FRU


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FRU

(Field Replaceable Unit) A component that can be replaced on site. An FRU may be easily unplugged; however, it may also require the skill of a technician who has to open the case and carefully remove the unit.
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"Ebber so fur," replied the negro; "can see de sky fru de top ob de tree."
"All dat done, Massa Will; mighty easy ting for to put de bug fru de hole - look out for him dare below!"
These components, referred to as "field replaceable units (FRUs)," communicate with the phone CPU over simple interfaces with no authentication mechanisms or error detection capabilities.
To summarize; by the end of the project, only three out of seven facilities could able to achieve functional FRU status by fulfilling the criteria 1,2,3 and 8 as mentioned in the table 1.
The FRU are now on their second season of 'Ramadan Challenge', which, as the group describe it, is "a challenge to practice self-discipline, self-control, sacrifice, and perseverance."
As a way to give back, we would like to show our support by running with him," Amor Bautista, founding member of FRU, told Gulf News.
The FRU is typically used to refuel large aircraft such as the A400M and the tests demonstrated the stability of both aircraft when flying in close formation and when refuelling.
Some 7.3 million people are registered to vote, compared to five million in the 2004 election which Biya won with a 70.92 percent score against Fru Ndi's 17.40 percent.
IR was induced in groups (groups 2, 3, 4 and 5) by feeding a high fructose diet (FRU) (60 g/100 g diet) for 60 days.