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FRAD

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FRAD

(Frame Relay Access Device or Frame Relay Assembler Disassembler) A communications device that formats outgoing data into the format required by a frame relay network. It strips the data back out at the other end. It is the frame relay counterpart to the X.25 PAD. See frame relay.
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The conference is an opportunity to take stock of the innovation ecosystem in Tunisia and the legal and regulatory framework governing innovation, especially after the promulgation of the Start-Up Act, said Frad.
Functional Requirements for Authority Data: a Conceptual Model (FRAD).
d) at 31.16 and 45.9, based on the root frad 'prosper' (Hoffmann 1969: 262-69; Kellens 1984: 57, 113; Sims-Williams 2009: 279).
The content covered in the RDA training attended by the cataloging heads included almost all major RDA topics, ranging from departures from AACR2 to FRAD. Departures from AACR2 were rated as the most helpful, followed by FRBR and different structure of RDA.
However, fast-bowler Frad Spofforth's burst of four wickets for only two runs left England eight runs short of victory.
Demystifying FRAD; functional requirements for authority data.
During the last decade, two additional models have been created with which FRBR needs to interact: the Functional Requirements for Authority Data (FRAD)21, and the Functional Requirements for Subject Authority Data (FRSAD)22, both also developed within IFLA.
Our special offer collection has one each of the white Alan Frad, the light rose Silver Pink and the purple Purpureus.
I am doing the volunteer work for FRAD (Florida Rainbow Alliance for the Deaf, an organization that I have been associated with since 2003.