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BW

(ordnance)

butt joint

welded butt joint
butt joint formed by two boards
1. A plain, square joint between two members, where the contact surfaces are cut at right angles to the faces of the pieces; the two pieces are fitted squarely against each other rather than lapped; Also see oblique butt joint.
2.

bw

(networking)
The country code for Botswana.
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In the initial test at 0% BWS, we used the treadmill without LBPP because previous work from our lab has shown that at 0% BWS on the LBPP, the subject was supported to some extent, and we would expect a lower oxygen uptake at an identical speed than on a nonsupported treadmill (McNeill et al.
2] with 20% and 40% BWS reflected previous work by this lab (McNeill et al.
In 2001 the State Regulatory Radio Commission (SRRC), the Chinese government agency responsible for regulating spectrum allocation, certified Wi-LAN's AWE 120-24, AWE 120-58 and BWS 3500 products for use in China.
Wi-LAN's BWS Series includes access points and customer premises equipment (CPE), and can be used in broadband access applications alone or in combination with wired alternatives.
At TMA2001, attendees will see our commercially available BWS 3500 system, which can be ordered today," said Dr.
Operating at an unprecedented throughput of up to 192 megabits per second per six-sector cell, Wi-LAN's BWS Series includes access points and customer premises equipment (CPE), and can be used in broadband access applications alone or in combination with wired alternatives.
Wi-LAN's BWS 3500 is the fourth Wi-LAN product to receive certification in China, enabling Wi-LAN to provide a range of powerful, cost-effective solutions for the Chinese market in both licensed and license-exempt frequencies.
The BWS 3500 is another example of Wi-LAN's expertise with OFDM technology and the flexibility of the system architecture.
BWS will utilize AMCI cutting edge wire-line, radio frequency (RF) and satellite communication technology in data and voice delivery with particular interest in wireless Internet access and high-value asset tracking.