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Philippine Airlines Flight 434 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (650 words)
Philippine Airlines Flight 434 (PAL434, PR434) was the route designator of a flight from Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Metro Manila, Philippines, to New Tokyo International Airport (now Narita International Airport), Narita near Tokyo, Japan, with one stop at Mactan-Cebu International Airport, Cebu.
On December 11, 1994, the Boeing 747-283B on the route was on its second leg, from Cebu to Tokyo, when a bomb exploded, killing one passenger.
Today flight 434 no longer originates in Manila, but instead it is a Cebu-Tokyo flight and uses Airbus A330 aircraft rather than Boeing 747s.
434 Mhz Receiver - Infineon Technologies AG (328 words)
434 MHz, ASK / FSK Transmitter (-40°C to +125°C, PG-TSSOP 10) The TDK 5100F is a single chip ASK / FSK transmitter for the frequency band 433 - 435 MHz in a...
434 MHz, ASK /FSK Transmitter (40°C to +125°C, PG-TSSOP10) The TDK 5110 F is a single chip ASK/FSK transmitter for operation in the frequency band 433.
434 / 868 MHz, ASK / FSK Transmitter (-40 to +125°C) The TDK 5100 is a single chip ASK/ FSK transmitter for the frequency bands 433-435 and 868-870 MHz.
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