DCVS


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AcronymDefinition
DCVSDifferential Cascode Voltage Switch (logic circuit)
DCVSDistributed Concurrent Versioning System (computer program)
DCVSDerwentside Council for Voluntary Service (UK)
DCVSDerby Council for Voluntary Service (UK)
DCVSDarlington Council for Voluntary Service (est. 1966; UK)
DCVSDemonstration CAMIS Validation System
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Following DCV failure analysis, finite element modelling, and subsequent modification of the chassis design for the DCVs, a replacement programme is now almost complete.
For Vanderlande's General Manager Direct Export, Ewout Cassee, the market shift towards DCVs is not before time.
There are a variety of technical concepts embodied in today's DCVs. One approach is that of combining the `active conveyor line with the passive DCV'.
The company installed the baggage handling system at New York JF Kennedy's new Terminal One, it has introduced large-scale Destination Coded Vehicle (DCV) technology to Europe at London Heathrow, it has another system about to go live at Philadelphia, and is the prime baggage handling system contractor for San Francisco's new international terminal building.
Apesar do presente estudo nao ter avaliado a associacao entre circunferencia do pescoco e DCVs foi observada prevalencia de HAS nessa populacao, o que pode estar associada tambem com o excesso de peso existente.
As DCVs tem origem multifatorial em que os chamados fatores de risco participam de sua genese.
"She is such a dedicated student," said Jessica Murphy, DCVS director.
A well-known LS is the differential cascade voltage switch (DCVS) circuit that is typically used for converting signals between the two different above threshold voltage domains.