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The best way to explain the features available in GIMP is to demonstrate how to edit an image. This section walks through the process of obtaining an image and using various features in GIMP to manipulate it.
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Using Masters to Make Global Changes When you change a master, such as increasing the font size for slide titles or adding a graphic, PowerPoint applies that change to all corresponding slides in the presentation. This saves you time and gives your presentation a consistent look and feel.
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Figure 6.28 Optimization of sub-block 2 for S11 = S11,max. Conducting Polymers. The area of conductive polymer inks has been the focus of much interest in recent years; yet it seems to be the most scarcely reported area with regard to its direct use with ink-jet printing. It is also an area that can cause confusion, since most of the formulated polymer inks are versatile and can take on multiple roles, such as performing as a lightemitting polymer for displays and/or acting as a semiconducting polymer for thin- lm, transistor-based electronics.49 A recent survey of the use of ink-jet technology to print nontraditional materials cited one speci c study, which involved patterning polymer solutions onto a rigid substrate and then doping the lms into a conducting form with iodine vapor.75 78 Molten Metals. Other researchers resorted to printing molten metals using specially made ink jet printheads, which can temporarily withstand the relatively high melting temperatures of the metals. One such approach involved the printing of PbSn solder.79 84 Most of the structures printed were speci cally targeted for fabricating solder onto wafer boards or etched printed wiring boards to provide vertical interconnects for surface mount components. One of the problems associated with this technique is that the performance of the printhead would deteriorate over time because of prolonged exposure to the 220 C melting temperature required to keep the solder in liquid form. Another problem involved the oxidation of solder, which would increase the surface tension of the solder and essentially clog the printhead and cease solder jetting.85 Typically, when this occurred, solder jetting could not be reinitiated and the printhead could not be salvaged and required replacement. Finally, the bumpy surface pro les from the solidi cation of the solder and large height-to-width aspect of the deposits are not well suited for the fabrication of metallization electrodes for thin- lm electronics. Another process that was developed to print metals used a molten aluminum alloy 2024 and ink-jet technology to form three-dimensional mechanical structures.86,87 The approximate melting temperature of 2024 aluminum is between 510 C and 638 C, more than double that of eutectic solder.88 Although this method was not speci cally targeted for printing thin- lm metallization layers, it showed that ink-jet technology could be used to dispense materials at extreme temperatures. However, the process suffers from the same complications as that of printed solder, in that an oxygen-free environment was required to prevent surface oxidation to achieve success in printing. In addition, the high melting point of aluminum makes use of currently implemented electronic substrates impractical. Nanoscale Metallics. Many of the metallization materials previously discussed, such as gold, can be developed into ne particles through either chemical reduction from a metal salt or from vaporization of the bulk metal.89 In fact, metals, such as gold, silver, palladium, and iron, can be harvested in elemental form from vegetation and grains that have been planted
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Figure 12.4-4. Mobile control messages on Forward Voice Channel. (From EIA/TIA 553. Reproduced with permission of TIA.)
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