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The Agreement explains the test and dimensioning procedures for multi-temperature equipment. It also provides a model for test reports and ATP certificates for such equipment, but not for renewal of certificates or the relevant tests for equipment in service, although that information is given for mono-temperature equipment. 3. (...) The Agreement explains the test and dimensioning procedures for multi- temperature equipment. It also provides a model for test reports and ATP certificates for such equipment, but makes no provision for the marking of the equipment. 35. (...) Example of classification of compartments Impact 41. The proposal provides a simple marking scheme for the control authority and customers who may wish to check the performance of equipment that is loading or delivering their goods. 42.
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Score: 1011917.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ECE/TRANS/WP.11/2013/11&Lang=E
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ADDENDUM 1 TO THE REPORT OF THE WORKING PARTY ON POLLUTION AND ENERGY (GRPE) ON ITS EIGHTY-SECOND SESSION
In accordance with the requirements of paragraph 6.4.4. of Annex 9A manufacturers are exempted from providing a statement of OBD in-use performance compliance. 13.2.2. (...) In accordance with the requirements of paragraph 6.4.4. of Annex 9A manufacturers are exempted from providing a statement of OBD in-use performance compliance. 13.2.3. (...) of Annex 9A; (g) The requirements of paragraph 6.4.1. of Annex 9A for providing a statement of OBD in-use performance compliance. 13.2.4.
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Score: 1011452 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...ANS/WP.29/GRPE/82/ADD.1&Lang=E
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MEASURES OF GAS CONSERVATION AND STUDY OF RESULTS : REPLY TO THE QUESTIONNAIRE / SUBMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF TURKEY
300 m3/a On the basis of appliances used for this purpose, provide a breakdown: - by instantaneous water heater, directly heated by gas, per household and per year 300 m3/a - by storage heater, directly heated by gas, per household and per year - - by instantaneous water heater combined with boiler for room heating, both directly heated with gas, per household and per year 320 m3/a - by storage heater heated with the circulation water of the central heating boiler 240 m3/a 5.
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Score: 1010992 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RGY/WP.3/GE.2/R.4/ADD.5&Lang=E
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REGULATION NO. 17, STRENGTH OF SEATS : ALIGNMENT TO GTR NO. 7, HEAD RESTRAINTS / SUBMITTED BY THE EXPERTS FROM THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION AND JAPAN
Front centre designated seating positions equipped with head restraints The top of a head restraint located in the front centre designated seating position shall have a height not less than 750 mm in any position of adjustment, except as provided for in paragraph 5.6.2.3. of this Regulation. 5.6.2.3. (...) When measured in accordance with Annex 1, the top of any head restraint designed to be provided in rear centre seats or seating positions shall be not less than 700 mm. 5.6.3. (...) The label shall either provide an indication when the head restraint is in a non-use position or provide information to enable an occupant to determine whether the head restraint is in a non-use position.
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Score: 1008552.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRSP/2009/7&Lang=E
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Introduction 1.1 Enhancing surveillance in oceanic airspace can provide improvements to air navigation services by reducing separation minima for optimum routing, depending on the communications and navigation services available in the airspace. 1.2 The FAA believes that space-based ADS-B (SBA) holds promise as an enhanced surveillance capability. 1.3 To date, the FAA has supported the development and maturation of the technology by developing proposed service performance requirements and by modifying oceanic automation to accept SBA data. 1.4 The FAA is now implementing a phased approach that will address technical, operational and safety issues related to a potential long-term investment in SBA. (...) ZMA offshore oceanic air traffic is monitored and controlled using instantaneous push-to-talk voice VHF/UHF communication and radar surveillance feeding ERAM. 2.3 ADS-B surveillance coverage in ZMA is limited to airspace that can be covered by ground stations located on the Florida peninsula and Puerto Rico.
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Score: 1007792 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...gs/2019/ANIWG5/ANIWG5-IP07.pdf
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For this purpose, inserting unique startcode at each slice can provide this functionality, as the current MPEG applications do so. (...) This is not a binding legal document; it is provided to JVT for information only, on a best effort, good faith basis. (...) In this case, the following information must be provided as part of this declaration: · patent registration/application number; · an indication of which portions of the Recommendation | Standard are affected. · a description of the patent claims covering the Recommendation | Standard; In the case of any box other than 2.0 above, please provide the following: Patent number(s)/status Inventor(s)/Assignee(s) Relevance to JVT Any other remarks: (please provide attachments if more space is needed) (form continues on next page) Third party patent information – fill in based on your best knowledge of relevant patents granted, pending, or planned by other people or by organizations other than your own.
