VCO


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VCO

Abbreviation for:
vena cava occlusion
voluntary and community organisations
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Summa Four designed the VCO Series/20 to give new carriers -- both wireline and wireless -- the opportunity to exploit the power of open programmable switches without investing up-front in a higher capacity switch.
However, since the proposed VCO can oscillate at lower voltage than the threshold voltage, low-power oscillation can be available even with high threshold voltage.
Their appreciation for the VCO technology is clear, as well as the
With subrate capabilities, VCO switches can take digital calls in their original format, group them together, and transmit them in one 56/64kbps channel.
Together, the new devices provide designers with several options for replacing discrete, high-frequency, higher-power PLLs and VCOs in demanding, ultra-wideband applications including cellular base stations, microwave point-to-point communications links, radar systems and test and measurement equipment.
VCO switches feature a modular commercial power subsystem that automatically adapts to meet specific requirements for international and domestic use.
The VCO developed by the University of Florida also demonstrated that UMC's RFCMOS technology is well suited for designs that require extreme levels of performance.
0 provides the software foundation for Summa Four's planned ATM-based VCO cluster architecture which will support virtual nodes of 30,000 + non-blocking ports.
Customers can work with our engineers to design a custom PLL solution utilizing our VCO and one of our high precision reference clocks.
Summa Four's scalable, standards-based VCO open, programmable
Sprint VRS VCO allows a deaf or hard-of-hearing user, who prefers to voice for themselves, to speak directly to their party while a video interpreter signs what the hearing person is saying.