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Tenders are invited for Supply of Digital Ground Tester: IP54 rated , Resistance range : 0.
Making it the ideal digital ground glass - large enough for visual work and small and light enough to carry around in the backpack.
19 ( ANI ): A non-profit social welfare organization, Americans for Prosperity, the Tea Party-aligned group partly funded by billionaire Koch brothers, is building a 'state-of-the-art' digital ground operation in Ohio and other vital battleground states to spread its anti-Obama message to voters.
It also manufactures a variety of solid-state digital ground control stations (GCSs), including the next-generation Advanced Cockpit GCS, and provides pilot training and support services for UAS field operations.
Chosen for "best" awards were papers in the fields of CAD, tools, and test; they deal, respectively, with digital ground bounce reduction by phase modulation of the clock; poor man's TBR--a simple model reduction scheme; and wrapper design for testintg IP cores with multiple clock domains.
As shown in FIGURE 1a, there is a separation between the analog and digital ground planes, appearing as an L-or S-shaped figure, with traces crossing that separation.
AVATAR breaks new digital ground with iTunes Extras Special Edition.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Megger/fluke/yokogawa/amprobe/aemc/hioki make 4-point digital ground resistance tester