Synonyms for aisg or Related words with aisg

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Examples of "aisg"
The Antenna Interface Standards Group (commonly referred to as AISG) is a non-profit international consortium formed by collaboration between communication infrastructure manufacturers and network operators with the purpose of maintaining and developing a standard for digital remote control and monitoring of antenna line devices in the wireless industry. The consortium was established in November 2001 with five original members, and as of June 2010 had 35 worldwide members based in North America, Asia, Europe, and the South Pacific. The consortium has released two versions of its standard, "AISG v1.1" and "AISG v2.0", as well as two extension specifications, "AISG ES-RAS v2.1.0" and "AISG ES-RAB v2.1.0" and is currently working on several additional extensions specifications.
Artistic License (Literary Magazine) publishes poetry, prose, and artwork by members of the AISG community. It is published annually.
This modulated data will be transmitted over existing RF feeder to antenna. All AISG compliant devices should have a modem to interface to RF cable.
AISG fields sports a large number of teams at the High School and Middle School level. Some of the sports that many students participate competitively in are volleyball, basketball, soccer, tennis and badminton, in which they play against other International Schools and Chinese Universities in the region. AISG has recently been invited to join APAC, the Asia Pacific Activities Conference. This allows the students to compete against the top International Schools from China, Japan, South Korea and the Philippines. APAC also includes activities such as Drama, Forensics and Debate, Orchestra and Band. AISG has withdrawn from ACAMIS for the high school teams since it is member of APAC. The middle school has become member of the Southern Delta Region Conference (SDRC), which provides opportunities to play other international schools.
In August 2002, AISG moved to a new purpose-built facility on Ersha Island, and in 2004 received permission from the IBO to offer the Primary Years Program. Grades K-12 were all housed at the Ersha Campus until 2007, when the Middle School and High School divisions moved to a new purpose-built campus located at Science Park, a district in eastern Guangzhou. AISG’s Early Childhood Center, which teaches preschool students from age 3, was also added to the Ersha campus site at this time. AISG celebrated its 35th anniversary during the SY 2016-17 honoring its heritage and inspiring bright futures.
Club involvement is considered an integral aspect of the educational experience at the American International School of Guangzhou. As of the 2014-15 school year, AISG has many clubs to join, with an especially strong focus in community service. Some clubs include:
The Universal College in Aley, Lebanon (UCA) joined the fold in 2000, with ESOL restoring its war-damaged campus and reopening the historic school for the first time since the Lebanese Civil War had forced its closure in 1982. Around the same time, ESOL participated in the establishment of the American International School in Gaza (AISG).
AISG is based on RS485 communication bus, which is a multi device bus. ALDs (Antenna Line Devices) such as CNI (Control Network Interface), TMAs (Tower Mounted Amplifiers), ACU (Antenna Control Unit), Antenna Tilt control devices can be connected in star or daisy chain.
American International School of Guangzhou (AISG) is an American international school in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China. The elementary school campus is on Ersha Island in Yuexiu District while the middle and high school campus is in Science Park, Huangpu District (formerly Luogang District).
Custer Battles also alleged that Isakson and Baldwin conspired to start a new company, American Iraqi Solutions Group (AISG) and stole away Custer Battles clients. This case was eventually moved from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia to the United States District Court for the Southern District of Alabama. Before going to trial, a settlement was reached and Custer Battles dismissed the charges. The amount of money paid by DRC, Isakson and Baldwin has been kept confidential.
The school was founded in 1981 to educate the children of the staff of the American Consulate. It was then based in the Dong Fang Hotel. Students of other nationalities were later admitted and the school relocated to the Garden Hotel in 1985. In 1987 the school received accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges to teach Kindergarten to Grade 8. In 1994 AISG moved into a purpose-built school in the Greenery, a housing estate in the Tianhe District.
The High School (Grades 9 through 12) was added and accredited during SY1996-97, and three students formed the first graduating class in 1998. Also in 1998, ASG was reorganized legally as a non-profit corporation in the U.S.A., which then contracted with the school entity registered in China, for the provision of educational services. As part of this process, the school changed its name to the American International School of Guangzhou and gained official recognition by the People’s Republic of China as a school serving expatriate children. In 2001, AISG received authorization from the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) to offer the IB Diploma Programme.
Salah went to school in Spain, Argentina and Italy before entering the University of Geneva where he graduated in political philosophy. He received his Ph.D. in Paris with a thesis on Italian Jewish Literature in the 18th century. He immigrated to Israel in 1991. He teaches at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem since 1998 and at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem from 1998 to 2005 and since 2008. He is a member of the ASSEI (Israeli Historical Association of Italian Jewish Studies), of the AISG (Associazione Italiana per lo Studio del Giudaismo) and of the AIS (Association of Israel Studies). He has been the president of the Swiss Union of Jewish Students (UEJS) from 1988 to 1990, MP of the European Union of Jewish Students, researcher for the Israel Democracy Institute, from 1997 to 1999 and he is presently vice-president of the Dante Alighieri Society in Jerusalem.
AISG is a member of the Asia Pacific Activities Conference. Participating international schools include International School of Beijing (ISB), Western Academy of Beijing (WAB), Concordia International School Shanghai (CISS), Shanghai American School - Puxi (SAS-PX), Shanghai American School - Pudong (SAS-PD), Hong Kong International School (HKIS), Brent International School (BISM), Taejon Christian International School (TCIS), Canadian Academy (CA), Seoul Foreign School (SFS) and United Nations International School of Hanoi. APAC sponsors many athletic and fine/performing arts events throughout the school year. For each event, competitive high school students from all participating schools travel to a designated school for the year's event, housed by volunteer families of the host school and competing as well as enjoying the culture of their destination. The APAC athletics activities are Basketball, Volleyball, Football, Badminton, Tennis, Swimming and can include others such as Baseball, Cross-country, Rugby etc. The arts is represented by Band, Choir, Drama, Forensics and Orchestra.