SESD

AcronymDefinition
SESDSaskatoon East School Division (Canada)
SESDSouth East San Diego (San Diego, California, USA)
SESDScience and Ecosystem Support Division
SESDScience and Engineering in Software Development (book; est. 1999)
SESDSunnyvale Elementary School District (California)
SESDSpace Electronic Security Division
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The ultra-low-capacitance, small size and high ESD kV rating of the SESD devices are well-suited for smart phones, HDTVs and similar consumer, auto and other markets' products using today's - and tomorrow's - highest-speed interfaces such as USB 3.
The single- and multi-channel SESD devices also feature an industry-leading 20kV contact and air discharge rating, exceeding IEC61000-4-2's 8kV industry standard.
L-3 ILEX SESD is based in Shrewsbury, NJ (Fort Monmouth) with major operations in Sierra Vista, AZ (Fort Huachuca), and field service offices at over twenty sites worldwide including Korea, Germany, Hawaii, Fort Bragg, Fort Stewart, Fort Drum, Fort Hood, Fort Gordon, Fort Belvoir, Fort Lewis, Fort Campbell, Hunter Army Airfield, and deployment sites such as Iraq and Afghanistan.
Reserves pledged solely to the SESD bonds allow the bonds to withstand 100% loan repayment defaults through final bond maturity in 2016.
SOLID LOAN REPAYMENT HISTORY: SESD has not failed to pay its loans to MWPAT when due, and MWPAT has not experienced a loan default in any of its leveraged programs to date.
The SESD device's miniature footprint - measuring a mere 0.
With a 0201-sized footprint, Tyco Electronics' SESD devices offer designers flexibility in space-constrained applications.
The reserves are sufficient for the MWPAT SESD bonds to perform, even assuming 100% permanent loan defaults over the life of the bonds
The New Bedford and SESD indentures are closed, and while the MWRA indenture is technically still open, the MWPAT has provided loans to all three borrowers through its pooled program and expects to continue to do so in the future.
L-3 ILEX SESD is based in Shrewsbury, NJ at Fort Monmouth, with major operations in Sierra Vista, AZ (Fort Huachuca), and field service offices at over twenty sites worldwide including Korea, Germany, Hawaii, Fort Bragg, Fort Stewart, Fort Drum, Fort Hood, Fort Gordon, Fort Belvoir, Fort Lewis, Fort Campbell, Hunter Army Airfield, and deployment sites such as Iraq and Afghanistan.
L-3 ILEX SESD will design, code, test, distribute, and install software enhancements and corrections for TACCOM systems throughout the remainder of the system's life cycle.
5 million over a term of up to three years, to provide professional services to aid Health Canada in the provision of SESD services.