NIST standard

NIST standard

a radioactive source standardized or certified or both by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
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the primary and secondary solution shall be traceable to the nist standard.
Traceable to the NIST standard SRM 972a, with 3-year refrigerated shelf-life from date of manufacture, open-vial stability of 1-year at 2[degrees]C-8[degrees]C, and 30 days at room temperature.
An optional AES-256 TRANSEC module, compliant with the FIPS-140-2 NIST standard, is also available for the modem.
In addition, an AES-256 TRANSEC module that is compliant with the FIPS-140-2 NIST standard is also available as an option, with all traffic being encrypted when using the TRANSEC module.
For US Equities trading, the FINRA OATS 7430 compliance rule states All computer system clocks and mechanical time stamping devices must be synchronized to any source within one second of the NIST standard.
Details are available from the NIST Standard Reference Data Program at www.
Redesigned pHTestrs feature a full 1-1/16" tall display, increased buffer recognition at both USA and NIST standard buffer values, and up to three-point pH calibration.
Preliminary measurements show that the NIST standard bullets match each other to sub-micrometer precision.
The Quantitative Infrared Database, NIST Standard Reference Database 79, is available from the NIST Standard Reference Data Program for $240.
Tenders invited for Supply of Nist standard reference material (srm 2783)
Internal instance to instance consistency over a period of approximately 10 years had bolstered confidence in the NIST standard.
From there, staff can prioritize IT security projects according to risk and sensitivity and provide clear, repeatable benchmarks for executives that report Piedmont's compliance with the NIST standard.