announces the expansion of the SeaI/O family of data acquisition devices with the new SeaI/O-570 multifunction module.
What does MFM stand for?
MFM stands for Multifunction Module
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- Morrissey, Fernie, and Michel Railway
- Moskitt Feature Modeler
- Motor Fleet Management (North Carolina)
- Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (Lagos)
- Mouvement Fédéraliste Mondial (French: Global Federalist Movement)
- Movable Fine Mesh Model (weather forecasting)
- Movies for Mommies
- Mridul Flexi Magnetics (India)
- Multi-Family Management (USDA)
- Multifunction Mast (Antenna)
- Multifunction Monitor
- Multilevel Flow Models
- Music Fans Mic (blog)
- My Favorite Martian (TV show)
- Myofibrillar Myopathy
- Myopathy, Myofibrillar
- Modified Frequency Modulation/Run Length Limited (computer drives)
- Malaysian Footwear Manufacturers Association (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
- Maple Flooring Manufacturers Association (Northbrook, Illinois)
- Marin Farmers Market Association (est. 1987; San Rafael, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
announces the expansion of the SeaI/O family of data acquisition devices with the introduction of the SeaI/O-470 multifunction module.
BUSINESS WIRE)--March 29, 2004 In their continuing efforts to expand the functionality of the PXI architecture, Pickering Interfaces has introduced a new 3U PXI module - the Model 41-250 Multifunction Module.
REMEC is a leader in the design and manufacture of microwave multifunction modules for microwave transmission systems used in defense applications and has recently entered, and now derives significant revenue from, the commercial wireless-telecommunications market.
Remec is a leader in the design and manufacture of microwave multifunction modules (MFMs) for the microwave transmission systems used in defense systems and the commercial wireless telecommunications market.
REMEC is a leader in the design and manufacture of microwave multifunction modules (MFMs) for microwave transmission systems used in defense applications and also provides MFMs to the commercial wireless telecommunications market.
Both Merrimac and General Dynamics design and process engineers are co-designing together and utilizing Multi-Mix(R) as the enabling technology to provide an integrated multifunction module for use in General Dynamics next generation satellite receivers.