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RNP

Abbreviation for ribonucleoprotein; Registered Nurse Practitioner.

RNP

abbr.
ribonucleoprotein

RNP

Abbreviation for ribonucleoprotein.
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Both Sichuan Airlines and Air China expect to use the RNP paths this month.
RNP, a form of PBN, ensures the aircraft precisely follows the path and provides additional navigational flexibility, such as custom-tailored, curved paths through mountainous terrain or in congested airspace.
RAIM ensures that enough satellites will be in view to achieve the needed RNP. The RNP value is also the Horizontal Protection Limit (HPL) because the pilot is alerted when the position uncertainty potentially exceeds this limit.
It should be noted that, in this paper passive tags, because they have advantages such as being cost efficient and having a long life cycle as compared to that of semipassive and active tags, have been adopted in the RNP [28].
He had also served notices to two RNP rangers for not patrolling their respective areas as was mandatory.
The RNP AR procedure allows aircraft to automatically fly accurate trajectories without relying on ground-based navigation aids, optimises airspace utilisation and reduces diversions in difficult weather conditions.
The images revealed numerous well-defined RNP complexes.
The airline said it is the first and remains the only Airbus A320 operator in the country to receive FAA authorization for RNP AR approaches, followed by RNP AR certification for its entire fleet of Embraer E190 aircraft.
In the future, the carrier said, aircraft could be re-routed to avoid flying over densely populated areas close to airports as the RNP procedure allows aircraft to make a curved final approach and in the area of fuel efficiency the approach procedure can lead to savings due to a more efficient use of air space.
The first anti-ENA detected was Smith (Sm) in 1966 (3), followed by a number of others (RNP, SSA, SSB, Scl70, Jo-1 and PM-1) in the years that followed (4-7).
12 October 2011 - US clinical services specialist SpecialtyCare said it had purchased Surgical Monitoring Associates (SMA) and its supporting physician group Remote Neuromonitoring Physicians (RNP) in Philadelphia.