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MISO

(Multiple Inputs Single Output) Pronounced "my-so," it is the use of multiple transmitters and a single receiver on a wireless device to improve the transmission distance. See MIMO.
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Generally retains the capacity usage provision between MISO and SPP under their Joint Operating Agreement (Section 5.
Southwest Power Pool says MISO should pay to use the line, and has sent MISO bills.
Although MISo is officially open, it might not look like much at the moment.
Today, MISO Warriors influence neutral and hostile target audiences while engaged in supporting the U.
Traditional Miso paste is available under the Marukome Boy brand in several varieties.
The miso sauce will keep in the fridge for several days and freezes very well.
Miso can be used in a variety of ways including sauces, soups, marinades.
Plain tofu is often eaten in the morning with a touch of ginger, or miso soup with tofu on the side.
But, according to Japanese mythology, miso is "a gift to mankind from the Gods to assure lasting health, longevity and happiness.
There are several types of miso including rice miso, wheat miso, and soybean miso.
In light of this, Davos Group's CEO David Osio commented: "It's the concern and responsibility of companies like ours to support a cultural institution such as MISO and give continuity to events in this category, which enrich the cultural level of our community.
The portfolio of MISO includes 17 transmission projects across 15 US states and the Canadian province of Manitoba.