TOSA


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AcronymDefinition
TOSATransmit Optical Subassemblies
TOSATeacher on Special Assignment
TOSAThe Other Side Academy (Salt Lake City, UT)
TOSATexas Organ Sharing Alliance (Austin, TX)
TOSATransmitter Optical Subassembly (fiber network engineering)
TOSATransmitter Optical Subassembly (fiber-optics)
TOSATemple of Self-Ascension
TOSATotal-ship Open Systems Architecture
TOSATidewater Officers' Spouses' Association
TOSATechnical Operations Support Activity
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The line carries above 10,000 passengers a day and the replacement of diesel buses by TOSA e-buses decreases noise as well as greenhouse gas releases.
He appealed to the Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining to take strong notice of the army firing range at Tosa Maidan in the occupied territory that had killed hundreds of people.
Mirwaiz Umar Farooq in a statement issued in Srinagar said, "There is all possibility that the little girl became the victim of an unexploded shell as has been happening in the past particularly in an around Tosa Maidan.
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On the other hand, a five-year-old girl was killed and two others were injured after the Indian Army's leftover shell went off at Drang area of Tosa Maidan in Badgam, today.
The new TOSA, which features four electro-absorption modulators with laser diode (EML) integrated with an optical multiplexer, offers one of most compact EML-TOSA solutions available for IEEE 100GBASE-ER4 applications.
Mirwaiz Umar Farooq addressing a seminar `Military concentration, sham elections, Tosa Maidan lease reflection of New Delhi's imperialist designs' in Srinagar said that Kashmir was a political and humanitarian issue but unfortunately New Delhi had been focusing on military approach instead of seeking its political solution.