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where VT is the threshold voltage. The parameter 6 is the linearized slope of the bulk charge with respect to the bulk-to-source bias. 107 For convenience, 6 is chosen to be a constant, having typical values ranging from 0.2 to 0.3. VDsat, the saturation voltage, is equal to (V~s - VT)/(l +-,). [Previously, in Eq. 10.9, when velocity saturation was considered for the short-channel transistors with negligible bulk effects (6 = 0), VDsat, was given in a different form.] When the drain-to-source bias (Vns) exceeds VDsat, the device operates in saturation; otherwise, the device is in the linear operation region. The y parameters of Eq. 10.35 are those of the intrinsic transistor. An actual device consists of series parasitic resistances at the terminals, as shown in Figure 10.31. To establish the RF properties of the overall transistor, we incorporate the effects of these parasitics by first converting the intrinsic y parameters to z 10 9 parameters. The conversion is performed with some well-established formula. Next, the series resistances are appended to the [z] matrix. The final [z'] matrix for the overall transistor is given as
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Groups resources into domain configurable units (DCU). DCUs define what resources are used in a domain. (i.e. Expander, slot 0,and slot 1 boards) Each domain will run its own independent copy of Solaris. Runs the diagnostic programs on the server and specific domains as needed. It will automatically reboot and, if needed, reconfigure a domain if there is a serious hardware failure. Monitors and controls the power to the various components within the server. It also can warn you of a problem with power within the server. Facilitates the dynamic reconfiguration procedure to allow you to dynamically attach and remove resources in a domain. This capability can be automated using scripts. Interacts with the I2C environmental monitoring sensors and reports the current temperatures, voltages, and amperages of the boards and ASICs in the server. It also can warn you of a problem with any component being monitored within the server. Provides administrative commands to allow domains to be booted and tested manually. Provides a higher level of security because it uses the authentication of Solaris to control what accounts have privileges to do specific SMS tasks. There are a number of special groups that are created by SMS that have specific privileges to run certain SMS commands. Keeps log files that cover the interaction between the domains and the SC. Log files are also kept covering what the users did in the CLI (this works like netcon on the Starfire).
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This switches the active function of this program from Fax to Scan. You can tell which mode your PC is in by looking at the navigation pane located in the column at the left. If your PC is ready to fax, the Fax icon shows up. If you are ready to begin scanning, the Scan icon is present.
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