3 Ethernet, mapped to each vSTA by IP address, and forwarded over 802.11a to the WLAN device under test by the emulator.
You can also download skins to make the emulator appear like different Palm OS hardware models.
Palm OS Emulator software: Available for free, this software for Apple Macintosh or Windows computers simulates running the Palm OS desktop and its applications.
An emulator that simulates the linearly-polarized magnetic fields of walk-through metal detectors was developed by NIST researchers for the FDA to conduct EMI tests of PMEDs.
The author has developed a new kind of heliodon, called the Sun Emulator, which is especially useful for both the initial teaching of solar geometry and for the actual design of buildings and communities that are in harmony with the sun.
A software program and/or hardware (a switch) that permits alternative access to mouse functions is called a "mouse emulator." A mouse emulator is a device (and all its connections) that takes the place of and functions as a regular mouse.