crossover

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İngilizce - Türkçe
karşıya geçme
(Tıp) çapraz geçişli
travers
geçit
üst geçit
köprü
geçiş yeri
{i} genetik değişim
{i} atlama
kesişme
{i} aşma
{i} değişime uğratılmış karekteristik yapı
makas yeri rail
crossover distortion
geçiş distorsiyonu
crossover frequency
geçiş frekansı
crossover network
crossover ağ
crossover cable
kros kablosu
crossover connections
geçiş bağlantı elemanları
crossover distortion
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) geçiş bozulması
crossover point
(Askeri) hava önleme geçiş noktası
crossover point
(Askeri) HAVA ÖNLEME GEÇİŞ NOKTASI: Hava savaş sahası içindeki bir hedefin hava önleme hedefi olmaktan çıkıp yerden havaya füzelerin hedefi haline geldiği uzaklık
crossover road
köprülü kavşak
crossover road
üstten atlayan yol
crossover v neck
(Tekstil) binmeli v yaka
crossover valve
krosover valf
thermal crossover
(Askeri) TERMAL GEÇİŞ: İki nesne arasında kızılaltı görüntüde farklılığın kalmadığı, normal olarak günde iki defa, sıcaklık koşullarının uygun durumda olduğu zaman oluşan doğal olay
İngilizce - İngilizce
The means by which the crossing is made
A pair of switches and a short, diagonal length of track which together connect two parallel tracks and allow passage between them
An automobile that is a mix of two kinds of automobiles, i.e. the Pontiac Torrent
the result of the exchange of genetic material during meiosis
A piece of fiction that borrows elements from two or more fictional universes
A place where one thing crosses over another
A blend of multiple styles of music, intended to appeal to a wider audience
A device or circuit used in systems with separate tweeter and/or midrange drivers It "rolls off" frequencies above and below certain points in the range, to allow the sound to be tailored for the specific driver to which it is sent
A transition frequency separating two regions of operation, such as the crossover frequency of a speaker system between bass and midrange or between midrange and treble Crossover networks divide audio signals into these separate frequency ranges to permit individual response adjustments within the ranges and to separate the signals driving the corresponding speaker elements
The crossover is a skating technique is which one skate is placed in front of the skate on the opposite leg It can be done while skating forward or backward Crossovers are used to maneuver in the corner or to accelerate on an open portion of the rink
- A device that filters music into separate bands, and allows only the frequencies above or below the crossover frequency to pass to the speaker or speakers
- A device that manipulates a signal and sends a bandwidth of frequencies to the speakers that are best suited to reproduce a given range of frequencies It uses filters which begin to decrease the output of a speaker at a given frequency and slope A slope denotes how quickly a speaker's response will fade out past the crossover point and this slope will always be a multiple of 6dB per octave For example, if the crossover point is [email protected] 12dB per octave for the tweeter, the tweeter will play above 3000Hz Below this point, it will begin to fade out and at 1500Hz, which is one octave below 3000Hz, the output will be 12 dB less than the octave above It will continue doing so until it eventually become inaudible There are 3 type: highpass which pass frequencies above a certain point, lowpass which pass frequencies below a certain point) and bandpass which is a combination of the two, allowing for a band (or window) of frequencies to pass through
a voter who is registered as a member of one political party but who votes in the primary of another party
A reciprocal recombination event
Type or art that continues from one page of a book or magazine across the gutter to the opposite page Also called bridge, gutter bleed and gutter jump
A crossover of one style and another, especially in music or fashion, is a combination of the two different styles. the contemporary crossover of pop, jazz and funk
(Crossover Network), Electronic An electronic device or circuit that, when inserted between a mixer and amplifier, divides the audio spectrum into individual frequency ranges (low, high, and/or mid) before sending them to specialized amplifier/speaker combinations An advantage of this type of crossover is that it increases efficiency
Move that crosses the outer skate over the inner skate Crossovers retain speed while turning and may allow you to increase speed, depending on your stroke action They can be done while skating forward or backward Link to Turning
A method of turning corners and gaining speed on which the skater crosses one foot over the other
- An electric circuit that splits the audio frequencies into different bands for application to individual speakers, bass to the woofers and Treble to tweeters, etc A 'passive crossover' filters signals after they have been amplified, and don't require power An 'active crossover' (more effective and flexible) filters signals before amplification, sending different signals to different amps, these require power
