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PPS

(Packets Per Second) The measurement of activity in a packet-switched network. For example, local area networks (LANs) and the Internet break all data, no matter what their content, into individual packets before transmitting them. Each packet contains source and destination addresses, and routers are rated for performance by the number of packets they can forward in one second based on the destination address. See packet switching, router and traffic.
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'PPS Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Belimbing Dalam (50 people from 10 families), PPS Balai Raya Kampung Beringin (90 people from 15 families), PPS Sungai Tuang (nine people from two families)," he told reporters here today.
C'est notamment en 1975 que le PPS a lance le debat sur les langues et la culture amazighes a travers le document ayant servi de plateforme a son congres.
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HIGH RATES, LIMITED COST FLEXIBILITY: PPS's long resource position and limited off-system sales given currently depressed wholesale market prices necessitate high retail electric rates (12.2 cents/kWh in fiscal 2018).
Firstly, the CFRTP overlaid with PPS additive on surface was placed on the laser welding system, and the stainless steel plate was placed above the PPS additive.
The company has applied advanced technology to improve heat shock resistance of highly filled, high-toughness PPS materials.
The PPS M2 has a 3.18-inch barrel with a loaded chamber indicator cutout in the top of the chamber.
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The PPS membership continues to grow internationally, PPS meetings are expanding, and PPS members are actively engaged in the development of guidelines and position papers, such as Dr Lynette Sholl and colleagues' PD-L1 article in this very Special Section.
PPS is a slowly progressive disease that leads to muscle deterioration from 7% in four years to 15% in eight years.
PPS provides consultancy services in areas like reputation management, community engagement and political consensus building.