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DPCCH : Dedicated Physical Control CHannel DPDCH : Dedicated Physical Data CHannel TFCI : Transport-Format Combination Indicator FBI : FeedBack Information TPC : Transmit Power Control
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Using Powerful Tools Responsibly ....................................................................................808 Comparing multi-body modeling with assembly modeling .....................................808 Using multi-body techniques appropriately.............................................................809 Understanding Multi-body Techniques .............................................................................810 Creating complex shapes across bodies ...................................................................811 Using Tool bodies and Boolean operations ..............................................................813 Indent feature ................................................................................................813 Move/Copy Bodies and Combine features......................................................815 Using local operations .............................................................................................817 Flex feature ...................................................................................................817 Shell feature ..................................................................................................818 Patterning................................................................................................................819 Simplifying very complex parts ...............................................................................820 Bridging between solids...........................................................................................823 Modeling for undetermined manufacturing methods ..............................................823 Creating Multi-bodies .......................................................................................................825 Using disjoint sketches ............................................................................................825 Turning off the Merge Result option........................................................................825 Applying the Feature Scope to bodies .....................................................................826 Rib feature .....................................................................................................826 Delete Solid/Surface feature ...........................................................................827 Creating multi-bodies with the Cut feature .............................................................827 Managing bodies with Split feature..........................................................................828 Splitting with a sketch ...................................................................................828 Splitting with a plane.....................................................................................830 Splitting with a surface body .........................................................................830 Adding bodies using the Insert Part feature .............................................................831 Working with Secondary operations ..............................................................832 Starting point ................................................................................................832 Managing Bodies ...............................................................................................................832 Using Body folders ..................................................................................................832 Hiding or showing bodies .......................................................................................835 Deleting bodies .......................................................................................................836 Renaming bodies .....................................................................................................837
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TABLE 9.10 G.709 Line Rates and Corresponding SONET/SDH Line Rates [83] G.709 Interface OTU-1 OTU-2 OTU-3 Line Rate (Gbps) 2.666 10.709 43.018 SONET/SDH OC/STM Level OC-48/STM-16 OC-192/STM-64 OC-768/STM-256 Line Rate (Gbps) 2.488 9.953 39.813
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This Neutral Plane can be at various places across the thickness, depending on the material, tooling, and process. The ratio of the distance from the inside bend surface, to the Neutral Plane, to the thickness is identified as the K-Factor, where .5 means halfway, 0 means on the inside face, and 1 means on the outside face. Typically, you can expect values between .5 and .3.
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