WAS

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WAS

A gene on chromosome Xp11.4-p11.21 that encodes an eEffector protein for Rho-type GTPases, which regulates actin filament reorganisation by interacting with the Arp2/3 complex. WAS plays a key role in efficient actin polymerisation, and may regulate lymphocyte and platelet function; it mediates actin filament reorganisation and the formation of actin pedestals after infection by pathogenic bacteria.
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This circuit not only allows reduction of the number of ADCs from three to two but it also permits DC offsets and IMD2 products suppression.
Huyart, "Circuit Analogique Pour le Calibrage Large Bande, la Suppression des Tensions Parasites dues aux DC-Offset et Produits d'Intermodulation IMD2 et Reduction d'un Convertisseur CAN Pour les Demodulateurs Zero-IF ou Low-IF de Type Cinq-Port et Triphase," Patent FR2934934 (A1), 2012.
FPD TPD IQD CG (dB) -15 12 8 DC offsets suppression -10 6 -- (dB) Residual DC/signal (dB) 9.5-17.5 6-12 < - 20 IMD2 products 10-22 4-13 -- suppression (dB) Residual IMD2/signal 2-13 -10 20 (dB), [P.sub.RF] = -35 dBm, [P.sub.adj] = 15 dBm NF (dB) 34 17 14.6 MDS (dBm) -50 -74 -76.5 (single carrier) [P.sub.RF] @2.8 GHz for -41 -70 -64.5 EVM = -20 dB (2 aggregated carriers) Power consumption (W) 0 1.8 1.2 (12 V, 150 mA) (12 V, 100 mA)