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06:07 Dec 7, 2000
Portuguese to English translations [PRO]
Portuguese term or phrase: interrogador
piece of aviation equipment

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nainterrogator, interrogator-responder
naInterrogatorTelesforo Fernandez



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In aviation jargon the english word is also interrogator.See below how the term is used :
The Sensis Video Beacon Interrogator Test Set (Video-BITS) provides advanced target scenario generation by simulating the baseband video signals generated and received by standard ATC Radar Beacon System interrogators. Video-BITS is ideal for troubleshooting and certifying beacon target extractors and common digitizers.

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interrogator, interrogator-responder

In aviation equipment there is a device which carry out interrogation of systems and works with land equipment (in order to verify that systems work well and respond to packets).

In general, in computer security systems, there is a part in miscroprocessing which carries out same functions, e.g., makes interrotation of all part of hardware. This, in part, expains why your see the words "LOST CARRIER" when, e g., switch off your modedm from connecting line:)

Dr. Tagir S. Tagirov

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