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signalling

a means of conveying information. In MARKETS, changing prices ‘signal’ to consumers and producers about changing demand and supply conditions. See PRICE SYSTEM.
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C7 Signalling Systems" provides a detailed treatment of the principles and operation of C7 signalling systems.
ATP, the intracellular energy source, is also an extremely important cell-cell signalling molecule for a wide variety of cells across evolutionarily diverse organisms.
The turnkey contracts include the project management and the supply of 1,738 metro cars and new signalling systems for the Victoria Line and Sub-Surface Lines, together with the maintenance of the rolling stock.
H&J's new ATM source code is used by network equipment manufacturers to add reliable, advanced signalling functionality to network devices such as switches and routers.
Different signalling options can be compiled out to minimize the size of target system memory.
These specifications define the procedures for user-network signalling to support dynamic establishment of switched frame relay connections (SVCs).
BUSINESS WIRE)--April 12, 1996-- Hewlett-Packard Company today introduces its HP E4214A UNI(1) signalling test application for the industry-leading HP Broadband Series Test System (BSTS) platform.
Founded in 1881, Union Switch & Signal has been a world leader in the design and manufacture of railway signalling and control equipment for more than 100 years.