Active redundancy

Active redundancy,

Definition of Active redundancy:

  1. A process of monitoring performance throughout a defined system to remove the potential for a decline in service or quality. For example, active redundancy is used to continually monitor location within a global positioning system. In addition, its used to monitor the level of power that flows through home circuitry, triggering an overload at the circuit breaker to prevent electrical shock and damaged wiring.

Meaning of Active redundancy & Active redundancy Definition