technical characteristics


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technical characteristics

Those characteristics of equipment that pertain primarily to the engineering principles involved in producing equipment possessing desired military characteristics; e.g., for electronic equipment, technical characteristics include such items as circuitry as well as types and arrangement of components.
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After analysing the data collected, the experts indicated that technical characteristics and functionality are the next factors to influence the purchase of smartphones.
This document reports technical characteristics of the 2001 DSTP in reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies.
In the editor's view, concentration by musicologists on written polyphony and especially on its technical characteristics has frightened off historians and students of the Renaissance.
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In providing the technical characteristics of each elastomer, the book's 50-plus tables contain technical points designed to help rubber product manufacturers determine not only the nature of a particular rubber, but its suitability for a specific process as well.
Just think how much easier it would be for everyone if the desired corporate culture was as clearly defined as the technical characteristics. That would allow the new culture to be assimilated more quickly.
Since passage of the Medical Device Amendments in 1976, manufacturers have been able to market new devices through a 510k provision by demonstrating that the device has the same intended use and the same technical characteristics as a device approved before May 28, 1976.
The draft Directive more generally seeks to harmonise the technical characteristics of containers and swap bodies.
The report contains these sections: (1) "Assessment Development"; (2) "Test Administration"; (3) "Development and Reporting of Scores"; (4) "Technical Characteristics"; and (5) "References." (Contains 6 figures 56 tables, and 26 references.) (SLD)

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