PIGP

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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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This constraint had a large impact on mounting locations of both DSRC and GPS antennas for ASD and VAD units.
For safety communications, specialized two-way DSRC transceivers are designed to be embedded in the electrical systems of new vehicles by vehicle manufacturers.
Like all new wireless technologies, DSRC may be subject to hacking.
From the above parametric studies, it is confirmed that the notched frequency band for WLAN and DSRC can be generated by the insertion of partial annular slot and fine tuned by the rectangular slot that connected to the centre of the ring radiator.
Intersections, despite their complexity, are not environments that typically offer a lot of readily available information, but Head points out that if they are equipped with DSRC and public map data, "that information becomes much richer, and it becomes possible to enhance situational awareness of the position of equipped vehicles and other travelers as they report in to the intersection.
All strain rings of the DSRC series have a measuring range of [+ or -] 1000 microstrains, with 1 microstrain equal to a strain of 0.
As with the DSRC, the technical direction of the ESRC conference would be chosen by a steering committee composed of several representative members of the council, who would work with ARPA-E management to select the relevant technical topics.
It defines a single interoperable application profile (IAP) for DSRC.
The systems use a wireless protocol called DSRC (Dedicated Short Range Communications), the report said, adding this protocol, now practically used only for paying highway tolls, is expected to be made available this year for such other functions as making payments and data transmissions.
Such a system will use GPS satellite tracking or DSRC (Digital short Range Communications) which uses microwaves to communicate with roadside beacons.
Adjunct technologies such as cellular, satellite, DSRC, Wi-Fi, UWB and Bluetooth are also analyzed for their potential.