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PING

Abbreviation for:
Preventing Infections Working Group
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"The reported frequency of 37.5kHz is the exact frequency of a pinger from a black box," he said.
Existing Pinger customers who upgrade can keep their Pinger phone number.
Usually, the pinger attached to the flight recorder sends out a signal at specific acoustic levels for up to 30 days, after which the signal weakens.
US Air Force Colonel Willie Berges, commander of the American military forces supporting the search operation, said the first of two US towed pinger locators is being loaded onto a search ship in the northern city of Natal.
The two "pinger locators" - capable of picking up the flight recorders' emergency beacons from the ocean floor - will be dropped into the ocean near the debris site.
The first two cases were reported in Marion County (Indianapolis) in 1983 (Pinger et al.
"We are trying to grow this category by adding relevant innovation to the market," says Markus Pinger, a member of the company's executive board.
Two days later, thanks to the equipment that Bettencourt had helped secure for the ship, the team found the pinger signal of the aircraft's black box.
From 1974 to 1989, Murdock served as senior architect for Computer Sciences Corporation's Pinger System.
The Pinger is targeted at the IT network-maintenance market and establishes a convenient method of PING and DHCP testing.
The output from the gauge plate sensor is used on a pig receipt in the receiver to switch the output of a pig-mounted pinger between two conditions to announce plate condition (this can be frequency, pulse pattern, on/off, etc., depending upon the application and other systems in use).
PB heads a project management team that also includes: ProjDel Corporation of Cincinnati, responsible for project scheduling and pre-construction coordination; Megen Construction Company of Cincinnati, pre-construction services and cost estimating; Phillip Bunton Associates of Cincinnati, small and minority-owned business development programs; and Dan Pinger Public Relations, public involvement and media relations.