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nsec

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nanosecond
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The 3 March Extraordinary General Meeting resulted in the passage of a detailed 51-point Governance Action Plan, including many directives advised by NSEC.
On this scale of 2 nsec/ div, it takes about 5 nsec for all the reflections to settle down.
As part of the campaign, the NSEC is aiming to boost the visibility of Norwegian seafood in UK retailers and hopes it will all eventually carry a country-of-origin label
The portable version of the software, packaged using VMware ThinApp and made possible through an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) agreement between IBM and NSEC, can be launched from any Keepod device, without installing anything on the PC and without leaving a footprint on the system.
The NSEC is a hub for national and international solar researchers, promoting collaboration and partnerships between the research community, government and industry.
NSEC is being built to address the shortage of business space in north Staffordshire and provide accommodation for start-ups and small and medium-sized enterprises (SME's).
The court held, inter alia, that the plaintiffs failed to raise a genuine issue of fact on their "tying" claim because they failed to show that IHC had an economic interest in the sale of NSEC.
For example, if the receiver design under consideration requires a minimum RF-pulse width of 250 nsec.
To find out more about Seafood From Norway or the NSEC, please call 1-888-NORSKFISH.
It uses 32-bit floating-point DSP, operates at 50 MHz, supports position capture times of 200 nsec, and accepts encoder signals to 7.
From May 13-29, the NSEC held a series of nine "Fresh Ideas Through Regional Seminars" in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou.
Company shares are traded on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol NSEC.