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## Due

Describing a debt or its maturity. For example, one may say that a \$250,000 mortgage is due in 30 years, which means that the mortgage must be completely paid off 30 years from the time of that statement.

## due

Of or relating to an obligation or receivable that is outstanding and payable.
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Thus, r, its magnitude, its direction, and its elements in the (u, v, w) coordinate system (2) are intrinsic parameters of the DUT. This idea will be developed further in what follows.
The DUT (micro-strip line, width is 0.2 mm, and length is 20 mm) is at layer three, 0.7mm from the probe, and the medium is FR4.
When the frequency goes beyond [f.sub.PCREGCiR], defined in (28), the existence of [R.sub.REGi] = [R.sub.REGP] + [R.sub.REGG] can shield the impedance of [C.sub.REG], and thus dominates the DUT impedance.
* [[GAMMA].sub.A-DUT] = [S.sub.11A] + [[GAMMA].sub.DUT] [S.sub.21A] [S.sub.12A] - [[GAMMA].sub.DUT] [S.sub.22A] [S.sub.11A], where [[GAMMA].sub.DUT] is the reflection coefficient of the DUT, and [S.sub.ijA] is the scattering parameter (S-parameter) of the adaptor with i, j = 1 or 2.
However, this calculation may result in large errors if the DUT noise is too far below the instrument noise.
The DUT is usually designed and subjected to finite element analysis (FEA).
One evening in late January, Peter Dut, 21, leads his two teenage brothers through the brightly lit corridors of the Minneapolis airport, trying to mask his confusion.
Two terms used interchangeably are implementation under test (IUT) and device(s) under test (DUT) (an IUT runs on one or more DUT).
Workers on light dut y would receive full pay and benefits.
Beside the current source, it is the cabling, multiplexer, and the DUT adapter which will all generate--although they are stressed--ohmic and thermal losses when performing high-current tests.
South Sudanese Ambassador to Khartoum Mayan Dut Waal

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