Access Control Certificate
analog control channel
Adjacent Control Channel. In SmartZone and OmniLink systems, subscriber units will maintain a list of the Control Channels of the sites (up to seven) adjacent to the site it is operating in. The subscriber unit receives this information from the OSWs sent out on the control channel of the site it is operating in. These OSWs also indicate the alternate Control Channels at the broadcasting site.
See Automatic Callback Calling.
Automatic Callback Calling. Feature that allows the station user, when encountering an internal station busy signal, to dial a 1- or 2-digit code and hang up. When both parties are free, the system automatically rings and connects the parties. While activated, this feature does not prevent the calling station from either initiating or receiving calls.
Adaptive Cruise Control; scans the area in front of a car for other cars and adjusts the vehicle speed to that of the car ahead
Active Cruise Control at &
Adventure Concept Car
See Automatic Color Control.
Automatic Color Control. An automatic control in a TV set that adjusts the picture for best color quality.
Cruise control system that uses sensors to automatically maintain a safe distance from the vehicle ahead, adapting to speed changes, etc
Adaptive Cruise Control; the ACC system scans the area ahead of a car for objects - mainly other cars - and applies the brakes automatically if a collision is likely to occur.
Adaptive/intelligent cruise control. driver selects a desired distance to follow traffic and a desired cruise speed. It automatically adjusts the speed of the vehicle to the speed of highway traffic. When traffic slows, it adjusts the speed of the vehicle to maintain the desired distance from the vehicle in front.
Ambient Control Chamber. A Synexis chamber that stores and pressurizes in-process wafers. The chamber attaches to the side of the factory interface and is fed by the FI robots.
Associated Control Channel
Abbreviation for: area control centre Fr: ACC
(Area Control Centre) Responsible for the safe flow of traffic along airways (â€“ En-Route) and in certain portions of terminal control areas (â€“ APP). Significant horizontal and vertical growth in the areas to be controlled requires subdivision into various sectors of activity, either geographically or according to altitude, depending on traffic density.
Adaptive Cruise Control. Also known as Autonomous Intelligent Cruise Control (AICC) and Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC). Dynamic speed and distance control in relation to the vehicle in front using on-board equipment.