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n. a politician. The pols are spending my taxes like mad again.
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Melson likens POL technology (also referred to as a Passive Optical Network, or PON) to a FIOS-type architecture routed throughout a building or enterprise campus, rather than a residential neighborhood.
With our new GigaDLynx POL module, we are able to equip our customers with the tighter voltage control they need in a reduced footprint to free up space when designing the layout of their boards.
However, a study by Consumer Focus found over half (53 per cent) of the POL users it quizzed were forced to use bigger post offices as their POL did not offer a service they needed, such as applying for passports, paying a bill or sending heavy packages abroad.
The business side of accrediting POLs is becoming more competitive.
Pols clarifies some of his conclusions in chapter 6, by articulating his "Nine Theses About Science, Common Sense, and First Philosophy.
For those POLs surviving the Stark amendment onslaught, the next hurdle is CLIA.
As would be expected, larger POLs perform more moderate and high complexity tests than smaller ones.
The POL reference design kit includes full schematics and layout (Gerber) files that facilitate fast time to market and greatly reduce design time and effort.
Maryland health department officials are pressing to bring their program in line with the Federal Government's in a bid for deemed status, so that the state can retain primacy over regulating its POLs.
These extremely-cost-effective digital POLs solve customers' most frequently experienced power-management problems via simple pin strapping, and the use of only one trim resistor and capacitor.
Designed for requirements with a lower number of outputs and voltages, our new "No-bus" Z-1000 POLs provide digital-power-management capabilities without the need for external power managers, or interfaces to dedicated-power-management or system-level buses.
Without any external power management, "No-bus" Z-1000 POLs allow customers to:
In synchronization mode, the IRU3146 is capable of accepting an external logic level signal from 200kHz to 400kHz which helps the overall system filter design at the input to the POL converters, since all POLs on-board can be synchronized together.
In BW5347 issued March 23, 2004: Headline of release should read: maXyz POLs Provide up to 500 watts/in3 From Industry Standard Footprint (sted: di/dt's maXyz POLs Provide up to 500 watts/in3 From Industry Standard Footprint)
In addition, the Opus and Opus Plus System will be offered exclusively by Moore Medical to the POL (physicians' office laboratories) market in a 10-state region including Delaware, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and will be sold to the rest of the country on a nonexclusive basis.