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preamble

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A section preceding the text of a final FDA regulation published in the US Federal Register. The preamble must contain a thorough and comprehensible explanation of the reasons for the Commissioner's decision on each issue raised in comments submitted in response to the proposed regulation.
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Because the preambles occupy the channel and prevent other nodes from transmission, the throughput achieved by preamble sampling is limited.
One or more classes can also be prioritized by allocating more preambles for them.
focus on the question of treaty preambles and their effects is a
In the preamble to the re-proposal, the DOL discussed some of the comments from the private sector:
Within the current paper, a 5G random-access preamble format is proposed based on a short sequence of the same length as the length of the OFDM symbols that are used for other uplink physical channels, such as user data, control signaling, and reference signals.
The preamble to the proposed rules claims that the express preemption provision of the federal Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act (FDCA) applies not only to state laws or regulations but also to state common law duties.
Plato suggested that preambles should persuade citizens to obey important laws by speaking to their hearts and minds through both reason and poetry.
The preamble also would include other ``rights'' that are controversial, although provided for already under federal and state law.
Second, know and understand the EPA regulations and their preambles, especially those pertaining to land disposal, and determine how they impact specific foundry wastes.
6(a) and (b) show the BER and MSE performance of the proposed preamble and conventional preambles in the IEEE 802.
In practice, although preambles possess considerable potential power under the VCLT due to their status as part of the text and context of the treaty, their actual power will often depend on an interpreting body's approach to the object-and-purpose inquiry.
The invocation of the preamble text, "We the peoples," was intended this time to convey a sense of convergence between the goals of the founders of the U.