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phases. Of course, this lm deposition and development vehicle has many implications beyond structured dielectrics. Future, widespread use of such solution-derived oxide lms will likely be dictated by continued progress in lowering process temperatures and in demonstrating effective printing and patterning techniques for the fabrication of stable devices and circuits. At present, we have identi ed no fundamental issues restricting the application of aqueous-based inorganic inks via common patterning techniques that cover length scales from nano to macro. For alloxide electronic devices and circuits, where the performance characteristics of the component oxide lms are likely to be considerably affected by the use of conventional photolithography with polymer resists, direct additive processing via printing could provide an important opportunity to demonstrate the power of solution processing and patterning. An all-oxide approach also eliminates vacuum processing, while producing lms and devices that are stable, chemically robust and environmentally benign. The demonstrated ability to readily deposit ultrathin lms in air at modest temperatures also provides a unique platform for fabrication of high-performance transistor devices, where, for example, exceptionally short source-to-drain lengths (<10 nm) could be realized through vertical integration of robust and simple materials sets. REFERENCES
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Software is a very deterministic system, where everything happens for a reason. However, if a face on which an InPlace mate has been created is moved by the part changing, then the in-context part could possibly move in a way that you might not predict. The problem is that while the Front plane of the in-context part is defined with respect to the selected face, it is not explicitly defined rotationally about an axis perpendicular to the face, or translationally about axes parallel to the face.
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Figure 27.16 shows a part using an Offset Surface to extrude text up to where the text spans more than a single surface. This is a very common application, even if it is not text that is being extruded. The part that was used in Figure 27.15 is on the CD-ROM in the materials for 26, and is called 26 Up To Body.SLDPRT.
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To navigate through the various submenus linked to from All Programs, you simply have to click various folders. When you do so, the menu expands, in place, and scroll bars appear so you can move around within the menu structure. As you can see in Figure 4-19, submenus that expand within the current view are easier to navigate than cascading menus. Those more comfortable with the keyboard can easily navigate the new Start menu as well. To do so, tap the Windows key or the Ctrl+Esc keyboard shortcut to open the Start menu. Then, press the Up Arrow key once to highlight All Programs. To expand All Programs, press the Right Arrow key. Then, use the arrow keys to navigate around the list of shortcuts and folders. Anytime you want to expand a submenu (indicated by a folder icon), press the Right Arrow key. To close, or contract, a submenu, press the Left Arrow key. To run the selected shortcut, tap Enter.
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The manufacturing process involves smoothly twisting the separately insulated conductors in a helix with a constant pitch or distance to make a 360 twist, hence the term twisted pair. This twisting process serves to improve the performance of the medium by reducing the radiation of electromagnetic energy and, thereby, improving the strength of the signal over a distance. Reducing the radiated energy also serves to minimize the impact on adjacent pairs in a multipair cable con guration. This is especially important in high-bandwidth applications, as higher frequency signals tend to lose power more rapidly over distances. Additionally, the radiated electromagnetic eld tends to be greater at higher frequencies, which impacts adjacent pairs to a greater extent. Generally speaking, the tighter the twist, that is, the more twists per foot, the better the performance of the wire [1]. In applications that involve multiple pairs, the lay length can become an issue. For example, 10/100Base-T Ethernet LANs make use of two pairs of a four-pair Category 5 (Cat 5) UTP cable. The 1000Base-T standard for Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) can run over four pairs in the same Cat 5 cable if the cable is of the proper type and is installed properly. 1000Base-T splits the gigabit signal into four signals, each running over a single pair at 250 Mbps. Each of the four pairs in a Cat 5 cable has a slightly different twist ratio, or twist pitch, in order minimize crosstalk, which can be caused by the unwanted coupling of signals between pairs. (Note: You undoubtedly have experienced crosstalk in voice communications as extraneous conversations intruded on yours. Aggravating in voice applications, crosstalk renders data communications dif cult, if not impossible.) The difference in twist ratios results in a slightly different lay length, that is, physical length if the cable were to be untwisted and laid at, for each pair. (Note: More twists per foot make for a longer physical path per pair foot.) This causes built-in propagation delay skew simply because it takes more time for a signal to travel a longer physical path (Figure 2.4). As too much delay skew will cause transmission errors because of timing differences between the signals spread across the various pairs, some cable manufacturers use foamed insulation, rather than solid insulation, on the conductors. While the speci cs of the physics behind this are beyond the scope of this book, note that electrical signals tend to distribute themselves within a conductor so that the current density is greater near the surface of the conductor than at the core. The higher the frequency, the more pronounced is this phenomenon known as skin effect.
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where 0 is the mean azimuthal angle. The elevation spectrum is usually modeled as a delta function (i.e., all radiation is incident in the horizontal plane) so that = ; alternatively, it has been modeled as a Laplacian function. The following range of rms angular spreads (see Section 6.7) and cluster angular spreads can be considered typical [Molisch and Tufvesson 2004]: Indoor of ce environments: rms cluster angular spreads between 10 and 20 for non-LOS situations, and typically around 5 for LOS. Industrial environments: rms angular spreads between 20 and 30 for non-LOS situations. Microcells: rms angular spreads between 5 and 20 for LOS, and 10 40 for non-LOS. Typical urban and suburban environments: measured rms angular spreads on the order of 3 20 in dense urban environments. In suburban environments, the angular spread is smaller, due to the frequent occurrence of LOS. Bad urban and hilly terrain environments: rms angular spreads of 20 or larger, due to the existence of multiple clusters. Rural environments: rms angular spreads between 1 and 5 have been observed. In outdoor environments, the distribution of the angular spread over large areas has also been found to be lognormal and correlated with the delay spread. This permits the logarithms of the spreads to be treated as correlated Gaussian random variables. The dependence of angular spread on distance is still a matter of discussion.
In this chapter we have examined the network capacity and performance of the FCA algorithm and the LOLIA using an exclusion zone of seven or 19 base stations, in the context of LOS and multipath propagation environments. We have shown that the addition of power control results in a substantially increased number of supported users, additionally benefiting from a superior call quality, and reduced transmission power for a given number of adaptive antenna array elements located at the base stations. The advantages of using AQAM within a mobile cellular network have also been illustrated, resulting in performance improvements in terms of the mean modem throughout, call quality, mean transmission power and the number of supported users. The next chapter involves the investigation of network capacity in the context of a CDMA-based UMTS-type FDDmode network.
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