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EHF

(communications)

EHF

(Extremely High Frequency) See frequency bands.
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The last team with a secured spot in the play-offs is Germany, by EHF Executive Committee decision as second best third ranked team from EHF EURO 2014 qualification phase 2.
In this instance, the initial high suspicion of EHF by clinical staff, the appropriate use of personal protective equipment and barrier protection by hospital staff, and the rapid laboratory confirmation of EHF in-country likely contributed to limiting the size of this outbreak.
The twice EHF Champions League winner is desperately trying to win a major title this season, after having lost to FC Barcelona in the cream of crop final four.
According to Hamed, the EHF has started a project with the governmental National Sports Council to get the game included in the sports activities at schools all over Egypt.
Upgrading the B-2's satellite communications capabilities from UHF to EHF will be like going from a dial-up Internet connection to broadband," said Dave Mazur, a vice president in Northrop Grumman's Integrated Systems sector.
The EHF communications network, with a topside antenna encased in a steel shelter, is designed to withstand a nearby nuclear blast," the lieutenant said.
Generation Three (FY08-12) consists of technology insertion for the Advanced EHF System.
In the SG, six were weaned to EHF without (placebo group--PG) and seven to EHF with Bifidobacterium lactis Bb-12 supplementation (bifidobacteria treated group--BbG).
The EHF proudly describes itself as representing a pluralistic but unified humanism.
The wind parks EHF and COT were acquired by BayWa r.
EHF is actively engaged in searching for talented school students and is reaching out to 3500 schools and four lakh students annually.