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Telecommunications tower is the generic description of Radio masts and towers built primarily to hold telecommunications antennas.
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In a computer system, a chipset is a set of electronic components in an integrated circuit known as a "Data Flow Management System" that manages the data flow between the processor, memory and peripherals.
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Text-to-Speech is the type of service that understands natural spoken languages and generates audio output with full intonation and cadence.
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Channel-in-a-box (CiaB) is defined as collapsing the pieces of traditional master control and playout chain such as switchers, graphics, servers, audio, routing and channel branding into a single integrated software application that runs on generic IT-based hardware.
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Train communication gateways systems enable the exchange of information throughout the train. Gateways help to connect to the train communication network. They are also called protocol converters and may communicate using more than one protocol. There are two interface buses used in the TCN: Vehicle bus: Used for intra-vehicle communication, and Train bus: Used for wide information exchange. The wire train bus (WTB) gateway is used as a train bus, and a multifunction vehicle bus (MVB) gateway is used as a vehicle bus. Gateway bus technologies such as controller area network (CAN), serial links, and Ethernet train bus (ETB) are used as a vehicle bus. They provide larger bandwidths and a flexible network.
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Bluetooth beacons are becoming increasingly popular across industries as they are a cost effective and simple deploy model. As these beacons are supported by almost all operating systems, their demand is expected to increase. Bluetooth beacons are deployed by businesses to send content and information, which are contextually relevant, to users at specific locations. They open up the probability of connecting the online virtual world with the offline, physical world by providing context –aware information to mobile users. Bluetooth beacons devices broadcast signals and messages to smart devices under range, in the form of notifications. They basically consist of a chip and various electronic components on a small circuit board. As these devices offer a more personalized and enhanced user experience, the market for Bluetooth beacons is projected to grow at a healthy pace.
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A beacon is a small Bluetooth radio transmitter. It’s kind of like a lighthouse: it repeatedly transmits a single signal that other devices can see. Instead of emitting visible light, though, it broadcasts a radio signal that is made up of a combination of letters and numbers transmitted on a regular interval of approximately 1/10th of a second. A Bluetooth-equipped device like a smartphone can “see” a beacon once it’s in range, much like sailors looking for a lighthouse to know where they are.
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Biometrics technology is used for identification and authentication of people with the help of their biological and behavioral characteristics. An employee is asked for his user ID as soon as he logs into the retail PoS system. However, without typing in his password, he can simply scan his finger on the biometric fingerprint reader. Every time an employee tries to access a password-protected area, he is required to scan his finger. This leads to increased accountability, which ensures protection from accidental and intentional damage to the company’s data.
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Automotive Biometrics is an electronic device utilized for identification and authentication in vehicles for number of applications mainly, vehicular access, ignition switch, vehicle immobilizer, rationalization, and health monitoring. 
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Biometric technology uses human physical attributes as locks and keys, making it particularly suitable for access control systems on the buildings of large organisations. Using biometrics for security and identification requires meeting two challenges: they must be cheap enough and sufficiently simple to be used by ordinary users. Furthermore, for enhanced security, these biometric access control systems should combine two or more types of authentication, such as coupling fingerprints with key codes or passwords to provide greater trust that who is logging in is only who is expected to do so.