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Spacecraft launched by Soyuz-2 rockets

                                               

Spacecraft launched by Soyuz-FG rockets

                                               

Spacecraft launched by Soyuz-U rockets

                                               

EMI TG12345

The EMI TG12345 was the first solid state mixing console was developed by EMI for the Abbey road studios. It was twenty-four MIC inputs and eight outputs tape, a significant improvement compared with eight microphone inputs and four output tape o ...

                                               

Neve 8048

On the Neve 8048 is a mixing console designed by Neve electronics, which has 1081 MIC pre and EQ and 2254 limiter / compressor. It was used by artists such as 3 doors down, Alice in chains, cat power, death cab for Cutie, mother Love bone, and Te ...

                                               

Quadraphonic FM

                                               

Multi-stage continuous integration

Multi-stage continuous integration is a method of software development that are designed to achieve highly integrated parallel activities in the field of development while reducing integration problems.

                                               

Probo

Probo is an automated testing tool users that provides continuous integration, workflow and quality assurance using the same tool for project managers and developers. Probo extends the functionality of automated testing many other Di tools by pro ...

                                               

Semaphore (software)

A semaphore is a continuous integration and deployment of services used for testing and deployment of software projects hosted on GitHub and Bitbucket. While the projects open source could use a semaphore for free in full, free to use for persona ...

                                               

Software that uses Meson

                                               

Bliss-Leavitt Mark 1 torpedo

Bliss-Leavitt mark 1 torpedo was a bliss-Leavitt torpedo adopted by the United States Navy for use against surface ship role after the E. V. bliss company, Brooklyn, new York, which was the home of the Whitehead torpedoes for the U.S. Navy, began ...

                                               

Bliss-Leavitt Mark 2 torpedo

Bliss-Leavitt mark 2 torpedo was a bliss-Leavitt torpedo adopted by the United States Navy for use against surface ship role after the E. V. bliss company, Brooklyn, new York, which was the home of the Whitehead torpedoes for the U.S. Navy, began ...

                                               

Bliss-Leavitt Mark 3 torpedo

Bliss-Leavitt mark 3 was very similar to the bliss-Leavitt mark 2 torpedo. The main difference was more in the range 4000 yards. About 200 Grade 3S were produced for the US Navy. Bliss-Leavitt mark 3 was launched from ships, torpedo boats and cru ...

                                               

Bliss-Leavitt Mark 4 torpedo

Bliss-Leavitt mark 4 torpedo was a bliss-Leavitt torpedo developed and manufactured by the E. W. bliss company in 1908. He was the first American torpedo specifically designed for launch from a submarine. About 100 mark 4S were purchased for expe ...

                                               

Bliss-Leavitt Mark 6 torpedo

Bliss-Leavitt mark 6 torpedo was a bliss-Leavitt torpedo developed and manufactured by the E. W. bliss company in 1911. He hired the main engine horizontal shaft, not vertical turbines used on all the other bliss-Leavitt torpedoes. Mark the depth ...

                                               

Bliss-Leavitt torpedo

Bliss-Leavitt torpedo was a torpedo designed by Frank McDowell Leavitt and manufactured by the company E. W. bliss of Brooklyn, new York. She was adopted by the United States Navy in 1904, and design options remain in his inventory until the end ...

                                               

Boeing Echo Voyager

                                               

Howell torpedo

The Howell automobile torpedo was the first self-propelled torpedo made in quantity from the United States Navy, which referred to it as the Howell mark I torpedo. It was conceived by Lieutenant commander John A. Howell, of the Navy of the United ...

                                               

Mark 17 torpedo

The mark 17 torpedo was long distance, high-speed torpedo developed by the naval torpedo station in Newport, Rhode island and the naval research laboratory in 1940. The efforts of the development on the mark 17 was discontinued in 1941 in favor o ...

                                               

Mark 19 torpedo

The mark 19 torpedo was an electric torpedo designed in 1942 by Westinghouse electric for the development of the mark 18 torpedo. The goal was to build a "torpedo" that included all-electric control, pneumatic control. Its gyroscope and depth con ...

