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    • V. 32 and V. 33 modem model and analysis 

      Pisula, Joseph John (Virginia Tech, 1992)
      Over the past ten years, modem technology has evolved to reliably handle 9.6 kbps on general switched telephone networks (GSTN's) and 14.4 kbps on special quality leased circuits largely due to the maturation of Trellis ...
    • V.P.I. Radio talk – The Electric Fence 

      Swink, E.T. (1937)
      Text of radio program on electric fencing.
    • V^2 power converter control with capacitor current ramp compensation 

      Electrical and Computer Engineering; Center for Power Electronics Systems; Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties, Inc.; Liu, Pei-Hsin; Lee, Fred C.; Yan, Yingyi (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2017-03-21)
      Operation of a switching power converter having an output capacitor having a small equivalent series resistance (ESR) is stabilized and jitter reduced by sensing capacitor current with gain and combining the resulting ...
    • VA Tech services for students with disabilities and research collaboration 

      Hudson, Robyn (2012-10-12)
      Robyn Hudson, Assistant Director at the Virginia Tech office of Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) describes issues for Virginia Tech students with autism spectrum disorders, and available services for those ...
    • VA-C 92R : a new high-yielding peanut variety 

      Mozingo, R. Walton; Wynne, Johnny C.; Porter, D. Morris; Coffelt, T. A.; Isleib, Thomas G. (Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1993-01)
      V A-C 92R is a new, high-yielding, large-seeded, virginia-type peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) variety released in 1992 jointly by the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service, ...
    • VA-MD Vet Med News, December 2021 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2021-12)
      This is the official digital newsletter of the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. This issue contains a retrospective of the College’s activities in 2021.
    • Va. 331 A fire-cured variety with black shank resistance 

      Henderson, Robert G.; Sears, R.D.; Spasoff, Luben (Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1964-10)
      Until recently no fire cured tobacco was available with black shank resistance. The need for such a variety is so acute that Va. 331 will be released at this time.
    • Vacancy and access to food: Spatially addressing food insecurity in urban Appalachia 

      Bohannon, Cermetrius Lynell; Henry, Nikolus (A|Z ITU Journal of the Faculty of Architecture, 2016-11)
      This study examines food deserts in Roanoke, Virginia in the United States and explores ways to address food insecurity by utilizing vacant lots. In the State of Virginia, there are 200 food desert census tracts. Twenty-nine ...
    • Vacation queues with Markov schedules 

      Wortman, M. A. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1988)
      Vacation systems represent an important class of queueing models having application in both computer communication systems and integrated manufacturing systems. By specifying an appropriate server scheduling discipline, ...
    • Vaccinated Travelers Shouldn't Need a COVID-19 Test to Enter the U.S., Says ASTA 

      Weismann, Emma (Travel Age West, 2022-02-01)
      The American Society of Travel Advisors (ASTA) has written a letter to The White House stating that travelers who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 should not have to provide proof on a negative test for the virus.
    • Vaccination clinic for Virginia Tech students, faculty, and staff planned for Dec. 2 

      Owczarski, Mark (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2009-11-30)
      A vaccination clinic for Virginia Tech students, faculty, and staff has been planned for Dec. 2 in McComas Gymnasium from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.*
    • Vaccination in the News: Newspaper Coverage 1915-22 

      Ghebremichael, Mecal (Virginia Tech, 2012)
      The newspapers I focused my research on are: Bisbee Daily (Bisbee, Arizona), The Evening Herald (Klamath Falls, Oregon), The Evening World (New York, New York), The Washington Herald (Washington, D.C.), The Commoner (Lincoln, ...
    • Vaccination of Elk (Cervus canadensis) with Brucella abortus Strain RB51 Overexpressing Superoxide Dismutase and Glycosyltransferase Genes Does Not Induce Adequate Protection against Experimental Brucella abortus Challenge 

      Nol, Pauline; Olsen, Steven C.; Rhyan, Jack C.; Sriranganathan, Nammalwar; McCollum, Matthew P.; Hennager, Steven G.; Pavuk, Alana A.; Sprino, Phillip J.; Boyle, Stephen M.; Berrier, Randall J.; Salman, Mo D. (Frontiers, 2016-02-10)
      In recent years, elk (Cervus canadensis) have been implicated as the source of Brucella abortus infection for numerous cattle herds in the Greater Yellowstone Area. In the face of environmental and ecological changes on ...
    • Vaccination of mice with Neospora caninum: Response to oral challenge with Toxoplasma gondii oocysts 

      Lindsay, David S.; Lenz, S. D.; Dykstra, C. C.; Blagburn, B. L.; Dubey, Jitender P. (American Society of Parasitology, 1998-04)
      Neospora caninum is a protozoan parasite that can cause severe disease in mammals. Two experiments were conducted to examine the effects of subcutaneous (s.c.) vaccination with Hank's balanced salt solution (HBSS), 1 x ...
    • Vaccination on the Internet: A Qualitative Analysis of Website Discourses 

      Cashion, Margaret; Lucchesi, Nicholas; Patel, Kelsey; Roberts, Jonathan (Virginia Tech, 2014)
      US parents searching the Internet to inform themselves about childhood vaccination commonly encounter conflicting information. Typically, government agencies and medical organizations sponsor websites promoting vacccination, ...
    • Vaccination Persuasion Online: A Qualitative Study of two Provaccine and two Vaccine Skeptical Websites 

      Grant, Leonard Francis III; Hausman, Bernice L.; Cashion, Margaret; Lucchesi, Nicholas; Patel, Kelsey; Roberts, Jonathan (Journal of Medical Internet Research, 2015)
      Current concerns about vaccination resistance often cite the Internet as a source of vaccine controversy. Most academic studies of vaccine resistance online use quantitative methods to describe misinformation on vaccine-skeptical ...
    • Vaccination Reporting in Mother Jones 

      Orndorff, Travertine (Virginia Tech, 2015-05)
      This case study will analyze how Mother Jones’s social and political investments shape the magazine’s reporting on vaccination issues. Mother Jones’s approach to medical issues, such as vaccination, cannot be readily ...
    • Vaccination Schedules [annotated bibliography] 

      Wallen, Andria (Virginia Tech, 2010)
    • Vaccination trials for Newcastle Disease virus: Impacts on poultry production and bushmeat consumption 

      Travis, A. (2008)
      A recent work from LTR-2, this presentation examines the human and animal health interface through a study that demonstrates whether Newcastle disease vaccinations may have poultry and human health benefits. It is further ...
    • Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System 

      Peddireddy, Varsh (VT Continuing and Professional Education, 2013-10)
      The primary purpose of VAERS is to detect new, unusual, or rare adverse effects associated with vaccines. In particular, the system is used to monitor increases in known adverse events, to identify potential risks factors ...