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TEMPEST[not an acronym] Unclassified US government code word for compromising emanations; now called Emissions Security or EMSEC
TEMPESTTransient Electromagnetic Pulse Emanation Standard (common, but incorrect)
TEMPESTTransient Electromagnetic Pulse Surveillance Technology (common, but incorrect)
TEMPESTTiny Electromagnetic Particles Emitting Secret Things (unofficial backronym)
TEMPESTTransient Electromagnetic Pulse Standard (common, but incorrect)
TEMPESTTelecommunications Electronics Material Protected from Emanating Spurious Transmissions
TEMPESTTransient Electromagnetic Pulse Emanation Surveillance Technology (common, but incorrect)
TEMPESTThermal, Electro-Magnetic and Physical Equipment Stress Testing
TEMPESTTelecommunications and Electrical Machinery Protected from Emanations Security (electromagnetic compatibility)
TEMPESTTest for Electromagnetic Propagation and Evaluation for Secure Transmissions (common, but probably incorrect)
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Tempest was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 2015.
The Ministry of Defence says that it hopes the Tempest will be flying by 2035, alongside the RAF's fleet of F-35Bs.
But, and here I want each one of you who have been buffeted lately to listen: It is in this very process of groping around and fighting the tempest that we find we have inner strength and derive a strong sense of purpose.
- Tempest CX S5550: Single-socket Intel Xeon E-2100 processor-based server board in Micro-ATX (9.6" x 9.6") form factor for entry server applications
Tempest's distinctive voice is still here, in the urgent rhythms, unexpected shifts of tone and pace, emotional intensity and well-observed images -"Forget that your heart is a piece of brown meat/Feel nothing but love for those that have love" - but reading from the page, without accompaniment, allows her wordcraft to really shine.
The Tempest, which will use laser weapons, could take to the skies by 2035.
The company has acquired rights to publish Tempest's third poetry collection in print and ebook in the UK, Ireland, the rest of the EU and in the Commonwealth (excl Canada).
As Tempest and Tally's thirteenth birthday approaches, though, it seems to Tally that her shy and brainy sister would rather tinker and experiment than spend time with her.
Originally created by the National Technical Authority for Information Assurance (CESG), which is now part of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), the purpose of Tempest testing is to overcome the vulnerabilities of classified information held or transmitted by military equipment.
In a separate statement from the US Embassy, it said the Tempest Wind was approved by the Mutual Defense Board and Security Engagement Board last November 2016.
Tempest manufacturers chillers and heat transfer systems for the Food, Pharmaceutical, Chemical, Energy, Tire & Rubber industries.
This production of The Tempest, which takes in several North Wales venues, has been given the usual Taking Flight special treatment.