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FM

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for MICRONESIA, FEDERATED STATES OF.
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FM

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Federated States of Micronesia. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Micronesian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Micronesia. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Micronesia. Each Micronesian state has its own code with the prefix "FM." For example, the code for the State of Pohnpei is ISO 3166-2:FM:PNI.
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11: Harmonic spectrum of PDPWM based 9-level RSRV-MLI for different even valued frequency modulation index
Theoretically, the basis function (atom) of (10) can be considered as the product of the negative exponential function and the sine frequency modulation signal.
However it is concerned with rather not method of computer calculation, but with frequency modulation speed on vibration table, which is minimal within low frequencies range.
Parameter setting: f = 10 MHz, the number of frequency modulation cycles is N = 1024, SNR = -5 dB, L1 = 16, L2 = 2, frequency modulation cycle T = 50 ms, and ionospheric phase contamination function is [phi](t) = [pi] x sin(2[pi] x 0.05f).
If frogs lack the muscular control of vocal folds stretching and stiffening observed in mammals, frequency modulation in frog calls would be restricted to that produced by pressure changes.
Because the solutions given by equations from (5) are complementary (i.e., the frequency modulation laws have the same form, but with opposite slopes), only one of these two solutions can be next used in the future calculations.
Micro-motion dynamics of an object or structures on the object may introduce additional time-varying frequency modulations on the radar echoes which are called micro-Doppler (m-D) effect [13,14].
As expressed in the introduction, these fluctuations can be described as a frequency modulation with a sinusoidal signal of large amplitude (e.g., [A.sub.p] ~ 250 MHz) and low frequency (e.g., [DELTA][f.sub.c] [less than or equal to] 35 KHz).
RFMD's extensive portfolio of CATV products includes SOT115J packaged amplifiers, MMICs, modules, frequency modulation components, and passive components.
Time Topic 9:00 Fourteenth meeting of the joint Arab Action Team for Frequency Modulation gets underway upon an invitation by the Telecom Organizing body at the Metropolitan hotel - Beirut 10:00 Escwa marks Solidarity Day with the Palestinian People in conjunction with the high commission for Human Rights at the UN main office - Riad Solh square, Downtown, to be followed by a lecture with deputy Bahia Hariri moderating 11:00 Press conference by the Human Rights Commission over Confronting Capital Punishment at the Human Rights' Commission main office - Starco Itinerant program for the Christian media Exhibition at St.
Focusing more on the physics than the mathematics (though equations are included throughout), McCune begins the volume with discussion of the impact of Shannon capacity and ways its impact can be modulated, an overview of common issues and signal characterization, and individual chapters on digital amplitude modulation, digital frequency modulation, and digital phase modulation.
It also factors in the stabilisation of the company's frequency modulation (FM) radio business, and the adequacy of the cash surplus from the newspaper division to cover the television division's operations over the medium term.

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