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The satisfactory conclusion of the build-to gate sequence provides assurance that a viable solution exists and that it is realizable if the build-to designs and processes are carried out as prescribed. This diagram shows the lowest configuration items being produced, verified, and validated at the LCI decomposition level. If COTS items are being integrated, they will already exist, but they must be verified and validated at the appropriate entity level.
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where y is the body-effect parameter (unit: V1/2). The body effect (or, more accurately, the back-gate effect) can be neglected (y = 0) in PD SOI devices, because there is no coupling between front gate and back gate. In a FD SOI device, the body effect is obtained by
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Part VIII: Appendixes
The DateAdd function returns a date value to which a time interval has been added. The DateAdd function contains three parts: Interval: The DateInterval enumeration value or string equivalent representing the type of interval you are adding. Number: Positive or negative Double data type representing the number of intervals you are adding. DateValue: The date expression representing the date and time to which the interval is added. If the number passed to the DateAdd function is negative, the function subtracts from the date value expression. Table 8-2 lists the values of the DateInterval enumeration. Table 8-2: DateInterval Enumeration Value DateInterval.Day String D Interval Added Day (integer ) Day (integer ) Hour rounded
The objective is to match a complex impedance (device input-output) to a standard purely real resistance value (50 f for most RF systems). This involves the transformation of the real part of a given impedance up or down to 50 Q and the cancellation of all other reactances in narrowband. To convert a given complex impedance to a purely real resistance, the equivalence of series and parallel linear networks is used to represent the input impedance
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