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appear under the Name eld for the service in the details pane. Specify the service s description in the Description eld. Use the Start Parameters eld to specify optional switches or parameters to determine how the service starts. These are just like command-line switches for a console command.
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P = difference between output and input power by watts, PDC = DC power from DC power supply, PAE = power added ef ciency by %. In a PA design, the most important goal is the power converted ef ciency from the DC power to the AC power, which combined with the input power forms the output power. The classi cation of power ampli er is closely related to PAE. 7.1.1 Class A Power Ampli er Figure 7.2 shows the operating principle of a class A power ampli er. The inductor Lo and capacitor Co are resonant at the operating frequency. When the device is working as a class A power ampli er, the device is conducted over the entire cycle. The waveform of the current drain iD is a normal sinusoidal wave and the waveform of the output voltage vo is a normal sinusoidal wave as well. The PAE for a class A power ampli er is about 30% although theoretically it could approach a higher percentage.
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When the mobile user speaks, or a message is sent, the transmitter should return immediately to its normal power level. E: Extended Address Indicator (in PW2). If E 1, all mobiles have to include their complete mobile identi cation number MIN in messages sent on a reverse control channel. If E 0, only roaming mobiles need to include the complete MIN. Resident mobiles send a partial MIN (without area code). Maxbusy-PGR, Maxbusy-Other, Maxsztr-PGR, and Maxsztr-Other (in GAW 10). When a mobile needs to send a message on a reverse control channel, these parameters indicate the maximum number of times the mobile can try to seize a reverse control channel. N 2 1 (in PW2). This is the number of paging channels in the system minus one (in a system with ve paging channels, N 2 1 4). RCF: Read Control Filler Indicator (in PW2). If set to 1, the mobile must read and copy the parameters in a control lter word (CFW) before accessing a reverse control channel. REGH and REGR (in PW2). These are home and roamer registration indicators. When set to 1, the system allows registrations by resident and roaming mobiles, respectively. REGID and REGINCR (in, respectively, RIDW and GAW 2). These are the registration identi cation and registration increment, which are integers used by mobiles for autonomous registration. S: Serial Number Indicator (in PW2). If S 1, mobiles have to include their MSN (mobile serial number) when sending a message on a reverse control channel. SID1: System Identi cation, Part 1 (in PW1). The leading 14 bits of the 15-bit System Identi cation (SID). The least signi cant bit is omitted because, prior to sending a message, the mobile has decided to communicate with the A or B system and therefore knows whether SID is odd or even (Section 12.3). WFOM: Wait-for-Overhead-Message Indicator (in CFW). If set to 1, mobiles have to await an overhead message before seizing a reverse control channel.
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For a detailed description of bands for 3G and fourth generation (4G) systems, see 27.
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