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Intercast

An earlier technology from Intel for broadcasting HTML content via the vertical blanking interval (VBI) of a TV signal. Data were transmitted at a maximum of 10.5KBytes/sec in 10 of the 45 lines of the VBI. Requirements for the consumer were an Intercast TV board for the PC or set-top box for the TV. See TV board.
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The track detectors CR-39 available from Intercast Europe SpA via Natta 10/a 43100 Parma Italy (curing time 32 h, thickness 0.7 to 1.5 mm) were used.
Under the agreement, Essilor also acquired 100 percent of the capital of Intercast, a high-performance sun-lens manufacturer based in Parma, Italy.
The USD1.9bn (EUR1.4bn) deal was agreed in late July 2013 and also includes the purchase of PPG's Italian optical sunlens business Intercast Europe srl.
The transaction also includes the acquisition of the high-performance sun lens supplier, Intercast.
It was noticed from the tables and the BA plots that the proximal region showed a larger CSSA intra cast mean difference and variability in the Hands-on casting and a larger intercast variability.
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Various holder collimators with different heights are used to normally irradiate the INTERCAST CR-39 in air by [alpha]- particles [10].
ACIPCO's evolution with its core product lines and recent acquisitions of American Castings LLC in Pryor, OK, and Intercast SA, a Brazilian foundry, has allowed it to manufacture products for the water works, energy and capital goods markets.