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Score: 1007475.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...e/2002_05_Fairfax/JVT-C055.doc
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TECHNOLOGICAL AND ECOLOGICAL NORMS REQUIRED FOR THE DESIGN AND OPERATION OF GAS DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS : REPLIES TO THE QUESTIONNAIRE
ENERGY/WP.3/GE.5/2000/6/Add.1 page 5 Economic criteria applied in deciding whether to provide settlements with a piped natural-gas supply. (...) State standard GOST 19910-94. “Water heaters, instantaneous, gas, household. General specifications”. (...) Section 4.3.2 of the Regulations requires that gas combustion be checked and adjusted during servicing of instantaneous water heaters. The service engineer must also check that the pilot-burner flame is stable and is not extinguished when the main burner is lit or turned off.
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Score: 1007462.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../WP.3/GE.5/2000/6/ADD.1&Lang=E
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Microsoft PowerPoint - PPDR_20110705.ppt [Compatibility Mode] Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 1 Emergency Communications and Disaster Management Young Sam HONG Eng Director Motorola Solutions Korea ITU-T Workshop on Bridging the Standardization Gap and Interactive Training Session (Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 ) Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 2 ITU References for Emergency Communications and Disaster Management Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 3 ITU Reference for ECDM - 1 Resolution 646 of World Radiocommunication Conference (Geneva, 2003) “Public protection and disaster relief” urges Member States to facilitate use of telecommunications for the safety and security of the personnel of humanitarian organizations; ITU-R Recommendation F. 1105-2 lists several types of radio communications which are useful in disaster mitigation and relief operations; Tampere Convention on the Provision of Telecommunications Resources for Disaster Mitigation and Relief Operations (Tampere, 1998) calls on Member States to facilitate the provision of prompt telecommunication assistance to mitigate the impact of a disaster, and covers both the installation and operation of reliable, flexible telecommunication services; ITU-D SG2 Q.22's Final Report contains many findings that can be referred to when implementing satellite telecommunications for early warning and disaster relief; Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 4 Recommendation ITU-R S.1001-2 provides useful guidelines for the use of systems in the fixed-satellite service in the event of natural disasters and similar emergencies for warning and relief operations; Report ITU-R S.2151 provides references on the use and examples of systems in the fixed-satellite service in the event of natural disasters and similar emergencies for warning and relief operations; Recommendation ITU-R M 1854 provides useful guidelines on the use of Mobile Satellite Services (MSS) in disaster response and relief; Report ITU-R M. 2149 provides references on the use and examples of Mobile Satellite Service Systems for relief operations in the event of natural disasters and similar emergencies; ITU Reference for ECDM - 2 Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 5 Recommendation ITU-R BT 1774-1 provides useful guidelines on the use of Satellite and terrestrial broadcast infrastructures for public warning, disaster mitigation and relief; Recommendation 647 (WRC 07) provides spectrum management guidelines that can be referred to when considering emergency and disaster relief radiocommunication; Recommendation ITU-R M 1826 describes harmonized frequency channel plan for broadband public protection and disaster relief operations at 4 940-4 990 MHz in Regions 2 and 3; Recommendation ITU-R M. 1637 provides useful guidelines on global cross-border circulation of radiocommunication equipment in emergency and disaster relief situations; ITU Reference for ECDM - 3 Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 6 Recommendation ITU-R M. 1042 provides useful guidelines on disaster communications in the amateur and amateur- satellite services; Recommendation ITU-D 13 provides useful guidelines on effective utilisation of the amateur services in disaster mitigation and relief operations; Report ITU-R M.2033 provides references on the radio communications objectives and requirements for public protection and disaster relief; Resolution 644 (Rev. WRC-07) urges the study and work on utilizing radiocommunication resources for early warning disaster mitigation and relief operations REPORT ITU-R M.2014 provides the technical and operational characteristics for spectrum efficient digital dispatch systems and also provides details of systems being introduced throughout the world. ITU Reference for ECDM - 4 Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 7 REPORT ITU-R M.2033 Radiocommunication objectives and requirements for PPDR Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 8 Radio Operating Environments for PPDR Day-to-day operations Large emergency and/or public events Disasters Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 9 Narrowband Voice - Person-to-person, One-to-many, Talk-around/direct mode operation, PTT, Instantaneous