Letter Code

Some articles on code, letter code, letter, letter codes:

Country Codes: M
... China ISO 3166-1 numeric 446 ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 MAC ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 MO ICAO airport code prefix(es) VM E.164 code(s) +853 IOC country code — Country code top-level domain.mo ICAO ... prefix(es) B-M E.212 mobile country code(s) 455 NATO Three-letter code MAC NATO Two-letter code (obsolete) MC LOC MARC code(s) MH ITU Maritime ID(s) 453 ITU letter code(s) MAC FIPS ...
Vehicle Registration Plates Of Switzerland
... Swiss car number plates consist of a two letter code for the canton followed by up to 6 numerical digits ... For official vehicles, the two letter code is replaced by a one letter code, A, P or M, meaning respectively Federal Administration, Public Authorities (s ... There is also a 2 letter abbreviation for each canton ...
Application Classes For Ceramic Capacitors - Class 1 Ceramic Capacitors
... standard, ceramic class 1 capacitors will be coded with a three character code that indicates temperature coefficient ... Here, the first letter gives the significant figure of the change in capacitance over temperature (temperature coefficient α) in ppm/K ... The third letter gives the maximum tolerance from that in ppm/K ...
Ceramic Capacitor - Electrical Characteristics - Capacitance Standard Values and Tolerances
... For abbreviated marking in tight spaces, a letter code for each tolerance is specified in IEC/EN 60062 ... Tolerances of capacitors and their letter codes E series Tolerance CR > 10 pF Letter code CR < 10 pF Letter code E96 1% F 0.1 pF B E48 2% G 0.25 pF C E24 5% J 0.5 pF D E12 10% K 1 pF F E6 20% M 2 pF ...

Famous quotes containing the words code and/or letter:

    Wise Draco comes, deep in the midnight roll
    Of black artillery; he comes, though late;
    In code corroborating Calvin’s creed
    And cynic tyrannies of honest kings;
    He comes, nor parlies; and the Town, redeemed,
    Gives thanks devout; nor, being thankful, heeds
    The grimy slur on the Republic’s faith implied,
    Which holds that Man is naturally good,
    And—more—is Nature’s Roman, never to be
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)

    Most personal correspondence of today consists of letters the first half of which are given over to an indexed statement of why the writer hasn’t written before, followed by one paragraph of small talk, with the remainder devoted to reasons why it is imperative that the letter be brought to a close.
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)