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E2

(communications)
A European framing specification for the transmission of four multiplexed E1 data streams, resulting in a transmission rate of 8.448 Mb/s (= 8448 kb/s).

E2

An 8.448 Mbps point-to-point dedicated, digital circuit provided by the telephone companies in Europe. E2 lines carry four multiplexed E1 channels. See E1 and DS.
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Israel will become the 40th country to join the E-2 visa program, a development which could benefit the substantial number of Israeli startups set up each year that target customers in the U.S.
The E-2 was shrink wrapped to protect it from weather damage during transit on the deck of an aircraft carrier to a repair facility in the United States.
By better understanding E-2 and EB-5 visas and what investment requirements must be met by the applicants to qualify, franchises can begin attracting and appealing to a new market of franchisees.
For Latin Americans, the E-2 visa offers more flexibility.
But the E-2 has pressurized cabins and carries oxygen masks only as a backup.
(The procedures for a single-engine waveoff or bolter are identical.) After performing the proper procedures, a single-engine climb was accomplished and the E-2 commenced a turn downwind for another simulated single-engine approach.
Progressing through the Korean War and Cold War operations--which truly drove the development of newer aircraft like the E-2 and AWACS--the author describes combat deployments and the success and failure of this rather secretive group of flight crews.
The unit has had the E-2 Hawkeye since 1970, and on 1 May 1983 it began flying E-2Bs and E-2Cs.
and French E-2 cross-deck first arose during a meeting between French and Sixth Fleet naval officials in November 2000.
In this capacity, the squadron has ongoing flight test projects with numerous aircraft, including the P-3 Orion, S-3 Viking, E-2 Hawkeye, EP-3 Aries II, E-6 Mercury, KC-130 Hercules, C-2 Greyhound, T-6 Texan, T-34C Turbo-Mentor, C-12 Huron and the new C-26.