WWR

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WWRWelded Wire Reinforcement
WWRWild Water Racing
WWRWounded Warrior Regiment (Virginia)
WWRWorking With Rails (online community)
WWRWell Worth Reading (various organizations)
WWRWorld Wrestling Revolution (online magazine and podcast)
WWRWire-Wound Resistor
WWRWorld Wide Recycling BV (Twello, The Netherlands)
WWRWorldwide Workload Report
WWRWorld Water Resources and Use (UNESCO database)
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The three single-series-connected [R.sub.H] = [V.sub.H]/I i = 2 quantized Hall resistances [R.sub.H](1,2), [R.sub.H](3,4), and [R.sub.H](5,6) of QHR device ac1 were compared with the 12 906.4 [ohm] wire-wound resistor 12.9WW1 at I = 29.1 [micro]A dc, T = 1.58 K, and B = 8.3 T using an automated measurement system that reverses currents, exchanges positions of two digital multimeters, and exchanges the positions of ac1 and 12.9WW1 in the bridge.
The high power rating of the WSE0805 makes it suitable for replacing low-power leaded wire-wound resistors.
The Model TS uses precision, wire-wound resistors to insure reliable performance.