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LNBSLoyal Nanaimo Bathtub Society (bathtub racing; Nanaimo, BC, Canada)
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In the past, these workers might have been called lone eagles, telecommuters or consultants, but LNB has become shorthand at Steamboat area economic development meetings.
Lymphnode biopsy (LNB) showed 65.152 (95%CI; 53.656-76.647) sensitivity and 100% specificity by taking direct smear method (DSM) as gold standard.
28, 2009 (CENS)--Zinwell Corp., a major satellite-communication equipment supplier in Taiwan, recently announced its landing of orders from a new customer in Europe for LNB (low noise block) downconverters.
EchoStar's IP-Prime Conversion Program provides qualified customers with EchoStar's ViP-TV transport service, replacement IDC satellite receivers and a standard professional installation, including compatible LNBs, a satellite dish re-point, cabling and connectors.
Zetex Semiconductors introduced three LNB controllers: the ZXNB4100 (negative volt bias) and ZXNB4200 (zero volt bias) for single universal LNBs with FET switching topologies; and the ZXNB2200 for C-band LNB designs.
On the other hand, the parameter estimates of lnBS indicate that the portion of business-oriented operation in an operating company does not have a statistically significant effect on TFP.
Rogers, a major suppler of high-frequency laminate for dual LNBs (low noise block downconverters, or receivers, which are used in satellite dishes), notes the latest line of dishes require three LNBs instead of two.
This matrix can be used to connect up to sixteen LNBs to up to sixteen satellite receivers in any combination through rear panel F type connectors, while supplying a DC feed to the amplifiers.
Optimal damper drives help prevent profitability from going up in smoke With LNBs and selective catalytic reduction (SCR) techniques already in place at many units, some utility engineers are now focusing on the flue gas environment as a solution to lowering heat rate while simultaneously limiting emissions.
(269) Controls used to prevent N[O.sub.x] formation during combustion include low-N[O.sub.x] burners (LNBs), reburning, overfire air (OFA), flue gas recirculation (FGR), and modifications to the "three T's." (270) Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and selective noncatalytic reduction (SNCR) are forms of post-combustion controls.
The LNBs sold for the Ku band are less sensitive, and this combined with the finer resolution makes the dish harder to point.
In recent drive against illegal Indian DTH, Regional Office PEMRA field staff in joint raids with FIA and Custom Intelligence confiscated about 3,000 illegal DTH decoders, C-line receivers and KU-band LNBs from the different markets of the province.