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If someone else needs to use your model after you are done with it and possibly edit it, then you should leave some clues to help this person understand how the model works, and how it is best changed. For example, you can use descriptive feature and sketch names, comments that are associated with features, the Design Binder to add documentation, and the Design Journal to write notes. You can even put HTML links in notes that display in the graphics window. In-context design intent may not always be obvious, and an impatient user may find it more expedient to delete the in-context references and replace them with either local relations or no relations at all. The more you document your intent, the more likely others will be to follow it.
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Keeping track of these four aspects of a change relation serves several functions. It is possible to perform loss-less transformations of ontologies, by exploiting the set of change operations. The conceptual relation gives the ability to re-interpret data and other ontologies that use the changed ontology via the new ontology. The meta-data and context helps to select versions and validate their applicability.
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adjacent to the EUT or be remote. If remote, routing cables between systems play an important part in the setup. Cables may be routed under the floor or overhead. The following problems commonly happen during equipment setup: 1. Ambient Assessment. Parasitic pickup and antenna configuration (horizontal or vertical polarization, dipole, biconical, log periodic, horn, etc.) may cause false readings. Metallic structures near the EUT on an open-field test site can seriously disrupt signal propagation. The coaxial cable between antenna and receiver may develop a leak or break in the shield, skewing results. To minimize cable discontinuities, routing the coax directly on the ground plane helps. It is prudent to change the coax on a test range yearly, especially if the cable is exposed to harsh environments on a full-time basis. 2. Mismatch and VSWR Errors. For intentional radiated emission testing, the voltage standing-wave ratio (VSWR) plays a primary part in assessing the magnitude of RF energy being measured. The VSWR relates to the percentage of transmitted power that is reflected back to the source. Another definition of VSWR is the ratio of the maximum to minimum voltage of the standing wave on the transmission line connecting the generator to the antenna, assuming that the generator is matched to the transmission line and the line is lossless. It is desired to have a 1 : 1 VSWR for the antenna system, although this is not achieved in practice. The 1 : 1 condition means that there are no losses within the transmission line between source and load, thus ensuring accurate data are recorded. When an antenna approaches or exceeds a quarter wavelength, significant measurement error may be introduced. 3. Background Noise within Instrumentation Setup. This problem is usually observed at test sites. A support unit such as an ancillary printer might be the cause of a problem, although the printer carries a certificate indicating compliance. The only way to ascertain if the signal observed is from the EUT or auxiliary unit is to power down the auxiliary. Sometimes it is necessary to turn off all devices one at a time to isolate the unit causing the failure. This is where having a correlation analyzer would be advantageous. With a correlation analyzer, it is possible to discriminate whether a particular frequency is coming from the EUT or nearby support equipment without powering down all units. This advantage exists since a correlation analyzer can determine coherence and can be accomplished in real time. Correlation analyzers are discussed elsewhere in this book. Note: Just because a device has FCC/Department of Commerce (DOC) or CE approval marks applied does not mean the unit is compliant! Certain vendors may get one version of a product to pass EMC tests with expensive rework and then ignore the rework within manufacturing in an effort to save cost. When any component is cost reduced or a change occurs, full EMC tests may be required to validate
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Mirroring in a sketch is a completely different matter from patterning in a sketch. It offers superior performance, and the interface is better developed. Mirrored entities in a sketch are an instrumental part of establishing design intent. Two methods of mirroring items in a sketch are discussed here, along with a method to make entities work as if they have been mirrored when in fact they were manually drawn.
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the United States. Nextel terminal equipment supports integrated voice, data, paging, and Internet access. Perhaps the best known ESMR terminal is the Blackberry, a cellular telephone with features including Bluetooth technology, e-mail, PTT walkie talkie service, speakerphone, and Global Positioning System (GPS). The Blackberry is manufactured by Research in Motion (RIM) and the PTT service runs over the Nextel ESMR 800-MHz band. (Note: The Blackberry is by no means limited to the Nextel band.) The walkie talkie was invented in 1938 by Al Gross, a high school student in Cleveland, Ohio (United States), at the time. The portable hand-held radio transmitter receiver caught the attention of the Of ce of Strategic Services (OSS), predecessor to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The OSS recruited Gross, who then led the effort to develop the walkie talkie for clandestine and military uses. Code named Joan/Eleanor, the rst walkie talkie system comprised a ground unit, Joan, and an airborne unit, Eleanor. The system allowed OSS agents behind enemy lines to communicate with aircraft in a manner that virtually de ed detection at the time. Gross also is credited with inventing the pager, the CB radio, and the cordless telephone. Gross also lobbied the FCC to create the Personal Radio license spectrum, which later became Citizens Radio Service Frequency Band, or CB radio. Gross formed the Citizens Radio Corporation, which manufactured and sold personal two-way radios, mostly to farmers and the U.S. Coast Guard [11].
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calculating the effect of a man carrying a load up a ladder, we explicitly made quite a list of assumptions, including the implausible idea that the ladder itself had zero weight. Mathematical models are continually invoking ideas of infinitely smooth surfaces, weightless strings, weightless beams, perfectly spherical balls, projectiles flying through airless space, gases which are perfectly compressible and liquids which are perfectly incompressible, and so on. The purpose of such simplifications is, in theory, to understand the world better despite the oversimplification, which you hope either will not matter or will be corrected when you construct a second (better) model. Francis Galton (1822-1911) started off as an explorer, who then turned his interest to meteorology and then anthropology. He had observed and wished to explain scientifically the enormous differences in abilities between individuals and groups. His most famous researches appeared in Hereditary Genius in which he argued, by
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