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AMPSAdvanced Mobile Phone System (Cellular System)
AMPSAssessment of Motor and Process Skills
AMPSAdvanced Mobile Phone Service
AMPSAutomatic Message Processing System
AMPSAnalog Mobil Phone Service
AMPSAdvanced Mobile Phone Standard
AMPSAmplifiers
AMPSAuction Market Preferred Stock(s)
AMPSAuction Market Preferred Stock
AMPSAviation Mission Planning System
AMPSAssociation of Motion Picture Sound (UK)
AMPSAnalog Mobile Phone System
AMPSArmor Modeling and Preservation Society
AMPSalt.music.paul-simon (newsgroup)
AMPSAcronis Maintenance and Priority Support
AMPSAirborne Multisensor Pod System
AMPSAutomated Meteorological Profiling System (US NASA)
AMPSAmerican Mobile Phone Service (less common)
AMPSAutomated Mission Planning System
AMPSAutomatic Mapping and Planning System
AMPSAutomated Message Processing System
AMPS2-Acrylamido-2-Methyl-Propane-Sulfonic Acid
AMPSAccount Management Profile System (NYSE)
AMPSArvinMeritor Performance System
AMPSAlignment of Multiple Protein Sequences
AMPSAfloat Master Planning System
AMPSAnanda Marga Pracharaka Samgha (Sanskrit: Organization for the Propagation of the Path of Bliss; Bihar, India)
AMPSAdministrative Monetary Penalty System Program (Canada Customs and Revenue Agency)
AMPSAviation Mission Planning Station
AMPSAdvanced Mission Planning System
AMPSAdvanced Modular Power System
AMPSAutomated Managed Power System
AMPSAbstract Meta-Physical Speculation
AMPSAssociation of Management and Professional Staff (UK)
AMPSAutomated Medicaid Payment System (Electronic Claims System)
AMPSAirborne Multispectral Pushbroom Scanner
AMPSAtmospherics, Magnetospherics, and Plasmas in Space
AMPSAutomated Mounting & Positioning System
AMPSAir Movement Planning System
AMPSAutomated Mobility Processing System
AMPSAutomated Message Processing Switch (US Military Communications System)
AMPSAutomated Mailtray Processing System
AMPSAutomated Mishap Prevention System
AMPSAviation Movement Planning System
AMPSAlteration Management Planning System (US Navy)
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'The R&S PKU100-O750 is clearly differentiated as a high-power satellite amplifier since it produces a significantly better signal quality than any other solid-state device,' commented Christian Baier, Product Manager and Technical Sales, Satellite Amplifiers at Rohde & Schwarz.
Major development challenge pushes back boundaries of amplifier technology in developing its new family of satellite amplifiers, Rohde & Schwarz's goal was to substitute traditional tube technology with the latest advances in solid-state transistors.
North America is likely to dominate global high voltage amplifier market over the forecast period due to the increasing demand for high voltage amplifiers in a number of industries, including medical, telecommunications, and aerospace and defense.
With zero dead time, there is little heat loss and lower temperatures which allows for more precise operation of the amplifier and longer lasting, more stable components.
The XTD-650KaL is a compact power amplifier designed for low cost installation and long life.
Segatto, "Optimization of distributed Raman amplifiers using a hybrid genetic algorithm with geometric compensation technique," IEEE Photonics Journal, vol.
Basic locks are essential for any EOG circuit shows that the main supply is given to the instrumentation amplifier with driven right leg for pulse generation.
Abstract--In this paper design and simulation of an X-band Power Amplifier (9.3-9.9 GHz) has been carried out.
High-power amplifiers typically consist of several lower power assemblies and a means to combine the power output from each.
TMS has leveraged its 50 year amplifier engineering heritage to create a modular, non-ITAR line of amplifiers that TMS can quickly and efficiently tailor to the specific needs of customers utilizing one of the industry's most comprehensive repository of parts.
Nujira points out that QAM and OFDM in particular need faithful reproduction of the transmitted radio signal's amplitude, and it is this constraint that makes efficient use of power in conventional amplifiers difficult.
An amplifier to boost biological signals, using DNA and harmless E.