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resistive

/re·sis·tive/ (re-zis´tiv) pertaining to or characterized by resistance.
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Resistive screens, which usually consist of a glass panel and a film screen with a thin metallic coating stacked on each other, stand to be the most widely adopted touch technology.
Some think than removal of sanctions would slow down materialization of Resistive Economy, while the opposite is the case in Iran and realization of the economy's policies will gain momentum in the post-sanctions setting," said the Iranian official.
However, as resistive loads are usually only a small part of any data centre's total power consumption the influence of a lagging power factor (pf) <0.
The resistive losses of the wheelchair tires and entire wheelchair systems have been measured experimentally using component-level analysis [10], treadmill [11-12], dynamometer [13], and roll-down tests [8,14-16].
The device is based on the principles of resistive memory, which can be used to create memory cells that are smaller, operate at a higher speed and offer more storage capacity than flash memory cells, the current industry standard.
These statements agree with the earlier suggestions of Wilkie [5] who stated that resistive forces used during cycle ergometry should be matched as closely as possible to active muscle output.
Although resistive technologies have conventionally been used to detect the position of a single touch on the screen, this article examines a new dual-touch concept that uses a resistive touch screen controller to detect the most common two-finger gestures (zoom, pinch and rotation) using inexpensive resistive touch screens.
In this paper, an effective solution for improving SEMW attenuation at low frequencies that is realized by a grounded RAM slab covered by a resistive sheet.
Visual and tactile cues, resistive tubing and external challenges on various surfaces begin improving the patient's mind-body connection, as well as strengthen muscles in a functional pattern.
The first region will exhibit resistive forces in response to an applied elongation along at least one axis before a substantial portion of the second regions develop significant resistive forces to the applied elongation and wherein the resistive forces occur without the use of an additional elastomeric material.
TrimSmart W778 thin film chip component trim system is optimized specifically for use in adjusting the resistive values of the latest generation of thin film chip resistors and resistor networks.
The AMP media produces metal particulates with a much finer grain size, producing a recording medium able to take full advantage of the high recording density potential of the magneto resistive head clusters used in these drives.