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You normally don t have to worry about lubricating laser printers. If you hear squealing and screeching and groaning, ten to one it s your toner cartridge, and the noise will go away when you replace it. However, if you have an old printer or one that sees a lot of use, you can sparingly apply a few drops of light machine oil to the gears and cogs that drive the various drums and rollers (see Figure 5.19). I like to clean the gears first with a cotton swab; otherwise, adding oil can create a sticky goo. Inkjet printers are a different breed, and they do sometimes require a bit of lubricating. The printhead slides back and forth across a metal rod that must be clean and lightly oiled, or else the printhead will stick slightly as it moves across the page, resulting in poor quality printouts. I suggest you clean the slider rail first as thoroughly as you can, then apply a thin film of light machine oil with a cloth, as shown in Figure 5.20. Don t use a paper towel: they can leave paper fibers behind.
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Horizontally and vertically polarized MPCs propagate differently in a wireless channel,6 as the re ection and diffraction processes depend on polarization (see s 4 and 7). Even if the transmit antenna only sends signals with a single polarization, the propagation effects in the channel lead to depolarization so that both polarizations arrive at the RX. The fading of signals with different polarizations is statistically independent. Thus, receiving both polarizations using a dual-polarized antenna, and processing the signals separately, offers diversity. This diversity can be obtained without any requirement for a minimum distance between antenna elements. Let us now consider more closely the situation where the transmit signal is vertically polarized, while the signal is received in both vertical and horizontal polarization. In that case, fading of the two received signals is independent, but the average received signal strength in the two diversity branches is not identical. Depending on the environment, the horizontal (i.e., cross-polarized) component is some 3 20 dB weaker than the vertical (co-polarized) component. As we will see later on, this has an important impact on the effectiveness of the diversity scheme. Various antenna arrangements have been proposed in order to mitigate this problem. It has also been claimed that the diversity order that can be achieved with polarization diversity is up to 6: three possible components of the E- eld and three components of the H- eld can all be exploited [Andrews et al. 2001].7 However, propagation characteristics as well as practical considerations prevent a full exploitation of that diversity order especially for outdoor situations. This is usually not a serious restriction for diversity systems, as we will see later on that going from diversity order 1 (i.e., no diversity) to diversity order 2 gives larger bene ts than increasing the diversity order from 2 to higher values. However, it is an important issue for Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) systems (see Section 20.2).
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