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The broken reference is another source of controversy. Some users believe that if you make in-context references, the best way to respond to them is to break them immediately. However, I would argue that using the Break References function is never a good thing to do. I believe that you should remove the reference by editing the feature or the sketch or change it to make it useful. The problem with a broken reference is that it has absolutely no advantage over a locked reference. For example, while locked references can at least be unlocked, broken references cannot be repaired. The only thing that you can do with a broken reference is to use Display/Delete Relations or to manually edit features to completely remove the external reference. Perhaps it would be better for SolidWorks to replace Break References with a function called Remove References. Would anyone like to make an enhancement request
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Instant 3D enables you to pull handles to create extrusions and to drag model faces to change the size and location of features. Several feature types enable you to use arrows to adjust elements visually of parametric features and sketches. The function largely replaces and expands on the older functionality called Move/Size Features. Figure 4.3 shows the arrows added by Instant 3D, which are the handles that you pull on to create a solid from a sketch or edit an existing feature. Notice also that you can make cut features with Instant 3D. In fact, you can change a boss feature into a cut. I m sure this is a neat sales demo trick, but I m not aware of any practical application of changing a boss into a cut. One of the attractive things about Instant 3D is that it allows you to make changes to parts quickly without any consideration for how the part was made. For example, the cylindrical part was made from a series of extrudes, with a hole cut through it with draft on the cut feature. The flat faces can be moved, and the cylindrical faces offset. Behind the scenes, SolidWorks figures out which sketches or feature parameters of which features have to be edited. This saves you time searching the FeatureManager to figure out which features or sketches control a given face. As you work through more complex parts, you will see how handy this can be at times. You can activate or deactivate Instant 3D using the icon on the Features toolbar.
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ThickNet: Thick Ethernet, also known as 10Base5, was approved by the IEEE in 1983. 10Base5 uses traditional thick coax, often referred to as goldenrod, referring to its high cost, high value, and the yellow cable sheath used by some manufacturers. Other manufacturers used orange cable sheaths for thick coax, giving rise to the term orange hose. 10Base5 translates to 10 Mbps, Baseband (one transmission at a time over a single, shared channel), and 500 m maximum segment length. While individual devices can be separated by much greater distances across the network, issues of signal attenuation limit each segment, or link, in the network to approximately 500 m. ThinNet: Thin Ethernet, also known as 10Base2, was approved by the IEEE in 1986. 10Base2 uses coax of thinner gauge. The thinner cable is less costly to acquire and deploy, although its performance is less in terms of transmission distance. 10Base2 translates to 10 Mbps, Baseband, and 200 m maximum segment length (actually 185 m, rounded up). Twinax: Twinaxial cable, resembles ThinNet coax, but with twin coaxial conductors, rather than one. Twinax is used in older IBM midrange systems such as Systems 34, 36, and 38 as well as the younger IBM AS/400 and RS/6000. More recently, the IEEE has developed the 10GBase-CX4 standard in support of 10-Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE). Based on the In niband high-speed cable assemblies, the speci cation calls for twinax assemblies operating over distances up to 50 ft. The standard calls for four transmitters and four receivers operating differentially in simplex mode over a bundle of eight twinax cables, with each simplex transmission occurring at 2.5 Gbps at a frequency of 3.125 GHz per channel with 8B/10B line coding. The cost of this patch cord technology 1 is expected to be approximately 10 th that of comparable 10GBase-optical solutions.
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where C has been replaced by Cmax, which implies that the condition is satis ed even in the worst case. Now let s return to our case. Owing to the non-linearity of the device, the output current of a single-ended stage contains both DC current, DC offset, and AC currents, with all the harmonics as shown in equations (3.8) to (3.11). Similarly, in the discussion about the DC blocking capacitor above, the pulse signal from the source can be expressed by the Fourier expansions, in which the DC and AC components with all the harmonics are also contained. The capability of a capacitor for DC blocking can be judged in the same way qualitatively, though not quantitatively. The repetition frequency of the pulses f corresponding to T in Figures 3.6, 3.7, and 3.8 should be in the order of 100 MHz to 10 GHz. In terms of (3.29), the value of the DC blocking capacitor can be evaluated. In Table 3.1, the values of RL are selected from 10 to 10 k . In actual circuits, the values of RL are usually much higher than 50 before impedance matching. Table 3.1 lists the maximum values of a capacitor functioning as a DC blocking capacitor. They are much lower than the values of the zero chip capacitor if the seventh column when RL = 1 k in Table 3.1 is compared with Table 3.2. For instance,
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