access, Security Facsimile Messages - Person-to-person, One-to-many (broadcasting) Security - Priority/instantaneous access Telemetry - Location status, Sensory data Database interaction (minimal record size) Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 10 Wideband Messages Data Talk-around/direct mode operation Database interaction (medium record size) Text file transfer Image transfer Telemetry - Location status and sensory data Security - Priority access Video - Download/upload compressed video Interactive - Location determination Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 11 Broadband Database access Robotics control Video - Video streaming, live video feed Imagery - High resolution imagery Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 12 Report ITU-R M.2014 Spectrumefficient Digital Land Mobile System for Dispatch Traffic Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 13 TETRA Standardized by ETSI For emergency services as well as commercial services 4:1 TDMA 25KHz for NB, while 25/50/100/150Khz for WB ∏/4 DQPSK for V+D, 4/16/64 QAM for WB ACELP coding algorithm for speech codec Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 14 Project 25 Standardized by Project 25, a combined effort of US local APCO, state NASTD and federal government users; in collaboration with the TIA Primarily for public safety and governmental operations 12.5KHz carrier and 2:1 TDMA IMBE coding algorithm for speech codec Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 15 IDRA Standardized by ARIB For emergency services but also for commercial and industrial organizations 25KHz carrier and 6:1 TDMA M16QAM(M=4) modulation Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 16 iDEN The iDEN system is one of the methods being used in North America 25KHz carrier and 6:1 TDMA M16QAM(M=4) VSELP coding algorithm for speech codec Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 17 TETRAPOL Standardized by TETRAPOL Forum and the TETRAPOL users’ club Primarily for the public safety sector but also for other PMR networks 12.5-10KHz or 6.25KHz carrier GMSK modulation RPCELP coding algorithm for speech codec Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 18 EDACS Standardized by TIA For public safety, industry, utility and commercial users 25 or 12.5Khz carrier GFSK modulation AME coding algorithm for speech codec Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 19 FHMA This FHMA system has been developed in Israel Primarily for PAMR market but also for commercial users 25KHz carrier ∏/4 SQPSK modulation IMBE/AMBE coding algorithm for speech codec Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 20 POPULARITY OF LAND MOBILE SYSTEMS IN KOREA Nadi, Fiji, 4 – 6 July 2011 21 Popularity of Land Mobile Systems in Korea TETRA GRN for police, fire, ambulance and etc.
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Score: 1007072.7 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/4D/T064D0000020053PDFE.pdf
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An ARQ scheme has been applied to provide an error-protected stream of data, such that a peak bitrate of about 115kbits/s is attainable. The GPRS simulations have been provided by Thomas Stockhammer from Munich Technical University. (...) This gain is mainly due to the ability of the QS-coder to provide an increase in quality with respect to the BL as long as the instantaneous bitrate is above the BL bitrate (cf.
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Score: 1003519.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...video-site/0008_Por/q15k10.doc
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STATUS REPORT OF THE ANNUAL INVENTORY OF FRANCE
The report reflects the content of the inventory submission as submitted by the Party, which, in accordance with decision 24/CP.19, is due by 15 April each year (dates of submission are provided in the table on p.2). 3. In accordance with decision 24/CP.19, Parties report aggregate emissions and removals in carbon dioxide equivalent using the global warming potential values from the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change over a 100- year time-horizon. 4. (...) FCCC/ASR/2022/FRA 6 Part IV Provision of selected information in the CRF tables D ir ec t G H G t o ta ls a Gas CO2 CH4 N2O HFCs PFCs HFC/PFC mix SF6 NF3 Provided for years 1990– 2020 1990– 2020 1990– 2020 1990– 2020 1990– 2020 1990– 2020 1990– 2020 1990– 2020 In d ir e ct C O 2 Sector Energy IPPU Agriculture LULUCF Waste Other Provided for years 1990–2020 1990–2020 1990–2020 1990–2020 1990–2020 1990–2020 E n er g y C O 2 b Comparison of estimated CO2 emissions from fuel combustionb Reference approach Sectoral approach Difference in estimate between reference and sectoral approach more than 2%   Liquid Solid  Gaseous In te rn a ti o n a l b u n ke rs Bunker type Aviation Navigation Provided for years 1990–2020 1990–2020 H F C s a n d P F C sb , c Disaggregation by species HFCs PFCs   a Considered provided if the total for a given gas is a numerical value or a notation key other than “NE”. b A tick indicates that the information was provided. c Assessment based on information reported for the latest inventory year.
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Score: 1003241.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=FCCC/ASR/2022/FRA&Lang=E
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