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Data Flow sources supply the rows of data that flow through the Data Flow task. Right-clicking a source on the design surface reveals that each source has two different editing options: Edit (basic) and Show Advanced Editor, although in some cases the basic Edit option displays the Advanced Editor anyway. The common steps to configuring a source are represented by the pages of the basic editor: Connection Manager: Specify the particular table, file(s), view, or query that will provide the data for this source. Several sources will accept either a table name or a query string from a variable. Columns: Choose which columns will appear in the data flow. Optionally, change the default names of the columns in the data flow. Error Output: Specify what to do for each column should an error occur. Each type of error can be ignored, cause the component to fail (default), or redirect the problem row to an error output. The Advanced Editor provides the same capabilities as the basic editor in a different format, plus much finer control over input and output columns, including names and data types. The rows sent to the data flow can also be sorted using the Advanced Editor. On the Input and Output Properties tab, choose the top node of the tree and set the IsSorted property to true. Then select each of the output (data flow) columns to be sorted and enter a SortKeyPosition value, beginning with 1 and incrementing by 1 for each column used for sorting. To sort a column descending, specify a negative SortKeyPosition. For example, giving the Date and Category columns SortKeyPosition values of -1 and 2, respectively, will sort Date descending and Category ascending. The available sources are as follows: OLE DB: The preferred method of reading database data. It requires an OLE DB connection manager. DataReader: Uses an ADO.NET connection manager to read database data. A direct input query string is required to identify the data to be consumed. Flat File: Requires a Flat File connection manager. Delimited files translate zero-length strings into null values for the data flow when the RetainNulls property is true. Excel: Uses an Excel connection manager and either worksheet or named ranges as tables. A SQL command can be constructed using the Build Query button that selects a subset of rows. Data types are assigned to each column by sampling the first few rows. Raw: Reads a file written by the Integration Services Raw File destination (see the following Destinations section) in a preprocessed format, making this a very fast method of retrieving data. Because the data has already been processed once, no error handling or output configuration is required. The input filename is directly specified without using a connection manager. XML: Reads a simple XML file and presents it to the data flow as a table, using either an inline schema (a header in the XML file that describes the column names and data types) or an XSD (XML Schema Definition) file. The XML source does not use a connection manager; instead, specify the input filename and then either an XSD file or indicate that the file contains an inline schema. (Set the UseInlineSchema property to true or select the check box in the basic editor).
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(c) We wish for the system to have a 95% boundary coverage i.e., to be operational at 95% of the locations at the maximal distance dmax . Calculate the fading margin needed as a consequence of large-scale fading to ful ll this requirement. (d) Calculate the required transmit power PTX|dB , by adding the fading margins obtained in (b) and (c) to a total fading margin M|dB , which is to be inserted in the link budget. Remember that the propagation model gives a median value and make the necessary compensation, if necessary. Note: Adding the two fading margins from (b) and (c) does not give the lowest possible fading margin. In fact the system is slightly overdimensioned, but it is much simpler than combining the statistics of the two fading characteristics (giving the Suzuki distribution). 11. Let us consider a simple interference-limited system, where there are two transmitters, TX A and TX B, both with antenna heights 30 m, at a distance of 40 km. They both transmit with the same power, use the same omnidirectional /2 dipole antennas, and use the same carrier frequency, 900 MHz. TX A is transmitting to RX A located at a distance d in the direction of TX B. Transmission from TX B is interfering with the reception of RX A, which requires an average (small-scale averaged) Carrier-to-Interference ratio (C/I) of (C/I )min = 7 dB. Incoming signals to RX A (wanted and interfering) are both subject to independent 9-dB log-normal largescale fading. The propagation exponent in the environment we are studying is = 3.6 i.e., the received power decreases as d . (a) Determine the fading margin required to give a 99% probability that (C/I ) is not below (C/I )min . (b) Using the fading margin from (a), determine the maximal distance dmax between TX A and RX A. (c) Can you, by studying the equations, give a quick answer to what happens to the maximal distance dmax (as de ned above) if TX A and TX B were located at 20 km from each other
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According to research conducted by the Radacati Group in 2005, 85 percent of businesses use IM for either business or personal reasons. The study indicates that there were over 300 million IM users globally in 2004 and that number will grow to nearly 600 million by 2008 [30]. Additional research conducted by the Radicati Group projects that the IM volume will increase from the 2005 level of 13.9 billion per day to 46.5 billion in 2009 [31] (Figure 4.7). Research conducted by analyst Michael Osterman in 2005 indicates that about 90 percent of organizations have some consumer IM operating in their networks and that 25 percent of e-mail users also are IM users [32]. Further Osterman research in March 2005 indicates that more than 50 percent of business organizations are using IM for business purposes, that virtually all organizations eventually will use some form of IM, and that 87 percent of e-mail users will also use IM [30]. There are numerous other studies that offer different statistics based on different methodologies, but all seem to suggest that the IM market is huge and that market penetration is signi cant and growing rapidly. 4.4.1 Features
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