MPT

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AcronymDefinition
MPTMaryland Public Television
MPTModern Portfolio Theory (investing)
MPTMaison pour Tous (French: Home for All; est. 1971)
MPTMaster of Physical Therapy (also seen as MSPT)
MPTMaintenance and Protection of Traffic (construction industry)
MPTMaputo (Mozambique capital)
MPTMultistate Performance Test (National Conference of Bar Examiners)
MPTMitochondrial Permeability Transition
MPTMessage-Passing Toolkit
MPTMulti Port Transceiver
MPTMemory Pipeline Technology
MPTMulti Protocol Trunking
MPTMessage Passing Toolkit
MPTMulti Page Tiff
MPTMobile Phone Tools
MPTMemory Protocol Translator
MPTMulti Plate Clutch Transfer
MPTMinistry of Posts and Telecommunications
MPTMultipoint-to-Point (algorithm)
MPTModplug Tracker (music software)
MPTManhattan Piano Trio (chamber music; Manhattan, NY)
MPTMetro Parks Tacoma (Tacoma, WA)
MPTMale Pipe Thread
MPTMemory Pipeline Technology (Intel)
MPTMath Placement Test
MPTMutual Protection Trust (insurance; Cooperative of American Physicians)
MPTManpower, Personnel & Training
MPTMichigan Peace Team
MPTMcKesson Provider Technologies (San Francisco, CA)
MPTMinistry of Post and Telematics
MPTMusic Production and Technology (University of Hartford; Connecticut)
MPTMusic Production and Technology (various schools)
MPTMagnetic Particle Testing
MPTMechanical Pan Tilt ( Cambo)
MPTMario Power Tennis (gaming)
MPTMormon Pioneer Trail (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints; various locations)
MPTMicrowave Power Transmission
MPTMicrosoft Project Template
MPTMatching Person and Technology
MPTMain Propulsion Test (US NASA)
MPTMonkey Power Trio (band)
MPTMinistry of Posts & Telecommunications (Japan)
MPTMission Planning Team (US NASA)
MPTMovimento Partido da Terra
MPTMean Repair Time
MPTMajor Projects Team (various locations)
MPTMarket Post Tower (San Jose, CA)
MPTMulti-Purpose Tool (oil drilling)
MPTMobile Palliative Team (Austria)
MPTMachine Perception Toolbox
MPTMarine Portable Tank (shipping)
MPTMoyenne Pondérée Dans Le Temps (French)
MPTMunich Personality Test
MPTMud Pulse Telemetry (drilling engineering)
MPTMission Planning Terminal
MPTMyPicTales (website)
MPTMain Power Transformer
MPTMedical Proficiency Training
MPTMultiple Pure Tone (noise)
MPTMaster Piano Technician
MPTMurugappa Polytechnic (Chennai, India)
MPTMass Production Type (Gundam animated series)
MPTMinimum Pressurization-Temperature
MPTMissile Procedure Trainer
MPTMulti-Purpose Testware (MTS Systems Corporation)
MPTMouse Proximal Tubule Cells (tissue culture)
MPTMultilateral Preparatory Talks (Conference on Security and Co-operation)
MPTMost Probable Trajectory
MPTMulti-Protocol Translator (ATM networks)
MPTMilitary Potential Test
MPTMicrowave Product Team
MPTMendeleev's Periodic Table
MPTMobile Portable Terminal
MPTMaxillofacial Prosthetic Technician
MPTMultimedia Phone Tool
MPTModified Policy Text (insurance)
MPTMetal Pre-Treatment
MPTMenominee Public Transit (Wisconsin)
MPTMultipurpose Prevention Technologies (reproductive health)
References in periodicals archive ?
Li, "A novel 5.8 GHz circularly polarized rectenna for microwave power transmission," Proceed.
Choi, "Microwave power transmission using a flexible rectenna for microwave-powered aerial vehicles," Smart Mater.
The rectennas at ISM (Industry, Science, and Medicine) band, e.g., 2.45 GHz, are developed in microwave power transmission systems.
Carrying different loads is an effective way to improve total transmission efficiency when the power distribution is not uniform on the array in close distance microwave power transmission.
Microwave power transmission (MPT) technology transfers power from one location to another by the microwave beam, which could be applied in supplying power to the space power satellites, unmanned aerial vehicles, the far-reached areas, and so on [1].
Xu, "Study of stepped amplitude distribution taper for microwave power transmission for SSPS," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, vol.
Chang, "5.8-GHz circularly polarized rectifying antenna for wireless microwave power transmission," IEEE Trans.
An example of this is microwave power transmission, where two main branches can be located.
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