All the devices (computers, terminal servers, routers etc ) with separate wires for transmit and receive are DTE (Data Terminal Equipment), while modems are DCE (Data Communications Equipment) When a host is connected to a terminal both are DTE and both use pin 1 for transmit and pin 2 for receive For the transmit line of one device to connect to the receive line of the other device, pin 1 at one end must connect to pin 2 at the other and vice versa This is termed a Crossover, and used for EIA 423, 10BASET and FDDI
the appropriation of a new style (especially in popular music) by combining elements of different genres in order to appeal to a wider audience; "a jazz-classical crossover album
In music or fashion, if someone makes a crossover from one style to another, they become successful outside the style they were originally known for. I told her the crossover from actress to singer is easier than singer to actress
A conductor which connects to a different pin number at each end
n a lateral footwork pattern in which the second step crosses over the first, used to cover medium distances
A frequency divider network that separates the audible frequency spectrum into different parts that are reproduced by dedicated drivers, i e a tweeter for the high frequencies, a midrange for the vocal range and a woofer for the bass
{i} point or place of crossing; structure (i.e. bridge) by which a river or highway can be crossed; device which enables trains to switch tracks
To move a checker from one quadrant to the next quadrant In the starting position, the runners have three crossovers each to reach the home board
Sexual mating between two genotypes in which a portion of the genes of one is joined to part of the genes of the other, to create a hybrid creature This recombination allows random searching of the possible phase space
A point where a portion of track crosses another part of the same track
a path (often marked) where something (as a street or railroad) can be crossed to get from one side to the other
When an image carries over from one page of a bound publication across the gutter to the opposite page
A style of footwork that require you to cross your feet
A frequency divider Crossovers are used in speakers to route the various frequency ranges to the appropriate drivers Additionally, many crossovers contain various filters to stabilize the impedance load of the speaker and or shape the frequency response Some crossovers contain levels controls to attenuate various parts of the signal A passive crossover uses capacitors, coils and resistors, usually at speaker level A passive crossover is load dependent (the transition may not be very smooth or accurate if a different speaker is substituted for the one the crossover was designed for)
An operator of reproduction where a point on the copies of two strings of attributes from each of two parents is selected, the strings are spliced, and the head of each is recombined with the tail of the other to form two new attribute strings
Deadline for bills or resolutions to move, or crossover, to the other house for consideration
the interchange of sections between pairing homologous chromosomes during the prophase of meiosis
two turnouts laid back-to-back to allow trains to move from one track to another parallel track
A field installed connection of a plenum or duct for the heating/air conditioning system to accommodate an extension of the main system from one modular to another The crossovers may be for electrical or plumbing purposes also
crossover dribble
A maneuver in which a dribbling player rapidly switches the ball from one side to the other in order to move around a defender
crossover vote
A vote by a person registered with one party in an election for a candidate in another
crossover network
(Mühendislik) A filter in a loudspeaker unit that divides the signal and delivers different parts to bass and treble speakers
crossover cable
A cable whose wires cross so that the transmit pit in at one end is connected to receive pin at the other end
crossover cable
A twisted-pair patch cable wired in such a way as to route the transmit signals from one piece of equipment to the receive signals of another piece of equipment, and vice versa This allows communication between two DTEs or two DCEs The opposite of a crossover cable is the straight-through cable
crossover cable
This refers to an Ethernet cable using RJ-45 connectors, where one end of the cable is wired so that the Receive signal pins on one connector are connected to the Transmit signal pins on the other connector A Crossover Cable may be used to connect two 10BaseT or 100BaseT network cards, basically making a network of two computers, for example
crossover cable
A cable in which receive and transmit lines (input and output) are crossed Crossover cables are sometimes needed to connect hubs together
crossover cable
A cable with wires that "cross over," so the terminating ends of the cable have opposite wire assignments (Contrast with straight-through cable)
crossover cable
