Products to be provided under the contract include Command and Control Transponders, Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Transponders, Power Distribution Assemblies, Electro-Explosive Devices, and Integrated Flight Controllers.
What does EED stand for?
EED stands for Electro-Explosive Devices
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- Energy and Environmental Concerns for Zambia
- Early Embryonic Death (Porcine Circovirus 2)
- Échange Électronique de Données (French equivalent of EDI)
- Economic Evaluation Database
- Education and Early Development (teacher certification)
- Education and Economic Development (various locations)
- Education and Evaluation Division
- Egyptian Engineering Day (IEEE)
- Electrical and Electronics Division
- Electro(nic) Explosive Device
- Emergency Egress Diagram
- Emergency Evacuation Drill
- Emission Elimination Device
- Empirical Eigenvalue Distribution
- Encryption and Encapsulation Device
- End-to-End Delay (computing)
- Energy and Environmental Division
- Energy Efficient Design (methodology)
- Energy, Environment and Development (various organizations)
- Enfants et Développement (French: Children and Development)
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He explained: "The level of the danger depends on how close the electro-explosive devices in the missiles are to the electrical signals in the phones.
HERO stands for Hazard of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance, and is an assessment process that seeks to assure that any product that transmits radio frequency electromagnetic energy is not capable of accidental actuation of electro-explosive devices like fuses, or otherwise electrically activating ordnance.