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XMT

In communications, an abbreviation for transmit.
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Single conditioning stimulus with a strength of 0.75 XMT produced marked inhibition with short latency, which is attributable to Ia inhibition.
Thereafter, there is a time stamp value generated by KSI, and all hash trees are bit masked through the stored XMT.
The XMT 350 CC/CV and XMT 450 CC/CV multiprocess welding power sources are capable of MIG, stick, TIG and flux-cored welding, along with air carbon arc cutting and gouging, and provide the flexibility of a 14-pin connection for spool guns, feeders and remote controls.
Another difference between the industrial microtomography machines (XMT) and the medical CT scanners is that the X-ray source and detectors in XMT machines are stationary and the sample rotates.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-December 16, 2011-Noblis receives Cray XMT supercomputer(C)1994-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
TMX QuantumFeed supports TMX Datalinx's strategy to offer low-latency data feeds with predictable performance using TMX's eXtreme Message Transfer Protocol (XMT) and binary fixed record length data format," stated Eric Sinclair, president, TMX Datalinx and Group Head of Information Services.
These can be used with any Miller power source with a 14-pin connector and 24 VAC power, such as the Deltaweld DC/CV MIG welder, Dimension-series and XMT 350 multi-process welders or the Trailblazer series of welding generators.
Optical microscopy, scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and X-ray microtomography (XMT) provide homogeneity characterization data.
Both graphics processing unit (GPU) computing and the Cray XMT open new vistas of performance for a wide-spectrum of important computing problems.
En el area de mercadeo, XCA y XGT desarrollaron productos que se comercializan internacionalmente, y XMT se ha esforzado en producir, comercializar y promover en tiempo record nuevos productos para compensar los efectos de las regulaciones de precios.
Using x-ray microtomography (XMT), a follow-up study investigated the mineral composition and 3-D structure of enamel and bone in the teeth and skulls of diabetic rodents [Atar et al., 2006].