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actinium

 (Ac) [ak-tin´e-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 89, atomic weight 227. (See Appendix 6.)

AC

Abbreviation for alternating current.

Ac

Symbol for actinium; acetyl.

aC

Symbol for arabinosylcytosine.

AC

Abbreviation for:
abdominal circumference
abdominal compression
Absorption Coefficient
acceleration
accommodative convergence
acetate
acetone
acetyl
acetylcholine
acid
acromioclavicular
actinium
activated charcoal
acupuncture
acute
acute care, see there (Medspeak-UK)
acute cholecystitis
adenylate cyclase
adherent cell
adrenal cortex
air conductioned
alcoholic cirrhosis
allyl chloride
alveolar crest
ambulatory care
ammonium chloride
ante cibum (before meals)
anterior chamber
anterior commissure
aortic compliance
arabinosyl cytosine
arm circumference
ascending colon
assist control
atrial contraction
Audit Commission, see there (Medspeak-UK)
augmentative communication

AC

Abbreviation for ante cibum; alternating current.

Ac

Abbreviation for acetyl; symbol for actinium.

ac

Abbreviation for ante cibum; alternating current.

AC

Abbreviation for acetate.

aC


AC, a.c.

Abbreviation for alternating current; ante cibum.
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Oliver, "Performance analysis of IEEE 802.11ac wireless backhaul networks in saturated conditions," EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, vol.
PCTEL's 802.11ac BOAH antennas are designed to meet stringent OEM performance, installation, and durability requirements.
The 802.11ac 3x3 access points are designed with Broadcom's 802.11ac radio and CPU silicon for applications requiring maximum WiFi range and throughput, including enterprise campus deployments and service provider hotspot infrastructure, with models for indoor deployment and outdoor deployment.
Also, with this launch, Aerohive further reduces obstacles to 802.11ac adoption by offering Gigabit Wi-Fi beyond the constraints of the office walls and delivering on the market requirement to be always on and always connected, regardless of location and condition.
To support this explosion of devices, the new 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard combines multiple Wi-Fi channels to provide gigabit Wi-Fi data rates and support higher device densities.
Wave 1 802.11ac is able to meet the performance and density demands of today's mobile environment and the future.
Where 802.11ac, Wave 1 offered a drastic jump in network performance over 802.11n with 80 MHz channel bandwidth and support for up to 3 spatial streams, 802.11ac, Wave 2 promises to offer another leap in improvement over Wave 1.
"From education to healthcare to large enterprise, the increasing preference for wireless network access will continue to be seen, especially as emerging Wave 2 802.11ac will enable more applications to move to wireless," said Nolan Greene, Research Analyst, Network Infrastructure, at IDC.
This landmark implementation, by MDS UAE, an IT service company in UAE, leverages Aruba Networks' 802.11ac and advanced security solutions.
Broadcom in a press release says with more enterprise and retail routers rapidly moving to the IEEE 802.11ac standard, the infrastructure is in place for broad adoption by PCs, tablets and smartphones, opening up new opportunities for 5G Wi-Fi to be integrated into mass market platforms.
Edimax Middle East is showcasing its latest range of 802.11ac compatible 5G products, and its dual-band range, at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK.