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stacking

[′stak·iŋ]
(aerospace engineering)
The holding pattern of aircraft awaiting their turn to approach and land at an airport.
(electromagnetism)
The placing of antennas one above the other, connecting them in phase to increase the gain.
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Tyler has a very good chance to not only win at the World Championships but also to set a new World Record," says Jeff Howell, President of Sport Stacking Canada and Tyler's mentor.
But this machine is also capable of stacking wide strips and multiple narrow strips.
Davis-Standard guarantees its stacking dies will yield gauge variation of less than 3% for any layer in 6-10 mil film, as well as for the total film thickness.
The Speed Stacks[R] StackPack[R] includes 12 Speed Stacks[R] competition cups with a sport carrying bag, a StackMat[R] - an optimum stacking surface with electronic precision timer, and an instructional DVD.
Bi-directional material laydown combined with moving hold down flaps provide stable, dense material stacking.
Sport stacking is something you have to see to believe, and once we saw it, we knew we wanted to share it with kids and sports fans everywhere.
A 24+4 GbE stacking switch based upon the E-StaX-34 solution is available for approximately the same price as a 24+4 Fast Ethernet stacking switch.
Nasdaq:STAK), a world-leading provider of intellectual property and services for next-generation, chip-stacking and module technologies for high-speed, high-capacity systems, announces FlashStak(TM), a family of Flash-memory stacking technologies derived from Staktek's proven Stakpak(R) products, with first customer shipments targeted within the next few weeks.
This stacking technology in a low cost QFN package makes it an ideal solution for space conscious designers of PDA's, camcorders, cell phones and various other portable consumer devices.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Patented Stacking Solution Delivers High-Density DDR2 in Registered DIMMs