VCO


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VCO

Abbreviation for:
vena cava occlusion
voluntary and community organisations
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Another of its several defects is that VCO is lumped together with animal fats in its cross-country study to justify AHA's position opposing VCO.
8-GHz VCO with precision gain control", in IEEE RFIC Symp.
Accordingly, positive relationships between VCO purchases and female gender, age, and race distances would support hypothesis 3.
The microphotograph of the proposed LC VCO is shown in Fig.
The output power can be further increased by increasing the current of VCO core or output buffer properly.
The ring VCO can be implemented either by single-ended or by differential architecture of delay stages.
1(a), an ordinary single-ended (SE) complementary LC-tank VCO [5,6] is illustrated.
Major organization : ANCULUS NAMENS FLORO, PRIMOVPR, PROKIND, VCO DE KRING, VCPO SPIJKENISSE (30719207)
Last year's top destination for VCO shipments was United States with 21,329 tons or 59 percent of total volume.
Engineered primarily for the microwave radio market, this VCO realizes unmatched spectral purity of -111 dBc/Hz, typically, at 100 kHz from the carrier.
The VTO-4500-67T, VTO-7500-40M, VTO-10500-29M and VTO-13500-22M Wideband VCO Modules provide frequency coverage from 3 to 6 GHz, 6 to 9 GHz, 9 to 12 GHz and 12 to 15 GHz respectively, and feature an integrated buffer amplifier for increased output power and load isolation.
Major organization : ANCULUS NAMENS PRIMOVPR, PROKIND, VCO DE KRING, VCPO SPIJKENISSE