Usually multiplexing is used for more complex target
The complex target
group 1) the most economically advantageous price-quality ratio of one (1) the most total points received the supplier.
It also takes a lot of missiles to deal with any complex target
, and missile numbers are limited.
Sort through complex target
The elitist party further said the weapons and ammunitions produced by the military complex target
mainly the Sudanese in Darfur, South Kordofan, east Sudan and Khartoum, and pointed out to its military alliance with the Iranian government.
A disconnection approach is simply a way of breaking down a very complex target
to make the best path to success more apparent.
Hodgson continued, "The combination of more complex target
lesions, concerns about late stent thrombosis, the launch of new faster, integrated IVUS and FFR technologies, and the growing awareness that angiography does not tell the whole story, has driven IVUS use dramatically higher in recent years.
Training Procedure 2: Directly Touching a Complex Target
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The robot has increased maneuverability that allows greater coverage of complex target
volumes, while reducing adverse effects on surrounding healthy tissues and organs.
Fully human symphobodies provide a totally new class of therapeutic antibody which offer a number of advantages over current plasma-derived immunoglobulins and monoclonal antibody therapies for treatment of diseases characterized by complex target
antigens, such as those found with infectious diseases, allergy, transplant rejection and cancer.
Combat scenarios of the sort seen in Iraq--with a complex target
mix ranging from moving missile launchers to deep bunkers, dispersed troops and dual-use buildings--have stirred concerns among Air Force planners that their weapons need to become "more precise and cause less collateral damage," said Air Force Col.
Year Two will be looking for a much more extended demonstration experiment to involve much more complex target
behaviors in a much more stressing scenario, ending with delivery of a weapon on target.