                                               

Mark 20 torpedo

The mark 20 torpedo designed in 1943 but never used for service. The design was at the naval station Newport torpedo, electric storage battery company and General electric. This project was a continuation of the development, submarine-launched, a ...

                                               

Mark 21 Mod 2 torpedo

Mark 21 mod 2 torpedo was a passive acoustic homing variant of the mark 13 torpedo. He used the widely used Mark 13 torpedo as the basis, with the addition of a passive acoustic homing, developed by bell Labs. The propulsion system was included i ...

                                               

Mark 21 Mod 0 torpedo

The mark 21 torpedo, designated mark 21 mod 0 was a passive acoustic homing torpedo designed in 1943 by Westinghouse electric Corporation. Marc 21 has successfully passed running tests in 1943, however, due to the difficulties faced by Westinghou ...

                                               

Mark 22 torpedo

The mark 22 torpedo was an active acoustic homing torpedo developed by bell telephone laboratories and Westinghouse electric 1944. The development of the "torpedo" was discontinued at the end of the Second world war.

                                               

Mark 23 torpedo

The mark 23 torpedo was a submarine-launched against surface ship torpedo designed and built by the naval torpedo station for the Navy of the United States in world war II. Essentially, it was the mark 14 torpedo, modified by removing its low-spe ...

                                               

Mark 25 torpedo

The mark 25 torpedo was an aircraft-launched anti-surface ship torpedo designed by the division of war research at Columbia University in 1943 as a replacement for the Mark 13 torpedo. It was designed for higher speed, greater strength and ease o ...

                                               

Mark 26 torpedo

Mark 26 torpedo was launched from submarines against surface ship torpedo designed by Westinghouse Electric in 1944 as an improved version of the mark 28 torpedo. Mark 26 was the first to use bell telephone laboratories marine batteries, an explo ...

                                               

Mark 28 torpedo

The mark 28 torpedo was a submarine-launched, acoustic homing torpedo designed by Westinghouse Electric in 1944 for the Navy of the United States. The torpedo uses an all-electric control. Use the mark 28 was over after the introduction of the ma ...

                                               

Mark 29 torpedo

The mark 29 torpedo was a submarine-launched acoustic torpedo designed by Westinghouse Electric in 1945 for the US Navy. He used the same acoustic system as the mark 28 torpedo bombers, but was faster, operated at different depths, external depth ...

                                               

Mark 30 torpedo mine

The mark 30 mine was an aircraft-launched, antisubmarine torpedo developed by the brush development during the Second world war. It was designed as a backup for Mark 24 mine due to concerns about the level 24S acoustic helm. Three prototypes of t ...

                                               

Mark 31 torpedo

The mark 31 torpedo was a destroyer-started acoustic torpedo, developed at Harvard and the universities of Pennsylvania during the Second world war. Modification of the mark 18 electric torpedo, it was conceived as a temporary weapon that can be ...

                                               

Mark 32 torpedo

The mark 32 torpedo was the first active acoustic antisubmarine homing torpedoes in service with the U.S. Navy. The mark 32 was withdrawn from service with the introduction of the mark 43 torpedo. Ten were manufactured by Leeds and Northrup, Phil ...

                                               

Mark 33 torpedo

The mark 33 torpedo was the first passive acoustic antisurface ship / antisubmarine homing torpedo intended for the United States Navy used cast aluminum housing. It featured two speeds – high and low, and was designed to be launched from submari ...

                                               

Mark 36 torpedo

Sign 36 "torpedo" was launched from submarines against surface ships "torpedo", developed by "General electric" and the naval torpedo station in 1946. Further development of the mark 36 was terminated in connection with the development of the mar ...

                                               

Mark 39 torpedo

Mark 39 torpedo was the first homing torpedoes in service of the Navy of the United States to use a trailing wire for the front running through the control system submarines fire. Mark 39 mark 27 mod 4 torpedo converted for development of methods ...

