Definitions for "LBA"
Keywords:  bios, chs, ogical, logical, ddressing
Linear Block Array.
LBA is a newer (for ATA it is newer) form of hard disk addressing which is a linear sector addressing scheme i.e., 0,1,2,3,4,5... as compared to CHS. LBA = (C * Number_of_Heads + H) * Sectors_per_Track) + S - 1 where C, H, and S are the CHS values of the desired address.
( ogical lock ddressing) - A method used with SCSI and IDE drives to translate the cylinder, head and sector specifications of the drive to those usable by an enhanced BIOS. LBA is used with drives that are larger than 528MB and causes the BIOS to translate the drives logical parameters to those usable by the system BIOS.
arge Scale iosphere- tmosphere Experiment in Amazonia LBA is an international field program designed to further understanding of the climatological, ecological, biogeochemical and hydrological processes in Amazonia, and the impact of land use change on these processes. The TRMM/LBA campaign took place in Brazil in the region 16S to 6 N and 76W to 49W (moving south to north and east to west) from January 1 through February 28, 1999. Data from the TRMM-LBA Field Experiment can be accessed from, and a link to the Brazilian LBA homepage is available there.
Large Biosphere-Atmosphere experiment
Luftfahrtbundesamt; German civil aviation authority
Keywords:  debtor, formal, demand, letter, action
Letter before action; formal demand on the debtor for payment
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