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MDA

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Moldova. The code is used for transactions to and from Moldovan bank accounts and for international shipping to Moldova. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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According to the company, the Wireless VGA with Integrated Audio wirelessly connects VGA and 3.
Of course, none of this would have been possible if TI hadn't equipped its digital media processors with the increased performance required to run MPEG-4 video encoding and decoding at 30 frames per second to achieve full VGA resolution," he noted.
A portable microcomputer with a built-in VGA screen helps reduce eye strain when it must be used outside the office.
Additional features of the Wireless VGA with Integrated Audio from Cables To Go include:
The Wireless VGA with Integrated Audio is based on chipsets from Realtek and DisplayLink, which provide premium performance and reliability.
This will mark the band's second VGA performance to date.
The VGA With Audio Extender is for applications where the VGA monitor needs to be further away than the general 100 foot VGA cable limitation.
She joined VGA this month, following a six-year tenure in the marketing world.
Intended to provide A/V and digital signage specialists with a convenient way to narrowcast VGA and audio content to remote locations at distances of up to 300m / 950', the VGA extension system also eliminates cost and reduces cable clutter by using Cat 5 Cables
This advanced 3D API provides for 3D running on any standard VGA card (software only), as well as providing for increased performance when playing either of these games on Local BUS Accelerated VGA cards, or Pentium(TM) Processor equipped PCs.
The first product to be offered through these Services is the OptiML WL-VGA-1E single-element VGA lens.
The Wireless USB to VGA Adapter Kit utilizes Ultra-Wide Band (UWB) technology, which provides a highly secure wireless connection ideal for classroom or conference room presentations or to display content from a laptop to a home entertainment system.