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Table 2.1 Data on Plastics Processing Industry in Asian Regions (Other Than China) Population (millions) 27.2 21 22 47 60 127 4 GDP (Billion $US) 220 215 362 580 369 3913 92 Demand for Plastics (million tonnes) 7 1 3 4b 2b 9 0.3 Employed by Industry 1 million + 85,000 150,000 100,000 458,000 13,000
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A good portion of the time if someone says network adapter, they are talking about an NIC card. Or the adapter at the end of a cable (serial adapter, Ethernet adapter, etc.). 30 It seemed like a good time for a shameless plug. 31 Some people assume that NIC stands for network interface card. This is not correct, although the term NIC card is accepted by most. If NIC were network interface card, then an NIC card would be a network interface card card. 32 If you are ever unsure, just ask someone. 33 Okay. We said that it was a funny term, but it s one we are comfortable with. It is less awkward to ask someone, Who do you buy the NIC card from than Where did you get that NIC
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A somewhat different set of multiple-beam fringes, produced by a Fabry Perot illuminated by a point source but lacking the conventional fringe-focusing lens after the Fabry Perot plates (see Figs. 6.2 and 6.17), was rst observed and used by Tolansky (1943, 1946). The utility of these Tolansky fringes is described in Section 6.7. The development of the spherical Fabry Perot interferometer (Connes, 1958) of general curved mirror laser cavities (Boyd and Gordon, 1961; Fox and Li, 1961) and of the scanning spherical Fabry Perot (Herroitt, 1963) paved the way for an elegant technique for testing curved surfaces with multiple-beam fringes preserving the localized precision (Herroitt, 1966). A similar spherical wave interferometer was also developed independently by Perkin-Elmer of the United States (Heintze et al., 1967) and SIRA (1967) of the United Kingdom (Biddles, 1969). A strong desire to test many spherical surfaces by multiple-beam fringes against a single surface or a few master surfaces, coupled with the existing knowledge of Williams (1950) interferometer, paved the way for this development. We describe such multiple-beam interferometers with curved surfaces in Section 6.8. Other developments worthy of mention in the eld of multiple-beam interferometry are the so-called dual interferometry and holographic multiple-beam interferometry. In the former, one combines the multiple-beam fringes with another wavefront in a dual interferometric setup to utilize a live Moire technique or to control the background contrast to advantage, especially while testing opaque surfaces in re ection by multiple-beam Fizeau (Langenbeck, 1968; Pastor and Lee, 1968). This is described in Section 6.9. The latter development can be exploited when one has already chosen to use holographic interferometry by modifying the system from two-beam to multiple-beam interferometry, as suggested by Matsumoto (1969) and Bryngdahl (1969). This is mentioned brie y in Section 6.10. For a detailed exposition of Moire and holographic interferometry see 12. Readers with broader interest on interferometry should consult the following review articles: Kuhn (1951), Baird (1967), Baird and Hanes (1967), Koppelmann (1969), Briers (1972), Malacara et al. (1975), and Vrabel and Brown (1975). For a good review on precision interferometric testing, see Schulz and Schwider (1976) and Hariharan (1991). Readers interested in Fabry Perot interferometer as a highresolution spectrometer should consult the books by Hernandez (1988), Vaughan (1989) and Hillebrands (1999).
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2883 MHz, is about 1.766, and the obtained CP bandwidths for lower and upper operating bands are about the same as those obtained in Section 9.5.2.1 for design A. It should be noted that for operating in the 1.6-GHz band, the required patch size using the conventional CP design [16] is about 43 43 mm2 , which is much larger than that of antenna B here. This also suggests that, similar to design A in Section 9.5.2.1, design B has a reduced antenna size for xed CP operation. Measured antenna gain for frequencies in the lower and upper operating bands are presented in Figure 9.34. Similar behavior as observed for antennas A1 and A2 in Section 9.5.2.1 is seen. Measured radiation patterns in two orthogonal planes are plotted in Figure 9.35. Good CP radiation characteristics for both operating bands are observed.
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