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and the pairwise error probability becomes [Benedetto and Biglieri 1999]: P (s sE ) =
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16. Switch to the Mate Driven Position configuration. Change the stem-fork assembly to a flexible subassembly (RMB-click and choose Component Properties Solve as Flexible). 17. Add new derived configurations called 1, 2, and 3. While creating the new configs, ensure that the Suppress new features and mates and Suppress new components options are selected. Leave the 1 configuration activated. 18. Make an angle mate between the Bike assembly Top plane and the face of the link, as shown in Figure 14.24.
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The Smart Fasteners tab controls Smart Fasteners, which are discussed later in this chapter. The tab is shown in Figure 17.24. As an example of the types of settings you can use here, you can control which screw types are used with which types of Hole Wizard or non-Hole Wizard holes.
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where q ( t ) is the time-variant complex channel gain, which is given by J a l ( t ) l e j @ p , (in) t Equation l . 10 with a Rayleigh-distributed amplitude, uniformly distributed phase over the interval [ -7r . . .7r] and g ( t - 71) is the equivalent baseband transmitted spread spectrum signal from Equation l .6 delayed by 71. The above equation shows the Zth path is attenuated by that the channel coefficient a ( t )and delayed by 71. Without intelligent diversity techniques [ 5 ] , 1 these paths are added together at the receiver and any phase or delaydifference between the paths may result in a severely multipath interfered signal, corrupted by dispersion-induced intersymbol interference (1.31). Figure 1.8 shows the effect of a nonfading channel and a fading channel on the bit error probability of BPSK-modulated CDMA. Without diversity, the bit error rate (BER) in a fading channel decreases approximately according to Prb(6) M where rc the avis erage Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR), and hence plotted on a logarithmic scale according to log Prb(c) = - log47, we have a near-linear curve [ 5 ] . This is different from a nonfading, or AWGN, channel, wherebythe BER decreases exponentially with increasing the SNR. Thus, in a fading channel, a high transmitted power is required to obtain alow probability of error. As we shall see in the next section, diversity techniques can be used to overcome this impediment.
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you ll want to complete before using this interface. The wizard steps you through the various options Media Center needs to run correctly, including your Internet connection (which includes a Join Wireless Network Wizard if you utilize a wireless connection), whether you d like to join Microsoft s Customer Experience Program to help the company improve Media Center, and so on. We ll explain all of these steps as you continue through this section. There are two sections to Windows Media Center Setup, Required Setup and Optional Setup. In Required Setup, the Setup wizard walks you through the process of configuring those features that are required for Windows Media Center to function properly. You will experience the following configuration tasks in the Required section:
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These chapters present a thorough discussion of electronic commerce fundamentals, taxonomies, and applications. They also discuss supporting technologies and applications of e-commerce inclining intranets, extranets, online auctions, and Web services. These chapters clearly demonstrate the successful applications of the Internet and Web technologies in private and public sectors.
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You ll often need to execute one set of statements when a condition is true and another set of statements when it s false. The else keyword is used to provide an alternate set of statements for Ruby to execute, like this:
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Broadband over Power Line (BPL) is a set of speci cations for Power Line Carrier (PLC), a technology that has been used for certain telco local loop applications since 1928. In-house PLC technologies have been used in key telephone and intercom systems since at least the early 1980s, although not particularly successfully. Standards for In-house BPL, a premises networking technology, are a relatively recent development, with HomePlug standards being the most prevalent. Loosely based on Ethernet LAN standards and using a variation of CSMA/CA, In-house BPL allows any device to connect to the LAN directly through the low-voltage electric lines (110 V at 50 60 Hz or 220 V at 50 Hz). HomePlug 1.0 supports up to 16 nodes sharing bandwidth up to a theoretical maximum of 14 Mbps. Some proprietary systems support raw signaling rates up to 85 Mbps, which comes very close to 100Base-T performance. HomePlug-compatible devices include PCs, routers, bridges, switches, and any other devices that use RF-45 (Ethernet) or USB physical interfaces. The devices plug into a HomePlug adapter that is about the size of a typical low-voltage transformer or power adapter and that plugs into any electrical outlet on the premises. Thereby, every electrical outlet becomes a port into an Ethernet LAN. HomePlug uses of a version of Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) specially tailored for powerline environments. OFDM splits the signal into a stream of data symbols for massively parallel simultaneous transmission over a number of narrowband, low-data-rate subcarrier frequencies. [Note: OFDM is the transmission technique used in 802.11a (aka Wi-Fi5) and 802.11g, 802.16, and WiMAX wireless systems. Also known as Discrete MultiTone (DMT), the technique is used in ADSL service as well.] HomePlug 1.0 speci es 84 equally spaced subcarriers within each of which several differential modulation techniques are employed. Security is through 56-bit DES. Attenuation in HomePlug networks is in uenced not only by the propagation of the signal through the copper conductors (commonly 12 or 14 gauge) but also by splices and various components such as fuse boxes, surge suppressors, and circuit breakers. HomePlug currently offers a range of as much as 300 m without repeaters, which compares favorably with the 100 m supported by 10/100BaseT. ElectroMagnetic Interference (EMI) and Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) present considerable challenges in a HomePlug environment. Sources of EMI include brush motors, switching power supplies, uorescent lights, and halogen lamps, all of which produce impulse noise that can negatively impact signal integrity over the shared electrical bus. HomePlug deals with these challenges through a combination of Forward Error Correction (FEC) and Automatic Repeat Request (ARQ). As RFI from amateur radio can impact certain frequencies, HomePlug employs spectral density notches around the ham radio frequency bands, thereby reducing the number of OFDM carriers that can be used in the United States. As noise on the powerline can be highly local to the receiver and as the quality of the channel between any two links connecting transmitter and receiver over the common
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