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| About 452,000 results - books.google.comBrendan Phibbs - 2006 - 294 pages
The simplest way to find whether a Q or an inverted T in III means anything is to look at**aVF**. If you don't see these deflections in**aVF**, forget them. They're a normal variant that appears only in lead III.Why only in lead III? Think about how leads ... - books.google.comMauricio Arregoces, Maurizio Portolani - 2003 - 1064 pages
The MAC address in GLBP is O007.b4{group, **AVF**}, where the last 24 bits are divided as follows: 6 empty bits, 10 bits for the group number, and 8 bits for the VF number. If one interface is configured with two GLBP groups, 1 and 2, the MAC ... - books.google.comKathryn Monica Lewis, Kathleen A. Handal - 2000 - 241 pages
aVL **aVF**Right +**aVF**(A) -**aVF**Right +**aVF**(B) Figure 4-8 In View A, lead I is positive; the first arrow should be drawn toward the positive electrode in the lead- Next, lead**aVF**is perpendicular to lead I and the QRS in lead**aVF**is positive, so. - books.google.comSir David Gill, Sydney Samuel Hough - 1914
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To allow for a fair comparison of their noise performance we will look at F for ZIN= RS and given gain**AVF**=VOUT/VIN versus: The (normalised) transconductance gm2·RS of the device mainly determining F. Power consumption. - books.google.comXiaodong Li - 2008 - 84 pages
At the end of each estimation interval, it predicts the **AVF**of the next interval to be equal to the**AVF**of the past interval which is estimated using our scheme. The underlying assumption behind this simple prediction is that the**AVF**behavior ...
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