What is paging in electronics?
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is a technique in which the main store is divided into segments called pages.
Large user programs may cover several pages possibly too many to fit into the
available store. The operating system transfers pages between main store and
backing store to ensure that the correct page is in main store at any stage during
the execution of the program. (See also Segmentation 11. 59.)
Another definition of paging:
(1) Allows alert signal to be transmitted fmm base to handset of a cordless telephone (but not speech)
(2) Allows gcmral announcement to be made from any extension of a PABX.
(3) Onsite paging uses a radio transtnitter so that holders of appropriate receivers can be alerted anywhere within range of the transmitter within a budding or small complex for instance.
(4) National paging relies on radio network so that holders of appropriate receivers can be aleTted anywhere in the country.