Computers feature two different kinds of hardware-based memory: volatile and non-volatile memory. The difference between the two lies in what happens to the memory once the computer is turned off. More specifically, volatile memory holds onto data when a computer is turned on, but it disappears after the computer is turned back off. Non-volatile memory stays in the computer, regardless of whether it is turned on or off.
Interconnecting the electrical systems in your aircraft is a crucial part of certification. Aircraft EWIS requirements are mandated by US Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 25 - Subpart H for all transport type planes. To best avoid the risk of part failure, designers must now consider component design limitations, functionality, and susceptibility. One such important element of electrical wiring interconnect systems is shielding, that of which is used to control the electromagnetic interference characteristics of subsystems and equipment. While shielding is a crucial part of many electrical assemblies, some aircraft wiring will require shielding, while other wires will not. This blog will shed light on the several considerations that will help you determine when you should shield aircraft wiring. To begin, let us understand why we need aircraft shielding for wiring in the first place.
A network-attached storage (NAS) works to centralize data to simplify accessing stored information across multiple users and heterogeneous client devices. Allowing authorized users to access data from a centralized disk capacity, NAS are optimal if used when two or more servers need to access the same data. A convenient tool for archiving, data recovery, filing, emails, multimedia, databases, or printing jobs, NAS are a low-cost solution for organizations in part for their high capacity storage and ease of accessibility.
As our world becomes increasingly digital, there are numerous network devices that have come about to facilitate various operations. The term “network device” is fairly broad, covering simplistic unmanaged switches to robust routers. Additionally, various network devices can perform multiple functions, blurring the lines of classification. To assist you in better understanding the networking world, we will discuss some common types of network devices that you may run across.
Computing devices have become commonplace in almost every business and home in the developed world. Children are learning about computer technology as early as middle school as their usage is becoming ubiquitous. Designers and engineers have created an enjoyable end-user experience that focuses strongly on user interface and ease of access, but important insights can be learned from understanding how a computer processes information. Computers contain hundreds of parts, but the most important to understand are input, processing devices, output, and memory devices.
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