                                               

Whitehead Mark 1 torpedo

The Whitehead mark 1 torpedo was the first Whitehead torpedo adopted by the United States Navy for use in anti-surface ship role after the E. W. bliss company Brooklyn, new York secured manufacturing rights in 1892. The U.S. Navy made the initial ...

                                               

Whitehead Mark 1B torpedo

Milium mark 1B torpedo, designated as torpedo type B was a variant of the Whitehead mark 1 torpedo adopted by the United States Navy for use against surface ship role after the E. V. bliss company, Brooklyn, new York secured manufacturing rights ...

                                               

Whitehead Mark 2C torpedo

In Whitehead mark 2S "torpedo", and place the type of torpedo was a Whitehead torpedo adopted by the United States Navy for use in anti-ship ground after the E. W. bliss company Brooklyn, new York secured manufacturing rights in 1892. It was prob ...

                                               

Whitehead Mark 2 torpedo

The Whitehead mark 2 torpedo was a Whitehead torpedo adopted by the United States Navy for use in anti-surface ship role after the E. W. bliss company Brooklyn, new York secured manufacturing rights in 1892. It was identical to the Whitehead mark ...

                                               

Whitehead Mark 3 torpedo

The Whitehead mark 3 torpedo was a Whitehead torpedo adopted by the United States Navy for use in anti-ship ground after the E. W. bliss company Brooklyn, new York secured manufacturing rights in 1892. The main difference between the mark 3 and p ...

                                               

Whitehead Mark 5 torpedo

In Whitehead mark 5 torpedo was a Whitehead torpedo adopted by the United States Navy for use in anti-surface role of the ship in 1910. Mark 5 was the first torpedo for the production of a foreign company, enterprise Whitehead in the United Kingd ...

                                               

Whitehead torpedo

Milium torpedo was the first self-propelled or "locomotive" torpedo ever developed. It was perfected in 1866 by Robert Whitehead from a design conceived by Giovanni luppis, which the Austro-Hungarian Navy. It was due to three cylinders of compres ...

                                               

Astra (software)

Astra is a professional program for the organization of digital broadcasting for television operators and broadcasters, Internet service providers, hotels, etc. Astra stands for "advanced streaming applications". Astra supports a variety of proto ...

                                               

ARQ-E

ARQ-E is the way radio is used for data transmission on short wave. ARQ-E is a full duplex synchronous data transfer system requests repeats when data is not received correctly. It uses the alphabet, which can detect errors. Another name for this ...

                                               

Binary offset carrier modulation

Binary offset carrier modulation was developed by John Betz, PhD, in order to ensure compatibility of satellite navigation systems. It is currently used in the U.S. GPS system, the Indian IRNSS system, and Galileo and is a square subcarrier modul ...

                                               

Cyclic prefix

In telecommunications, the term cyclic prefix refers to the prefix symbol with repetition in the end. The receiver is typically configured to refuse samples of the cyclic prefix, but the cyclic prefix serves two purposes: He repeats the end of th ...

                                               

Guard interval

In connection with the interval of protection are used to ensure that the different transmissions do not interfere with each other, or otherwise cause overlapping transmissions. These transmissions may belong to different users or one user. The p ...

                                               

Higher-order modulation

Higher order modulation a digital modulation as a rule, when ordering 4 or above. Examples: quadrature phase-shift keying, and Mary quadrature amplitude modulation.

                                               

Isochronous burst transmission

Isochronous transfer data transfer method. In a data network where the information-bearer channel bandwidth is higher than the input baud rate alarm, transfer is carried out while, at controlled intervals, the stream of transmitted data. Note 1: ...

                                               

MDC-1200

MDK, also known as stat alert MDC-1200 and MDC-600, is a Motorola two way radio low-speed data system using audio frequency manipulation. MDC-600 uses a 600 BAUD transmission speed. MDC-1200 uses a 1.200 BAUD data transfer rate. Systems use one o ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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