TXP

AcronymDefinition
TXPTransmit Power (communications technology measurement)
TXPTransaction Processor
TXPTransaction Protocol
TXPTextpattern
TXPTransponder (aircraft radio that responds to radar)
TXPTransmit Positive
TXPThin X Protocol
TXPTape Transport (usually open reel tape deck)
TXPTaxoprexin DHA-paclitaxel
TXPtumor xenograft pharmacology
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The Company's common shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange under the symbol 'TXP'.
(*) Grupo Investigacion TXP, Departamento de Medicina, Universidad Cardenal Herrera-CEU, CEU Universities, Castellon, Espana; (**) Unidad Salud Mental Torrent, Hospital General, Valencia, Espana; (***) Servicio de Psiquiatria, Consorcio Hospitalario Provincial, Castellon; (***) Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud, Universidad Jaume I, Castellon; (***) Facultad de Psicologia, Universidad Catolica San Vicente Martir, Valencia.
A recent statewide study by economic analysis firm TXP Inc.
And separately, but nonetheless coincidentally, Juniper this week announced an increase in capacity on its own TXP multichassis system, from 6.4Tbps to 16Tbps.
The Tandem Corporation continued to improve the Tandem NonStop II system, and we progressed through several model upgrades, including the Tandem TXP, Tandem CLX, and now the current Himalaya hardware model.
The parent trees totaling 23,000 units of Dura trees and more than 2,000 units of Pisifera trees of 36 TXP progeny and 36 cloned Pisifera were planted in Topaz in 1995.
For example, actual individual measurements of transmit power (TXP), power vs.
(SMS) reported that its shareholders have approved a 1-for-10 reverse stock split as part of its merger with Dallas-based Texas Prototypes (TXP).
Its TXP technology reportedly enables data to be transmitted over satellite and wireless public networks and allows digital images to be sent in seconds.
FastPic TXP (Transmission Processor Software) from FastPic Systems provides an easy-to-use interface that permits extended inventory, personnel and equipment management of inventory using a facility's existing host software systems such as ERP, WMS and LESA.