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AcronymDefinition
HAPSHistory and Philosophy of Science
HAPSHuman Anatomy and Physiology Society (LaGrange, GA)
HAPSHigh Performance Asic Prototyping System
HAPSHigh Altitude Platform Station
HAPSHeating and Plumbing Services
HAPSHunter Area Pathology Service (Australia)
HAPSHydrazine Auxiliary Propulsion System
HAPSHealth and Public Services (Denton, MD)
HAPSHealth Assessment Program for Seniors (UCI)
HAPSHouston Automatic Priority Spooling
HAPSHazard Abatement Program System
HAPSHazardous Air Pollution Substance
HAPSHurricane Airborne Profiling System
HAPSHydrologic Auxiliary Processing System
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The test flight utilized the same 26GHz and 38GHz HAPS spectrum bands that will be considered for HAPS at the WRC-19 (World Radio Conference) in Egypt in October 2019.
The HAPS business is being positioned as an initiative for SoftBank's Beyond Japan strategy that takes insights from successful businesses from Japan to the global stage.
The Ahmedabad HAP has three key elements: community outreach to build awareness, a probabilistic forecast and early warning system [32], and health care capacity building.
High altitude platforms (HAPs) are airborne stations that are placed at an altitude ranging more than 50,000 feet from the Earth's surface.
Everybody knows what a quilt is, but have you heard of a "hap"?
The first solar-powered HAPS was launched into the stratosphere on September 11 from EIAST's Margham base in Dubai.
The Synopsys FPGA-based prototyping solution consists of a suite of modular, easy-to-use products for ASIC and SoC prototyping that include HAPS hardware components supported by an integrated software tool flow for design planning, FPGA synthesis, and debug.
Affected sources are those facilities that generate or produce the following HAPs of concern above the OSHA thresholds: 1,3-butadiene, 1,3-dichloropropene, acetaldehyde, chloroform, ethylene dichloride, hexachlorobenzene, methylene chloride, quinoline, hydrazine, and compounds of arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead, manganese, and nickel.
That's right, a carton of 3,000 125-grain HAPs. The box is the size of a thick loose-leaf binder and weighs 54 pounds.
Commercially available HAps are relatively expensive due to the use of high purity of reagents.