Key system

Key system

"Key System" can refer to the following:

*Key telephone system - communication
*Key System - Defunct transportation system in the San Francisco Bay Area
*KeY System - a software verification tool.
*Cryptosystem using a Cryptographic key

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  • 1A2 Key System — The 1A2 Key System is an analog multiline business key telephone system. Unlike more modern multiline systems, every telephone line serving a particular phone is wired into that phone, and electromechanical switches (the keys ) switch the lines… …   Wikipedia

  • Maison key system — A Maison key system is a keying system that permits a lock to be opened with a number of unique, individual keys. Maison key systems are often found in apartment building common areas, such as main entrance or a laundry room where individual… …   Wikipedia

  • multiplex key system —   n.    1. a series of different key sections which may be used to expand a master key system by repeating bittings on additional key sections. The keys of one key section will not enter the keyway of another key section. This type of system… …   Locksmith dictionary

  • maison key system —   n.    [from the French, meaning house key system] a keying system in which one or more cylinders are operated by every key (or relatively large numbers of different keys) in the system; e.g., main entrances of apartment buildings operated by… …   Locksmith dictionary

  • selective key system —   n.    a key system in which every key has the capability of being a master key. It is normally used for applications requiring a limited number of keys and extensive cross keying …   Locksmith dictionary

  • grand master key system —   n.    a master key system which has exactly three levels of keying …   Locksmith dictionary

  • great grand master key system —   n.    a master key system which has exactly four levels of keying …   Locksmith dictionary

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