KGD


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AcronymDefinition
KGDKetogenic Diet (epilepsy)
KGDKnown Good Die (semiconductor industry)
KGDKilograms per Day
KGDKaliningrad, Russia - Kaliningrad Airport (Airport Code)
KGDKishimoto Gordon Dalaya PC (architectural firm)
KGDKing's Gambit Declined (chess)
KGDKomitee Für Grundrechte Und Demokratie
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A, View of the asymmetric unit of 1; B, view of the [[Mg.sub.3][(COO).sub.6]] subunit of 1 (symmetry code A: 2-X, 1-Y, 2-Z); C, view of the 2D bi-layered structure of 1 ; D, the binodal (3, 6)-connected kgd network for 1.
Besides, 0.3g (kgd) glutamine (Chonqging Yaoyou Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.) was added in the milk of the treatment group to replace corresponding amino acids in conventional enteral nutrition prescription.
"This study provides evidence that the KGD has a positive impact in children with pharmacologically refractory epilepsy by reducing the number of ED visits, numbers of hospitalizations, as well as length of hospital stay related to epilepsy, and associated comorbidities.
The Tessent silicon test and yield analysis tools address KGD testing challenges by supporting ATPG, compression, logic BIST, memory BIST, boundary-scan, mixed-signal BIST, and silicon learning.
Flexible packaging options to meet different environmental needs: High-temperature 181-pin ceramic PGA for 210 degrees Celsius operation KGD option for smallest package integration and multi-chip modules Plastic
Silicon Wave has introduced its latest single--chip Bluetooth components, the Ultimate-Blue 3000 radio processor and the SiW1712 radio modem, as stand-alone bare die products, also known as Know Good Die (KGD).
AMD developed the robust Known Good Die (KGD) program and the patented negative gate erase technology, and developed highly reliable Fine-pitch Ball Grid Array packaging.
The first product developed by the company as a result from the technology advancement is the Am29BL162C, a 16Mb Burst Mode Flash memory device based on the AMD Known Good Die (KGD) form factor.
This book deals with classical solder-bumped flip chip technologies, the next-generation flip chip technologies and known-good-die (KGD) testing for multi-chip module (MCM) applications.