AMDR


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AcronymDefinition
AMDRAssociation of Medical Device Reprocessors
AMDRAcceptable Macronutrient Distribution Ranges (nutrition)
AMDRAir and Missile Defense Radar
AMDRAdult Minimum Daily Requirement (health)
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Naval-based AMDRs have the fastest growing market among other types of AMDR systems in North America, followed by naval radars.
However, there may be a trade-off between greater energy intake and improved AMDR at the cost of elevated cholesterol.
6,8,15-17) For example, dietary modelling around the NRVs suggested that the recommended nutrient intakes could not be met without protein intakes that were higher than actual requirements that influenced the AMDR for protein (15-25% of energy intakes).
The AMDR uses a fully programmable, back-end radar controller built from cots x86 processors, so it will be easily upgradable with future processors to allow the system to cope with emerging threats.
Lockheed Martin Defense contractors have eye on Navy's AMDR program.
Os valores estabelecidos pela AMDR variam de 45 a 65% para carboidratos, 25 a 35% de lipideos e 10 a 35% de proteinas de consumo diario.
The Flight III DDG-51 would have more AAW and BMD capability than the current DDG-51 design, but less AAW and BMD capability than was envisioned for the CG(X) cruiser (a ship acquisition program that the Navy eventually canceled), in large part because the Flight III DDG51 would be equipped with a 14-foot-diameter version of the AMDR that would have more sensitivity than the SPY-1 radar on Flight IIA DDG-51s, but less sensitivity than the substantially larger version of the AMDR that was envisioned for the CG(X).
The company's AMDR system completed Near Field Range testing, which validated the AMDR's digital beam forming performance, tuning techniques and reliable system operation.
The Flight III DDG-51 would have more AAW and BMD capability than the current Flight IIA DDG-51 design, but less AAW and BMD capability than was envisioned for a now-canceled cruiser called the CG(X), in large part because the Flight III DDG-51 would be equipped with a 12- or 14-foot-diameter version of a new radar called the Air and Missile Defense Radar (AMDR) that would have more sensitivity than the SPY-1 radar on Flight IIA DDG-51s, but less sensitivity than the substantially larger version of the AMDR that was envisioned for the CG(X).
Limited Tenders are invited for Repair Refurbishment Of High Voltage Line Switch Of Amdr For In Ship
172) This is a way of characterizing how much more sensitive a particular version of the AMDR is compared to the SPY-1 radar on the current Flight IIA DDG-51.