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  • Via Montenapoleone — is an elegant street in Milan, Italy, famous for fashion and jewelry shops. It is the most important street of the Milan Fashion District in it|Quadrilatero della moda where many well known fashion designers have their high end boutiques and… …   Wikipedia

  • DMX512-A — is an EIA 485 based communications protocol that is most commonly used to control stage lighting and effects.Developed by the Engineering Commission of USITT, the standard started in 1986, with subsequent revisions in 1990 leading to USITT… …   Wikipedia

  • Voltage multiplier — Villard cascade voltage multiplier. A voltage multiplier is an electrical circuit that converts AC electrical power from a lower voltage to a higher DC voltage, typically by means of a network of capacitors and diodes. Voltage multipliers can be… …   Wikipedia