A patch cord used to connect two computers together without a hub, or to daisychain hubs together when there is no uplink port on either hub
crossover cable
A type of networking cable in which some wires are reversed from one end to the other to join two computers or two hubs
crossover cable
Cat 5 cable in which the internal wiring crosses over; used to connect computer-to-computer or when no uplink ports are available on a hub
crossover cable
A twisted pair cable used only for a direct connection between a gas chromatograph and the PC network interface card (Agilent part number 5183-4649)
crossover cable
Special UTP cable used to connect hubs or to connect network cards without a hub Crossover cables reverse the sending and receiving wire pairs from one end to the other
crossover cable
A type of 10BaseT cable used to construct a two-system, hubless Ethernet network The advantage of such a network is cost, since you don't need to buy a hub to handle the packet switching There are disadvantages, though: You cannot expand beyond two systems, crossover cable networks tend to take more hand-holding and troubleshooting, and you often need to start up both systems at the same time
crossover cable
A crossover cable is used to network two computers without using a hub Crossover cables may also be required for connecting a cable or DSL modem to a wireless gateway or Access Point Instead of traversing the cable in parallel paths between the plugs, the signals "crossover " For example, in an eight-wire cable, the signal entering on pin one at one end of the cable would exit on pin eight at the other end
crossover cable
This is also called a "Crossed Cable " A Cat 5 or 5e cable that is used to connect one Personal Computer (PC) to another PC or one switch to another switch
crossover cable
Used to connect two computers directly with a single patch cable, so that the send wire from one computer is connected to the receive port on the other computer Crossover cables are useful in troubleshooting network connection problems
crossover cable
Cable used to connect two ethernet NIC cards A red crossover cable is supplied to connect the XpressDSL modem to the PC NIC card
crossover cable
A twisted pair patch cable wired in such a way as to route the transmit signals from one piece of equipment to the receive signals of another piece of equipment, and vice versa
crossover trial
In crossover trials, each subject receives at least two different treatments In general, one group receives treatment A while the other receives treatment B At some point in the study, each group then crosses over to the other treatment
crossover trial
in crossover trials, each subject receives both treatments being compared (often the test drug for one period and the placebo for another period) Such trials are used for patients who have a stable, usually chronic, condition during both treatment period
crossover trial
(Cochrane definition) A type of clinical trial comparing two or more interventions in which the participants, upon completion of the course of one treatment, are switched to another For example, for a comparison of treatments A and B, half the participants are randomly allocated to receive them in the order A, B and half to receive them in the order B, A A problem with this study design is that the effects of the first treatment may carry over into the period when the second is given
crossover voter
a voter who is registered as a member of one political party but who votes in the primary of another party
diamond crossover
A superimposed pair of crossovers, resembling a letter X, permitting travel in either direction between a pair of parallel tracks

In December, 1999 a new diamond crossover interlocking was placed into service at Medical Center..

double crossover
A pair of switches that cross over between two parallel train tracks to form an X
scissors crossover
Two pairs of switches that cross over between two parallel train tracks forming an X
crossovers
Stroking along a curved path, in the course of which the leg outside the circle steps over the leg inside the the circle
crossovers
plural of crossover
crossovers
Skating crossovers is simply skating along a curved path while still stroking To do this, you have to cross the outer skate over the other one and hence the term "crossover" Done properly, a crossover will not only let you maintain your speed going into the turn, but also let you increase it to an extent The turns that ice speedskaters do during the Olympics are all crossover turns Figure skaters will often do backwards crossovers during their routines, and hockey players do a variety of both during games
crossovers
Skating crossovers is simply skating along a curved path while still stroking To do this, you have to cross the outer skate over the other one & hence the term "crossover" Done properly, a crossover will not only let you maintain your speed going into the turn, but also let you increase it to an extent The turns that ice speed skaters do during the Olympics are all crossover turns Figure skaters will often do backward crossovers during their routines & hockey players do a variety of both during games
crossover