Push or Pull You can also divide the different types of communication medium in Push or Pull channels. Push channels are channels where the sender are pushing the message to the receiver. Meaning it is up to the sender to control the communication.
In order to validate an id_token or an access_token, your app should validate both the token's signature and the claims. In order to validate access tokens, your app should also validate the issuer, the audience and the signing tokens. These need to be validated against the values in the OpenID discovery document. For example, the tenant independent version of the document is located at https:///common/.well-known/openid-configuration . Azure AD middleware has built-in capabilities for validating access tokens, and you can browse through our samples to find one in the language of your choice. For more information on how to explicitly validate a JWT token, please see the manual JWT validation sample .
In the Delta Conversion On-Line design, the Delta Converter acts with dual purposes. The first is to control the input power characteristics. This active front end draws power in a sinusoidal manner, minimizing harmonics reflected onto the utility. This ensures optimal conditions for utility lines and generator systems and reduces heating and system wear in the power distribution system. The second function of the Delta Converter is to charge the battery of the UPS by drawing power and converting it to the appropriate DC charging voltage.
The Delta Conversion On-Line UPS provides the same output characteristics as the Double Conversion On-Line design. However, the input characteristics are extremely different. With full Power Factor Correction, the delta conversion on-line design provides both input power control and output power control. The most important benefit is a significant reduction in energy losses. The input power control also makes the UPS compatible with all generator sets and reduces the need for wiring and generator over sizing. Delta Conversion On-Line technology is the only core UPS technology today protected by patents and is
therefore not likely to be available from a broad range of UPS suppliers.