RBaRRed Beans and Rice
RBaRReinforcing Bars
RBaRRed Bull Air Race
RBaRRigid Bar
RBaRReceiver-Based Auto Rate
RBaRradioligand binding assay of receptors
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Following a three-year hiatus in order to improve safety and reorganise its calendar, the 2014 RBAR World Championship will feature several improvements and safety features including standardengines and propellers for all pilots, changes to the lightweight nylon pylon material, which make them even easier to burst apart when clipped by plane wings, and raising pylon heights from 20 to 25m.
The authors discussed ARF, RBAR and the rate adaptation mechanism as described in the 802.11n draft.
The authors in [26] proposed a scheme which essentially relies on RBAR with a modification that a sender has to specify the loss tolerance of the transported traffic in order that the receiver uses both this information and the current channel estimation to select the appropriate transmission mode.
where t is the number of trees and Rbar is the mean between-tree correlation.
Within NFOR, the mean common signal measured by Rbar during 1901-2002 ranged from 0.23 for P.
The receiver-based auto rate (RBAR) scheme, which came up with a modifed frame header format needed for implementing the link adaptation scheme, was proposed in [7].
As a performance measure, they used only saturated throughput and their numerical results were compared with those of RBAR scheme.
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