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FBW

abbreviation for
(Aeronautics) fly-by-wire
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The ten primary/sole FBW who contributed to this study stemmed from various ethnic, racial, and socio-economic populations within two contrastingly diverse South African provinces; the suburban cities of Gauteng and the primarily agricultural communities of Mpumalanga.
Lord Barry Jones, President of FBW, opened the exhibition and spoke passionately about the event.
The happily smiling 41-year-old Michele George took France by storm, winning both individual titles with her gelding FBW Rainman, now 13, adding to a previous gold at WEG Lexington and a silver at the Olympic Games in London.
As depicted by Figure 10, the first passband frequency is fixed at 1.11 GHz with a insertion loss of 1.7dB and 3-dB FBW of 6.3% under the constant bias voltage [V.sub.1].
It can be seen from Figure 4(a) that [Z.sub.p] can be used to tune separately and has almost no effect on FBW. FBW of filter A can be tuned by [k.sub.c] and [k.sub.p], as shown in Figure 3(a) and Figure 4(b).
Body weight gain (BWG) was measured by the difference of body weight between initial weight and FBW except for one study (Zhang et al., 2008) where average daily gain was applied.
6, the measured centre frequencies and 3dB fractional bandwidths of the proposed filter are: 1.57 GHz (FBW = 6.9%), 2.45 GHz (FBW = 3.4%), 3.5 GHz (FBW = 2.9%), and 5.2 GHz (FBW = 4.7%), as expected.
Another component of MEA is FBW (fly by wire), a class of control systems that are becoming standard and common in many commercial and military aircraft.
(51.) In USAF records there is listed the loss of an F-51D (44-73255 from 39th FBS/18th FBW) on September 28, 1950, attributed by the unit's monthly history report to a Yak fighter.
has resulted in the development of a Fly-By-Wire (FBW) system for ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle) control in any water depth, allowing the vehicle to hold station indefinitely and navigate to real-world coordinates automatically.
Mercedes-Benz, a subsidiary of Daimler AG (NYSE: DAI) (FBW: DAI), has launched its production version of CLA at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show.