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Monetary Control Act of 1980 (MAC)

Act which requires that all banks and all institutions that accept deposits from the public make periodic reports to the Federal Reserve System. Starting in September 1981, the Fed charged banks for a range of services that it had provided free in the past, including check clearing, wire transfer of funds and the use of automated clearinghouse facilities.

MAC

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Macau. The code is used for transactions to and from Macanese bank accounts and for international shipping to Macau. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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If the signal is weak enough and the node moving away, the MAC layer sends a Request To Send (RTS).
After several unsuccessful attempts, the MAC layer informs to the routing layer that communication failed, using the variable xmit_reason with the value XMIT_REASON_RTS or XMIT_REASON_ACK (see Algorithm1).
The IEEE P1901 standard defines several packet types which can be interchanged between stations at the MAC layer (Fig.
Simulator design incorporates both MAC layer protocols and PHY layer characteristics.
11 based MAC protocols, virtual carrier sensing is used at the MAC layer to determine the availability of the wireless medium.
The control frames include the transmission of route request, route response packets at the network layer as well as the RTS/CTS/ACK packets at the MAC layer.
4 MAC layer and Sensicast Operating System as part of a suite of software they provide to OEMs for developing embedded wireless hardware and solutions.
4 standards, advanced MAC protocols for ZigBee networks, energy optimization techniques of the PHY and MAC layers, security issues, coexistence issues between ZigBee and other networks, ZigBee profile, developing ZigBee certified products, monitoring the efficiency of workflow, and ZigBee versus other protocols and standards.
We are seeing significant differences of opinion as to structure of the PHY and MAC layers and we have aired those differences.
The AIS includes a complete description of the Physical layer, which uses Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) and advanced forward error-correction techniques, and a complete description of the Stream/Control and MAC layers, which multiplex a multiplicity of simultaneous multimedia services into logical units distinguishable at the radio interface (physical) layer.