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PIGP

A gene on chromosome 21q22.2 that encodes a ubiquitous glycosyltransferase involved in glycosylphosphatidylinositol-anchor and glycolipid biosynthesis.
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In addition to vehicle location, the DSRC unit (sometimes called an "On-Board Unit" or "On-Board Equipment") collects data about the vehicle's operational status (speed, direction of travel, etc.
A: The Navy DSRC provides DoD scientists and engineers with the resources necessary to solve the most demanding computational problems.
The researchers will assume that broadband wireless technology, ITS, global positioning systems, DSRC, and related technologies are widely available.
While the HPCMP is primarily focused on DoD research and development programs, the Navy DSRC is unique in that approximately 15 percent of its total capability is apportioned for operational use by naval operational oceanography.
Although FCC already had granted a petition from the Intelligent Transportation Society of America to allocate the spectrum to DSRC uses (with the stipulation that public safety uses would have priority), the agency had postponed decisions until recently on how and to whom the spectrum would be licensed.
Since the organization's inception in 1996 the AFRL DSRC has supported the warfighter by combining powerful computational resources, secure interconnects, and application software with renowned services, expertise and experience.
Various technologies such as RFID, DSRC, and GPS/GNSS are used in the electronic toll collection system.
As McKelvey points out, under the CVISN application, DSRC "provides a link to credentials rather than funding for tolls.
11ac hotspots and safety applications like vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) with a seamless combination of Wi-Fi, DSRC and LTE.
Tokyo, Sept 3, 2009 - (JCN Newswire) - TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION (TMC) announces it has developed, in coordination with an effort in Japan to develop next-generation roads, an onboard DSRC (dedicated short-range communications1) unit intended to increase traffic safety by providing drivers real-time, close-vicinity traffic information.
In addition to the embedded OEM systems on new vehicles, aftermarket retrofit systems and new smartphones with DSRC capability are expected to be adopted.