Terminate

To have an amplifier feed a resistance (usually a resistor) that matches the output impedance of the amplifier.
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Terminate

Ter'mi·nate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Terminated ; present participle & verbal noun Terminating .] [ Latin terminatus , past participle of terminare . See Term .] 1. To set a term or lim
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Terminate

Ter'mi·nate intransitive verb 1. To be limited in space by a point, line, or surface; to stop short; to end; to cease; as, the torrid zone terminates at the tropics. 2. To come to a limit in time; to end; to close. « The wisdom of this world, its designs and efficacy,
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Terminate

• (v. i.) To be limited in space by a point, line, or surface; to stop short; to end; to cease; as, the torrid zone terminates at the tropics. • (v. i.) To come to a limit in time; to end; to close. • (v. t.) To set a term or limit to; to form the extreme point or side of; to bound; to limit; as, to terminate a surface by a line. &bu
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Terminate

[software] Terminate (terminat.exe) was a shareware modem terminal and host program for MS-DOS and compatible operating systems, developed during the 1990s by Bo Bendtsen from Denmark. The latest release (5.00) arrived in 1997; no details are available for the first{fact|date=March 2012}, but the T-Cfg program which performed config upgrade
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