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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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The normalized breakout transmission loss for unlined ducts is defined as
Transmission loss analysis of single-inlet/double-outlet (SIDO) and double-inlet/single-outlet (DISO) circular chamber mufflers by using Green's function method, Applied Acoustics 74(12):1499-1510.
Antenna circuit boards that transmit/receive millimeter waves require low transmission losses.
Caption: Figure 3: Transmission Loss of a Simple Expansion Chamber.
An input laser beam emitted by a laser diode (RIO, 1mW, [lambda] = 1550 nm) from the TMS passed through the coated OMF sensor and entered the terminal of the TMS to measure the transmission loss. In our experiment, the sensor's sensitivity S is defined as S=[DELTA][phi]/C, where [DELTA][phi] represents the additional loss change under different AMC concentrations and C is the AMC concentration, and the additional loss can be calculated by the formula [DELTA][phi]=10log[[P.sub.out]/[P.sub.in]], where [P.sub.in] and [P.sub.out] are the input and output energy, respectively.
NVH performance of carbon fiber panels can be determined with damping and sound transmission loss measurements.
From the proposed composite-based AFSS structure, we determined a resonance frequency variation and maximum transmission loss below 1.47% and -2.27 dB, respectively, and found that the reconfigured operating frequencies have less isolation.
7 indicates overall transmission loss, frequency plays a major role in determining the loss.
The definition of transmission loss for MIMO muffers is a straight forward extension from the SISO case.
One of the main problems in transmission loss allocation is bilateral agreements between participants which causes in the same extents of despotism.
HVDC has the ability to carry high voltage power over long distances with low transmission loss. It is believed that wind application will be dominant factor that will impact the HVDC transmission market the most.
This study looked at signal transmission loss of copper wiring on a PCB.

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