OBEX

Object Exchange: a set of high-level protocols allowing objects such as vCard contact information and vCalendar schedule entries to be exchanged using either IrDA (IrOBEX) or Bluetooth. Symbian OS implements IrOBEX for exchange of vCards, for example between a Nokia 9210 Communicator and an Ericsson R380 Smartphone, and vCalendar.

OBEX

Object Exchange [Borland]

OBEX

(In topic `Mobile Internet`) OBEX (Object Exchange) is a set of high-level protocols that allow objects such as vCard contact information to be exchanged using either IrDA (IrOBEX) or Bluetooth. 
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obex

The point on the midline of the dorsal surface of the medulla oblongata that marks the caudal angle of the rhomboid fossa or fourth ventricle. It corresponds to a small, transverse medullary fold overhanging the calamus scriptorius. ... Origin: L. Barrier ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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obex

(o´beks) the ependyma-lined junction of the teniae of the fourth ventricle of the brain at the inferior angle.
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obex

Type: Term Pronunciation: ō′beks Definitions: 1. The point on the midline of the posterior aspect of the medulla oblongata that marks the caudal angle of the rhomboid fossa or fourth ventricle. It corresponds to a small, transverse medullary fold overhanging the calamus scriptorius.
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obex

Latin = barrier; hence, the coronal fold of ependyma over the lower angle of the 4th ventricle.
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Obex

The obex (from the Latin for barrier) is the point in the human brain at which the fourth ventricle narrows to become the central canal of the spinal cord. The obex occurs in the caudal medulla. The decussating of sensory fibers happens at this point. ==Clinical significance== Lesions at the location can result in obstructive hydrocephalus. The mo...
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