Echelon will provide its Edge Control Node, its control operating system (COS) based application platform and 3,000 advanced grid sensors, which also provide smart metering functionality.
What does CN stand for?
CN stands for Control Node
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 54 other meanings of CN in our Acronym Attic
- Connect (ITU-T)
- Conselho Nacional (Portuguese: National Council; East Timor party)
- Consignes de Navigabilite (French aviation authority)
- Construction Notice
- Construction Number
- Constructionman (US Navy rating)
- Contract Negotiation(s)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Echelon to provide its Edge Control Node, Grid Sensors and Meters During 2013; Applications Include Transformer Monitoring, Outage Detection, Load Management and More SAN JOSE, Calif.
On Saturday, the alliance blew up 29 armed vehicles, a firing position, two command and control nodes and three ammunition storage facilities in the area, it said in an operational update.
NATO has acknowledged its planes early on June 20 hit Sorman west of Tripoli but insisted the target was military, a precision air strike against a "high-level" command and control node.
While contrary to Libyan reports that civilians had been killed in Tripoli on Monday, NATO has stated in a press release that it has only struck a Command Control Node, Surface-to-Air missile launchers and a military vehicle.
At an appropriate point during the aggregation cycle, an end-to-end wavelength channel is requested from a network control node for transmission of the burst between edge routers.
Through the use of US government-provided command and control nodes the Weapon Data Link Network (WDLN) Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration (ACTD) is designed to evaluate a standard weapons communications architecture and also serve as a risk reduction pathfinder for future datalink concepts.
Preparation for this mission began well before the actual start of Operation Bright Star, before any cargo could be discharged in the port, to include command and control nodes.