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FSO

foreign service officer.
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The FSO of Russia in order to exercise its powers has the right: to take measures to protect the personal data of state security objects and members of their families; consent to the processing of personal data of state security objects and their family members, with the exception of personal data subject to publication or mandatory disclosure in accordance with federal laws; to determine the list of things (goods) that are prohibited to carry and transport to protected objects.
L3 CS-West has been developing robust and reliable FSO communications since 2007, enabling long- and short-haul transmission capabilities for enhanced dissemination of large volumes of video and data.
President FSO Shaukat Aziz has said the government should implement recommendations prepared by FATA Reforms Committee led by Advisor to PM Sartaj Aziz.
In FSO communication system design which has equation must be considered to collect better result.
In this paper we have analysed performances of image (colour image-fire) transmission over DGG channel as the function of FSO transmission parameters within its theoretic boundaries.
The market for FSO is in the growth phase, while the market for VLC is currently in the introductory phase; both the markets are expected to grow further in the coming years.
The final body weight of the group fed the diet supplemented with FSO showed significant (p<0.
He concluded the FSO was correct in rejecting a "contrived construction" which the Millar sought to place on that clause.
As the traffic-stopping curtain raiser for FSO 2015, the highly anticipated Orchard Fashion Runway saw Orchard Road closed to traffic on Saturday 11 April 2015 to create the longest runway for the precinct's grandest fashion show.
Once completed, the FSO will be moored in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.
8220;Our new Aire X-Stream FSO system not only transmits data extremely fast, it supports telecom networks utilizing the IEEE 1588 standard, also known as Precision Time Protocol or PTP.
Using a risk-based approach, the product is considered safe when the total outcome of controlling initial levels, reducing levels, and preventing an increase in levels is less than or equal to the target FSO.