LO - Science and Technology

Science and Technology

  • Local oscillator in a superheterodyne receiver
  • LOT Polish Airlines IATA code
  • Lo, an obsolete genus of rabbitfishes, now included in Siganus
  • Lao language ISO 639 alpha-2 short code
  • "Lo", the first message to travel across ARPAnet, later to become the internet

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