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Gatekeeper

In insurance, requirements that a policyholder must fulfill before becoming eligible for a benefit. This especially applies to eligibility for long-term care in health insurance.

gatekeeper

a person who controls important information flows and access to other persons within an organization. The person concerned may have control over the information which goes up or down the organizational structure or in and out of the organization.

gatekeeper

A slang expression to describe the person you must persuade or impress just to get your proposal in front of a decision maker.

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hex is the filename of the hex file which contains the program to be programmed into the MCU memory.
Equipped with unique voice and video features, the viaIP MCU, now with SIP functionality, enables enterprises and service providers to build a powerful visual communications architecture for today's network and be assured of future operability with new, emerging protocols and end points for video telephony," Barak continues.
The next parts planned for the S12 MagniV family are single-chip solutions for applications such as brushless DC motor control, LED lighting, stepper motor control, generic LIN slave nodes or a general-purpose MCU combined with high-voltage I/O.
Condenser cleaning--Remove the MCU cover to expose the condenser fins.
The MCU's watchdog timer can be used to safeguard system operation by automatically resetting the MCU in the event of a program runaway or lock up.
Later this month, Freescale plans to begin sampling the sixth Kinetis MCU family - the K50 family for medical applications - and release details about the Kinetis K70 MCU family, featuring a floating point unit (FPU), tamper detection and graphic LCD capabilities.
When combined with the ability to connect to the MCU from any device, from within the enterprise or from a mobile client, any enterprise can unleash the power of video seamlessly.
The MCU includes 32 kilobytes (32KB) of single-voltage program/erase flash memory for simplified production programming.
While Renesas Electronics already mass produces MCUs with built-in display functionality, and these products have been widely adopted in applications that include displays, the company is meeting the increased and future market demands by releasing the SH7734 MCU, which integrates both an Open VG conformant graphics accelerator and a gigabit Ethernet controller.
Despite the challenging economic climate, difficult job market and struggling economy, MCU ended 2009 with a solid bottom line and an optimistic forecast.
This report provides a detailed study of the MCU market in 2007, covering following detailed information.