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1. The ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste (East Timor). This is the code used in international transactions to and from East Timor's bank accounts.

2. A former ISO 3166-2 geocode for East Timor. This is used as an international standard for shipping to East Timor.
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An expression for random incidence transmission loss at frequencies above the critical frequency was derived by Cremer (1942), (Fahy, 1993):
The sound transmission loss of a dense concrete partition has been measured in laboratory by placing the element under test in an opening between two adjacent reverberant rooms.
It was necessary to consider the roughness of both sides and the affect to the transmission loss according to the ratio of the current density.
Since the results indicated that the surface roughness of the copper foil greatly influenced the transmission loss, profile-free copper foil was used for the development of the new copper clad laminate material.
The transmission loss can be found directly from the four-pole parameters (Munjal 1987) for a plenum, which are determined as follows.
After the four-pole parameters (A, B, C, and D) are found, the transmission loss (narrow band) can be determined using the equation (Wu et al.
An added benefit is that transmission loss can also be determined for each component provided that the transfer matrices are known.
AcTfiber(TM) is Collins & Aikman's proprietary blend of highly engineered inter-locked synthetic fibers custom tuned for sound transmission loss and absorption applications.
8220;This new capability also provides a distinct advantage to experts seeking to demonstrate the need for a higher transmission loss barrier.
This study looked at signal transmission loss of copper wiring on a PCB.
The lower the Dissipation factor, the more efficiently the stored electricity is discharged, thereby reducing the electrical signal transmission loss.
Transmission loss is not typically used by the ASHRAE community because it is problematic as a metric above the cutoff frequency.

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