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hyper

A Greek work meaning "above" or "more than." It is used as a prefix to technical concepts and products to convey a more advanced or more automatic capability. See hyperlocal and hyperconnected.
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HyPer grew out of a research project started in 2010 by Technical University of Munich (TUM) professors Dr.
Encryption and decryption of binary message signal based on Qi hyper was successfully implemented and the robustness of the two models have been estimated using power spectrum and low pass filter method, Efficiency and effectiveness of the two models have also been measured using Bit Error Rate method.
The easyday Hyper store in Mumbai has provided employment opportunities and career paths to more than 225 people, including 79 women, meat cutters, fruits and vegetable sellers, school and college dropouts.
3, the flex modulus of PP with Hyper 2 and with the previous benchmark nucleator are comparable, while Hyper 2 confers significantly improved impact properties.
In a further transaction, Hilco has also exchanged contracts on the sale of the former head office of Hyper Value at Merthyr Tydfil for a consideration of almost pounds 4m.
George, who'd moved in with Hyper since his split with Kelly, had more reason than most to brood on the shocking news.
Hyper Carbon's entrance into the market last fall put the battle of the sticks into full swing.
After a network administrator attaches a Hyper CD array or server to a network and turns on the power, CD images are automatically transferred to the Hyper CD controller through fast-read bursts.
an industry leader in analog, high bandwidth communications and Ethernet IC solutions, today introduced the MIC2165, a Hyper Light Load(tm) efficient, adaptive on-time, synchronous DC-DC controller.
Shoppers' growing brand consciousness, environmental awareness and higher disposal incomes were last night blamed for Hyper Value's problems.
HIS (above): Jeans, pounds 75, by Dexter Wong from Hyper Hyper, Kensington High St, London W8, boots, pounds 94.