yig


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yig

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A similar state of affairs is met with in the famous Dag yig li shi'i gur khang lexicon of 1536, attributed to Skyogs ston Lo tsa ba Rin chen bkra shis (ca.
dPal brtsegs bod yig dpe rnying zhib 'jug khang, 91 vols.
The YIG product line plans to offer superior phase noise performance at improved price points.
We then call a number of volunteers to join and start the cleaning process," said Maha Taher, co-founder of YIG.
88] rtsigs byin pas/ gral g yas gral rtse la sku gshen de 'jog bal po'i gdan khri dang za 'og gi gdan/ yig tshang du gser gyi phud bu gnang ngo /
It is also noted in Kah thog Si tu Chos kyi rgya mtsho (1880-1925), Gangs ljongs dbus gtsang gnas bskor lam yig nor bu zla shel gyi se mo do Can Account of a Pilgrimage to Central Tibet During the Years 1918 to 1920] (Tashijong: The Sungrab Nyamso Gyunphel Parkhang Tibetan Craft Community, 1972), 50, and Dkon mchog phel rgyal (1987: 68).
Today's most common multioctave receivers that use YIG oscillators cover approximately one half of the total frequency range with their fundamental source.
Finally, should the anonymous rDo rje gdan gyi dkar chag dang lam yig, presently in the premises of the Bihar Research Institute (Patna), be attributed to a member of the dPyal clan (perhaps dPyal Chos bzang), to one of their associates (perhaps Thar pa lo tsa ba Nyi ma rgyal mtshan) or to Chag lo tsa ba Chos rje dpal?
A DDS circuit is responsible for the fine-tuning resolution, but actual control of the YIG oscillator is via a fractional-N PLL.
produces a broad range of high end signal sources and peripheral devices including YIG tuned oscillators, filters and microwave synthesizers for communications applications in both the commercial and defense sectors.
A week later, 400 YIG volunteers headed to Jeddah's historical district in the downtown Balad area to clean streets and buildings.
In fact, the Great Fifth informs us that various events that occured much later confirmed 'Khon ston Rinpoche to be the reincarnation not only of Byams chen chos rje, (27) the founder of Sera Monastery, but also of Rje btsun chos kyi rgyal mtshan (or Rje btsun pa), (28) the writer of the Sera Byes yig cha, or textbooks.