27: Working with Surfaces in .NET

Build QRCode in .NET 27: Working with Surfaces

Most ethical transgressions are committed on behalf of the organization, not for individual gain. That makes them no less serious and can, in fact, create peer pressure to engage in the same acts in a sense of distorted loyalty.
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two-wire or four-wire. When discussing the two unidirectional circuits of a four-wire circuit, representation (b) is used. Data Transmission on Analog Circuits. In the 1960s, subscribers also began to use the telephone network for transmission of digital data, and the network has become a telecommunication network. Digital data are converted by modems into a form that ts within the 300 3400 Hz band of analog circuits. There are several modem types. Frequency-shift keying (FSK) modems convert the zeros and ones of the digital bit stream into two voiceband frequencies, for example, 1300 and 1700 Hz. With FSK, data can be sent at speeds of 600 or 1200 bits/second. The signal produced by a differential phase-shift keying (DPSK) modem is a single frequency with phase shifts. In the widely used V.26 modem [6], the frequency is 1800 Hz, and the phase shifts occur at a rate of 1200 shifts/second. The phase shifts can have four magnitudes, each of which represents the values of two consecutive bits in the digital signal. The modem thus transfers 2400 bits/second. More recently developed modems have transfer rates of up to 56 kb/second. 1.4.2 Analog Subscriber Lines [4,5]
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Splines are used mainly for freeform complex shapes in 2D and 3D sketches, although you can also use them for anything in which you would use other sketch elements. If you need more information on splines and complex shape modeling, refer to the SolidWorks Surfacing and Complex Shape Modeling Bible (Wiley, 2008). Point creates a sketch point. Aside from limited cases of lofting to a point or using a point as a constraint sketch in a Fill feature, sketch points are usually used for reference or for the location of the centerpoint of Hole Wizard features. You can also use the sketch point as a virtual sharp. If two sketch entities do not actually intersect because of a fillet or chamfer, selecting the two entities and clicking the Point tool creates a point at the location where they would intersect if they were extended. This is useful for dimensioning to the sharp. Virtual sharp display is controlled by a Document Property setting. 3D Sketch Plane creates a plane in a 3D Sketch. I discuss 3D Sketches in more detail in 31. By sketching on planes within a 3D sketch, you get most of the benefits and usage of 2D sketches, and you do not have to deal with history between sketches. Before committing too much
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It is also known as Householder reflection, because it is the reflection of the hyperplane W I , as depicted in Figure 3.4.
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[4] Paul Henry and Hui Luo, "Wi-Fi: What's Next," IEEE Communications Magazine, December 2002. [5] Boingo Wireless Web Site, http://www.boingo.com/hso. [6] Public Access Wireless LAN in Europe: A Technology in Search of a Business Case , Yankee Group, June 2002. [7] Public Wireless LAN Service: Mobile Operators Mustn't Miss the Boat, In-Stat MDR, July 2002. [8] U.S. Communications Technology: Watch out for Wi-Fi, Goldman Sachs, September 2002. [9] BluePrint Wi-Fi: European Wireless EyeforWireless, November 2002. LAN Review,
Because of the proliferation of digital cameras with video-taking capabilities, you could very likely also find videos scattered around inside of your My Pictures folder. When you copy pictures from a digital camera to Windows 7 (or to previous versions of Windows), any videos on the camera will be copied to the same location, which is typically a subfolder under My Pictures. You could easily use Windows 7 s Library functionality to find and display these videos alongside the videos in My Videos and Public Videos. To do so, open the Videos library and click the link next to Includes (it will read 2 Library locations by default). In the Videos Library Locations window that appears, click Add, and then navigate to My Pictures. Click Include folder, and then OK. Unfortunately, when you do so, the Videos library shows you all of the subfolders under My Pictures, not just the ones with videos, as shown in Figure 13-3.
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EDGE also runs over IS-136 TDMA networks in the United States. In either case, EDGE is an intermediate step between 2G TDMA and 3G WCDMA, although some TDMA-based carriers may stop at EDGE. At the time of this writing (June 2007), the Cingular Wireless network (800 and 1900 MHz) largely supports EDGE and the T-Mobile network (1900 MHz) is fully upgraded [26]. Maximum transmission rates typically are in the range of 75 150 kbps. 11.9.1.4.4 Universal Mobile Telecommunications System Also known as Wideband CDMA (W-CDMA), Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) is a 3G technology that is seen as a logical upgrade to GSM, although the two are not compatible. UMTS runs over a carrier 5 MHz wide, compared to the 200-kHz carrier used for narrowband CDMA. UMTS speci cations provide for both TDD mode and FDD mode, with TDD largely used in Europe and FDD in the United States. The FDD speci cations call for the downlink to run in the 2100-MHz range (2110 2200 MHz) and the uplink in the 1900-MHz range (1885 2025 MHz). As is the case with all true 3G systems, UMTS speci cations include 128 kbps for high-mobility applications, 384 kbps for pedestrian speed applications, and 2 Mbps (1.920 Mbps) for xed in-building applications. In reality, UMTS currently caps the transmission rate at a theoretical 384 kbps. UMTS was rst deployed in Japan (2000), where it is known as Freedom of Mobile Multimedia Access (FOMA). In some locations in the United States, Cingular has deployed UMTS running in the 850- and 1900-MHz bands. T-Mobile has committed to UMTS worldwide.
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