cubic system


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cubic system

[′kyü·bik ‚sis·təm]
(crystallography)
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1b), which had a perovskite structure (d = 2,70; 1,91; 1,57 [Angstrom]), which crystallizes in cubic system with the unit cell parameter 3,905[Angstrom].
The Cubic system is the Asia-Pacific standard for ACMI training and supports annual and semi-annual multinational exercises including: Red Flag Alaska, Exercise Pitch Black and Talisman Sabre in Australia, Max Thunder in South Korea, Cobra Gold in Thailand and Commando Sling in Singapore.
Average size of crystallite Phase (hkl) D (nm) Average size Al cubic system, (111) 64.
Known as COUGAR, for Combined Operations Unmanned Ground Assessment Robot, the Cubic system packs a bundle of advanced audio, video and anti-explosive electronics into a compact ruggedized frame, officials said.
The new system, known as FasTIS, will replace Northern Rail's APTIS system, also a Cubic system, which has been the workhorse for the rail industry in the UK for almost 20 years.
The Cubic system will give BART the flexibility in the future to transition to smart card-based ticketing that will be employed by neighboring transit agencies throughout the region.
The Cubic system will be the nation's first regional ticketing system that accepts smart cards for fare payment for light rail, city bus and future bus rapid transit system.
Besides increased security, Cubic systems incorporate multiple applications and multiple card platforms on the same fare collection system.
NCMS members Portal Dynamics, Cubic Systems, and Delphi Automotive were the commercial participants on this project.
Every year, nearly 10 billion people use Cubic systems in more than 40 major markets in cities on five continents, including London, Washington, D.
Exhibiting companies include: SCM Microsystems, Oberthur, Booz Allen Hamilton, Schlumberger, Datakey, Datacard, Philips, Infineon, Integrated Engineering, Corestreet, Honeywell Access Systems (OmniTek), Exponent, Cubic Systems, ActivCard, Atmel, HID, IBM, RSA Security, ACT Canada and the Smart Card Alliance.
Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) placed the largest order, for 51 receiver/transmitters as spares to replace older-generation Cubic systems now flying aboard U.