RTT


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RTT

or

RTTY

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) radioteletype
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According to RTT, the index is expected to decline by a further point in the third quarter of the year, which would bring the score to an all-time low of 75.
Male Lead Performance in a Play: Carlitos Siguion-Reyna, 'A Doll's House, Part 2' (RTT)
He said: "We've spent many months if not over a year supported by the delivery unit in trying to understand our RTT numbers and we've still not got to the point where we're confident we can understand it.
Arab Emirates Bandag (AEB), a member of Galadari Group, and Rema Tip Top (RTT) AG have announced the renewal of their principal and distributorship contracts in the UAE for automotive and industrial products of RTT, Germany.
New technology like the RTT 110 from Rapiscan will be an integral part of preserving the country's ecosystem.
Debbie Pook, interim director of operations at the Eliot , said: "Our RTT performance has declined in February to 85.18 per cent from January's position 86.75 per cent due to both emergency pressures and demands on beds.
Debbie Pook, interim director of operations at theEliot, said: "Our RTT performance has declined in February to 85.18 per cent from January's position 86.75 per cent due to both emergency pressures and demands on beds.
We revealed 10 patients who have RTT. PCR amplification, sequence and MLPA analysis were employed to analyze MECP2 gene.
Also, the proposed scheme satisfies the three design goals for a multipath congestion control scheme, by adjusting the congestion window of subflows according to the RTT, packet loss rate, and congestion window of each subflow.
[21] concluded that IPv6 RTT is getting better according to a long-term observation.
Identification of Mecp2 as the disease-causing gene led rapidly to the development of mouse models of RTT that recapitulate, to varying degrees, the underlying molecular and genetic defects and symptoms of the human disease [11].
Rett syndrome (RTT), the second most prevalent cause of severe mental retardation in female gender (frequency among females: 1:10,000 to 1:15,000), is a progressive neurodevelopmental disorder [1].