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Header

In publishing, an area toward the top of a page where one may print a headline, a date or other relevant information. Often, though not always, the text in a header is in larger print and may be repeated on each page of a document.
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When IPSec is applied to a data packet at IP Layer 3, a header or trailer or both is added to the packet to let the receiving system know that IP security is used and to call out the associated algorithms.
Intended for secondary power circuit applications, the through-hole headers have a current-carrying capacity of 7.
If thin gauge brass tanks are used, they should be well designed for internal pressure, to minimize stresses in the header.
HCC's significant technological differentiation and strong customer orientation enable the rapid design and production of hermetic (moisture-proof) connectors, terminals, headers and microelectronic packages for customers' specific applications.
Most often, ejectors are used in applications where CF II headers are at the edge of a PCB; however, they also can be used in storage based, internal board mount applications where customers may want to occasionally eject the CF card for service or upgrade.
The stripper header eliminates the need to swath the plants, saving time and fuel.
The header is suitable for a variety of electronic applications, including blade servers, medical electronics, motor control boards, data collection devices and high-performance audio components.
We are proud to offer a premier brand of high-quality non-stainless headers at a more affordable price of $399.
But in the 65th minute Vlashos reduced the arrears with another fine header from a corner.
MIAMI, March 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Professional graphic designers have plenty of options for creating eye-catching headers on Web sites and blogs.
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (Canada) on June 22 -- 50+ combines, 45+ headers, 50+ farm tractors and more