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division

 [dĭ-vizh´un]
the act of separating into parts.
cell division fission of a cell, the process by which cells reproduce.

di·vi·sion

(di-vizh'ŭn),
A separating into two or more parts.
See also: ramus.
Synonym(s): divisio [TA]

division

(dĭ-vĭzh′ən)
n.
1. The act or process of dividing.
2. Cell division.
3. In botany, the taxonomic category ranking just below kingdom, consisting of one or more related classes, and corresponding approximately to a phylum in zoological classification.

di·vi·sion

(di-vizh'ŭn)
A separating into two or more parts.
Synonym(s): divisio.

division

  1. a major grouping in plant classification (see PLANT KINGDOM).
  2. the process of the formation of daughter cells from a parent cell (see CELL DIVISION).

di·vi·sion

(di-vizh'ŭn)
A separating into two or more parts.
See also: ramus

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The insulating supporting structure (ISS) of the divider ODV-1,2 is assembled from five rigid hollow fiberglass sections fixed in a single rack, inside which high-voltage ceramic resistors of the type TVO-5-250 [ohm] were placed on the getinax plates [17].
The scattering matrix of the Wilkinson power divider in Figure 2 is rewritten as on the same grounds
Two new 5-port power divider designs for controllable power division ratios have been presented.
Today's power dividers provide fast, efficient signaling necessary for fixed array radar to efficiently scan multiple targets across an increasingly longer range with the resolution that is needed to reduce the chance of penetration by an otherwise overwhelming, coordinated attack from the sky.
Since there is more degree of freedom of the variables, the design parameters of the proposed divider are calculated under various operating conditions using the design equations of the previous section.
A photograph of the fabricated divider is shown in Fig.
The proposed non-coplanar power divider has the same dimensions as the coplanar power divider presented above.
The proposed structure of 2/3 prescalers is based on conventional 2/3 divider cell presented in [6].
Finally, the type2 divider, which shows the best tradeoff in area and delay, is extended to a floating-point divider that is fully IEEE 754-2008 compliant for decimal64 data format, including gradual underflow handling and all required rounding modes.
Don't blame it on the divider...blame it on the reckless driver with high speed...!
Broken dividers can be easily seen at different places near Sector G-10 signal, PSO petrol pump along Kashmir Highway that has made extremely difficult for two and four-wheelers to drive, especially during night hours.