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The floating-point division (/=) and integer division (\=) assignment operators divide the value of an expression by the value of a variable and assign the result to that same variable. The usage is FloatingPointVariable /= Expression integralVariabe \= Expression The same rules that you learned earlier in the chapter regarding floating-point and integral division apply. Here is a summary of examples using the division assignment operators: Dim intX as integer = 5 Dim intY as integer = 25 intY /= intX ' Returns 5 Dim dblX as Double = 234.6 Dim dblY as Double = 23.928 dblX /= dblY ' Returns 9.80441323971916 Dim intX as Integer = 200 Dim dblY as Double = 5.34 intX \= dblY ' Returns 40
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The Request message format is as follows: 1. Request line (start line): Method SP Request-URI SP SIP-Version CRLF 2. Header lines: header-name: header-value CRLF 3. Empty line ending with CRLF: CRLF 4. Message body lines: message-body The Method parameter indicates the type and function of the request and can have the six values shown in Table 21.3-1. The Request-URI is a URI (more on it below) that indicates the desired destination of the request. The Response message format is as follows: 1. Status line (start line): SIP-version SP Status-Code SP Reason-Phrase CRLF 2. Header lines: header-name: header-value CRLF 3. Blank line with CRLF: CRLF 4. Message body lines: message-body The Status-Code is a number that denotes the result of processing a request, and the Reason-Phrase is a textual description of that result. Examples of Status Code and Reason Phrase values are shown in Table 21.3-2.
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14.5 QUARTER WAVELENGTH OF MICRO STRIP LINE 14.5.1 A Runner Is a Part in RF Circuitry A runner between parts in a circuitry can be a copper line with gold plating on the PCB or a gold line segment on an IC chip. Very often, the circuit designer just ignores its existence, only focusing on the lump parts, such as the inductor, capacitor, resistor, transistor, and so on. Very often, the test results of performance are quite far from agreement with the simulation results of performance. This may be partially due to the inaccuracies of the lump parts applied in the simulation, but also partially due to the disregarding of the existence of runners. In the RF frequency range, a runner is a part just like other lump parts. Sometimes it may even be more important than a lump part. All the runners in the circuitry must be taken care of in a good simulation. Otherwise, a considerable discrepancy between simulation and testing is inevitable, and sometimes this can put a circuit block out of work. Essentially, a runner is a micro strip line in the RF frequency range. Its existence is the equivalent of an additional impedance existing between the two parts connected by the runner. Based on transmission line theory, the impedance of a micro strip line can be depicted as Figure 14.19 and can be expressed as Z P = Zo where ZP = impedance at point P, looking into load with a distance l, Zo = characteristic impedance of the micro strip line, ZL = load impedance of the micro strip line, l = length of the micro strip line, t = transmission coef cient. ZL cosh t l + Zo sinh t l , Zo cosh t l + ZL sinh t l (14.12)
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