Static

Technology / Computers / Static: As a web site term, this is used to describe a web page that is not interactive. The webmaster writes information to the source code of a web page and can only be changed by re-writing the source code. A visitor to the web page cannot manipulate its contents.

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Static Adjective Synonyms: immovable, immobile, unmoving, motionless, stationary, fixed, stagnant, inert, still, unchanging, unchanged, changeless, unvarying, invariable, constant
Static Verb Synonyms: interference, noise, atmospherics, difficulty or difficulties, trouble, problem(s), flak
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Monostatic Radar

Technology / Radar / Monostatic Radar: A monostatic radar system transmits and receives its energy through the same antenna system or through collocated antennas. MORE

Static Random Access Memory (SRAM)

Technology / Computers / Static Random Access Memory (SRAM): SRAM is a type of memory that is faster and more reliable than the more common DRAM (dynamic RAM). The term static is derived from the fact that it doesn't need to be refreshed like dynamic RAM. While MORE

Electro-Static Discharge (ESD)

Technology / Computers / Electro-Static Discharge (ESD): The grounding of static electricity. A sudden flow of electricity between two objects. The primary cause of integrated circuit damage and failure. Static can be picked up by the technician if he is no MORE

Anti-Static Mat

Technology / Computers / Anti-Static Mat: A pad on which computer components should be placed to prevent damage through electro-static discharge (ESD). May also refer to a large floor mat placed below a computer desk to discharge static from MORE

Electrostatic Driver

Technology / Home Audio / Electrostatic Driver: The Electrostatic Driver generates a motive force for its diaphragm by the interaction of electric rather than magnetic fields as is the case for the dynamic driver. The electrostatic driver is basica MORE

Bistatic Radar

Technology / Radar / Bistatic Radar: A bistatic radar system uses different antennas for transmission and reception. MORE

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