subframe

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subframe

[′səb‚frām]
(communications)
In telemetry, a complete sequence of frames during which all subchannels of a specific channel are sampled once.

subframe, rough buck, sub-buck

1. A secondary frame, usually formed of wood members or channel-shaped metal members, which supports the finish frame of a door or window; attached to the wall in which the finished frame, knocked-down frame, door casing, or door lining is set; a buck frame.
2. A frame which supports a panel used as a wall finish.
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5-ton, single cabin pickup truck, a fixed platform mounted subframes, chassis behind the rear axle, said cam built min.
For a start it was much more silent, thanks in part to new hydraulic engine mounts, better-bushed suspension subframes, thicker door seals and improved sound deadening.
The new McLaren, for example, has a chassis weighing 147kg, and only another 70kg on top of that with the front and rear aluminium subframes attached (to which the suspension and engine/gearbox are bolted).
A typical configuration of the subframes used in the study is shown in Figure 3, and the method of test is shown in Figure 4.
All benches feature total lock casters for mobility and 16 gauge steel subframes for durability.
Both the double-wishbone front and multi-link rear suspensions are attached to tubular steel subframes at six mounting points.
ThyssenKrupp Budd supplies about 100 vehicle models with sheet metal stampings and assemblies, composite autobody panels and pickup boxes, chassis modules and subframes and bumpers.
Ditto its ability to destroy its weedily constructed subframes with the speed of an Icelandicgunboat chasing a British cod fisherman.
Introduced by Ingersoll Rand Security & Safety of Carmel, Indiana, the system incorporates Schlage locksets, Steelcraft doors and subframes, LCN door closers, and Von Duprin exit devices.
Its ability to create downlink or uplink subframes in TDD or FDD makes it suitable for engineers testing base station and subscriber station equipment.
Honda avoided the corrosion trap of joining aluminium to steel by designing an aluminium monocoque chassis and even making the subframes and wishbones from aluminium.
Those products include full chassis frames, subframes, space frames and components, rear suspension modules, sheet metal automotive body systems and assemblies, medium and heavy metal stampings, welded products, assemblies and systems, major tubular fabrications, gray and ductile iron castings as well as bumpers and bumper reinforcements.