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The use of PCs in the home for storage of all kinds of data means that we all face a space crunch. Newer cameras capture sharper pictures, but these picture files take up significant space on your hard drive. A typical image from a modest digital camera can take up 2 megabytes of space, and photo aficionados that use the raw format on their cameras might be using upwards of 25 megabytes per picture! As an example, my wife and I are casual digital camera users. Starting in 2003 (we had a digital camera for many years before this, but lost our archives to a hard drive crash in early 2003) we took 300 megabytes of digital pictures. In 2004 this expanded to 929 megabytes. Partway through 2005 we bought a newer digital camera and our photo storage requirement grew to 3.4 gigabytes for that year. 2006 saw 4.2 gigabytes of pictures taken. This example is just addressing still pictures. When you start bringing in audio files, home videos, mp3s, downloaded movies and television shows the storage horizon approaches very rapidly. In the old days this meant adding a hard drive to your PC to make room for your growing storage needs. After adding a new larger hard drive, users would have to reorganize their files to make use of the new space. This could mean moving a category of files to the new drive, or possibly transferring everything from the old drive to the new one. Computer cases are also limited in the number of physical drives that can be installed, so adding more drives may not even be an option. Furthermore, many computer users simply aren t comfortable opening up their PCs. Windows Home Server s unique storage engine makes adding storage simple. Through a userfriendly interface, shown in Figure 1-4, you can get an overall view of the storage on your server. When you need to add more space, Windows Home Server s Drive Extender technology makes it easy. Depending on the specifics or your Windows Home Server s manufacturer, the exact method may change a bit, but the basic process will include powering down the machine, either adding an internal drive or plugging in an external USB 2.0 or FireWire drive, and turning the server back on. The user can then use a wizard in the Windows Home Server console to make the space on the new drive available for use. All drives in a Windows Home Server are part of a storage pool, and the server spreads files across them, without the user having to think about which physical drive a particular file will be stored on. As an added bonus, if you have multiple hard drives attached to your Windows Home Server machine, you can turn on duplication for specific shared folders. When duplication is activated, Windows Home Server makes sure to have copies of every file stored on at least two hard drives, thus protecting your data in the event that one of your physical drives fails.
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As shown in Figure 8.3, radiation that is circulating around the laser cavity that differs in frequency by much more than f from a cavity transmission centre frequency will suffer a significant loss. Lasing will only occur at frequencies for which the gain of the semiconductor is greater than the losses. Since diode lasers typically have broad gain envelopes THz , lasing will be possible at many different frequencies as indicated in Figure 8.4. Thus the spectral output of the laser will consist of longitudinal modes approximately located at the cavity transmission centre frequencies where the gain loss product exceeds unity. This simplistic approach of determining the mode structure overlooks many aspects of real diode lasers, such as the Lorentzian shape of the cavity modes, frequency pushing and pulling effects that arise from nonlinear gain and loss, and the low finesse and asymmetric nature of actual Fabry Perot diode cavities [4]. Despite this, it does give an adequate qualitative description of why Fabry Perot diode lasers can emit light at several frequencies simultaneously as shown in Figure 8.5. For instance, it is the gain curve of the medium that determines the allowable range of output frequencies of the laser and, it is the geometry of the cavity and the reflectivity of the mirrors that determine whether lasing will occur at a specific frequency. Lasers that emit light that contains more than one longitudinal mode, as shown in Figures 8.4 and 8.5, are called multi-longitudinal mode lasers which is usually abbreviated to multimode lasers. Since the size of Fabry Perot diode lasers is typically very small 300 m , the mode separation of the multimode variants can be more than 100 GHz. Over time the frequencies
Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) is the U.S. standard for analog cellular service, a first-generation (1G) wireless technology. AMPS is the analog cellular transport used throughout North America and in other parts of the world, notably Central and South America, and New Zealand and Australia. It has the best coverage of all North American systems. AMPS operates at 800 MHz and is a voice-only analog transport, although it can be used with a cellular modem for circuit-switched data communications. AMPS is slowly being replaced by various competing digital networks.
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