VCVS

AcronymDefinition
VCVSVoltage Controlled Voltage Source
VCVSVale Centre for Voluntary Services (est. 1967; UK)
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This component can be implemented by a CCCS and VCVS. Therefore, an NTL can be replaced by an identical line with positive characteristic impedance and two negators.
Every negator can be implemented using a CCCS or VCVS. This method uses the physical dimensions as analysis and optimization parameters.
I can just about manage two hours,' said Marilyn, who works for volunteers support organisation VCVS in Skomer Road, Barry.
The consultations have been organised by the Vale Centre for Voluntary Services (VCVS) to allow groups to have a say in the assembly's 10-year strategy for the voluntary sector.
A spokesman for VCVS said: ``It cannot be stressed enough how important this process could be.'' The consultations start at Albert Road Methodist Church, Penarth, at 7pm on Tuesday, followed by a meeting at Murchfield Community Association, Dinas Powys, at 2pm on Thursday.
The event was partially funded by Barry charity Kick Start VCVS.
``For many of our most needy people it is the first line of help and support.'' He added: ``We are very fortunate in that VCVS is such an effective body at representing and coordinating voluntary effort in the area.
"We are grateful for the partnership working, which has made these free courses possible, especially with VCVS and YMCA Wales."
The Vale Council for Voluntary Services (VCVS) is holding a four-week course on spreadsheets, starting on November 7.
The course, which is being run in partnership with the Vale of Glamorgan Council's community development service, is free or subsidised for members of VCVS and is accredited by the Open College Network.