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CSA ISO/IEC TR 24704 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – CUSTOMER PREMISES CABLING FOR WIRELESS ACCESS POINTS Organization: CSA
Date: 2006-01-01
Description: The cabling specified in this Technical Report is considered to be in addition to and not in place of the infrastructure specified in ISO/IEC 11801.
DS/EN 60728-11 - CABLE NETWORKS FOR TELEVISION SIGNALS, SOUND SIGNALS AND INTERACTIVE SERVICES - PART 11: SAFETY Organization: DS
Date: 2010-11-08
Description: All Figures were reworked among other things concerning equipotential bonding and earthing details and were incorporated in the text at the appropriate places. Clause 11 'Protection against atmospheric overvoltages and elimination of potential differences' was completely reworked and re-structured taking into account among other things the provisions and requirements of the IEC 62305 series on 'Lightning protection'.
MODUK - DEF STAN 02-305 - REQUIREMENTS FOR GEARING – MAIN PROPULSION - ISSUE 3; 2/2010; CATEGORY 2 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2010-02-12
Description:   This Standard will be called into use by the Contract placed on the main gearing Contractor to design and/or manufacture a Gearbox. As this Standard also places responsibility on Prime Contractors or other manufacturing/installation authorities, it will also be called into use by contract concerned with the building of vessels and Shore Test Facilities (STF).
IEEE 1596 - STANDARD FOR SCALABLE COHERENT INTERFACE (SCI) - IEEE COMPUTER SOCIETY DOCUMENT Organization: IEEE
Date: 1992-03-19
Description: The SCI paradigm removes the limits that bus structures place on throughput, but its latency is of course limited by the speed of signal propagation (less than the speed of light).
CRC - FORENSIC NURSING - FORENSIC NURSING Organization: CRC
Date: 2006-01-13
Description: There is no limit to what forensic nurses can achieve, but they must be willing to jump those hurdles and break down those doors themselves. Arguably, in some places in this country, breaking through will be more difficult, as stereotypes, gender biases, and lack of comprehension of the importance of forensic science principles in health care delivery continue to challenge these nurses.

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