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Possible Answers: PACE, GAIT.
Last seen on: –NY Times Crossword 14 Apr 20, Tuesday
Random information on the term “PACE”:
P. A. College of Engineering (P.A.C.E.) is an engineering college located in Karnataka, India. It is situated at Konaje, 25 km from Mangalore. P.A.C.E. was founded in 1999 by the Kerala-based businessman Dr. P.A. Ibrahim. Approximately 1,450 engineering students graduate each year.
The main building on the 60-acre campus was designed by Upalker Sadekar architects of Mumbai. The college was established with a sanctioned intake of 240 students per academic year; 60 students in each of four disciplines: Electronics and Communication, Telecommunications, Computer Science, and Information Science. Since then, three additional disciplines have been added – Mechanical Engineering, Biotechnology, and Civil Engineering. With these additions, the student intake per academic year doubled to 480 students.
The Electronics and Communication, Biotechnology, Chemistry and Computer Science departments each have dedicated research centers.
The trust continued its venture of establishing and running successful educational institutions. A Pre-University College was opened in the academic year 2005-06 with Science & Commerce streams having a combined student strength of 350. One of the factors of establishing this college was to have a feeder institution to the already established institution.
Random information on the term “GAIT”:
Dual mode mobiles refer to mobile phones that are compatible with more than one form of data transmission or network.
A dual-mode phone is a telephone which uses more than one technique for sending and receiving voice and data. This could be for wireless mobile phones or for wired phones.
There are three types of dual mode phones.
Mobile phones containing two types of cellular radios for voice and data. These phones include combination of GSM and CDMA technology. They can be used as a GSM or CDMA phone according to the user’s preference. These handsets are also called global phones. A good example of this is the Samsung SCH-A790.
These dual mode handsets are compatible with both GSM and CDMA networks and are essentially 2 phones in one device.
Such phones make sense in those countries that have both GSM & CDMA networks or international CDMA roamers who want to keep a single handset with 2 numbers on it.
Most dual mode handsets require two identifying cards (one SIM and one RUIM), though some recent dual-mode phones (for example, the iPhone 4S) only require one SIM and one ESN. Not all dual SIM handsets are dual mode (for example dual SIM GSM phones).