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AM

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for ARMENIA.

AM

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Armenia. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Armenian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Armenia. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Armenia. Each Armenian region and the city of Yerevan have their own codes with the prefix "AM." For example, the code for the Province of Ararat is ISO 3166-2:AM-AR.
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The addition of CLM on the diode wavelengths allows dual mode modulation and low periodic noise and micro-USB communication features.
This characteristic is of great benefit to the reconfiguration of the modulation strategy, as follows
The concept of modulation was introduced by Simondon in his principle thesis L'individuation a la lumiere des notions de forme et d'information (Individuation Considered in the Light of the Notions of Form and Information) in order to resist the idea of moulding, which has been central to Western ideas of the relationship between form and materiality at least since Aristotle.
After extracting the right set of features they are fed into artificial neural networks (ANN) for classification and the order of modulation [7].
This modulation technique and its switching signal generation are depicted in Fig.
To further study the modulation properties of TvPCs, we introduce a diagram named "modulation spectra", which can simultaneously display the frequency responses and modulation properties, as shown in Fig.
Conclusion: FR may be used as an efficient adjunct to the therapeutic regimen to increase the vagal modulation and decrease blood pressure in both healthy people and CAD patients.
The new compromise of the Presidency therefore abandons the idea - disapproved by a number of member states - of establishing a link between a possible increase in the obligatory modulation and a corresponding reduction in the voluntary modulation, which to a certain extent would be equivalent to prejudging the outcome of the health check of the Common Agricultural Policy scheduled for 2008.
The amount of feedback in the denominator of Equation 1 is compensated by the modulation block D.
Under the relevant regulations, receipts from modulation must be spent by the end of the third year following that in which they are modulated.
NIST scientists in Boulder, in collaboration with he Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), have developed an improved modulation method for laser-cooled atomic clocks, providing for a high level of immunity to vibrations and substantial reduction of a number of systematic frequency shifts that can affect these clocks.