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A-1 Construction, Brad Tucker Owner Saturday, August 10, 10:00 am 2310 Industrial Parkway, Dyersville, Iowa Directions: Approx. ½ mile West of Dyersville on Hwy. 20, turn South on 330 Ave, go short distance & turn right on Industrial Parkway(watch for signs) www.harrylahrauctions.com for more pictures th Pick up, trailers, lifts, tractor: -2004 Mustang 634 Tele-Handler, 1467 hrs, cab, 34’ height, 6000lb lift, can be 2 or 4 wheel drive or “crab steer”, very well maintained( serial# 634JVO670109) -2005 Ford F-350 XL Super Duty Pick Up, FX 4 package, Power Stroke V-8, auto, 43,140 original miles, bed liner, dark green, cloth interior, great condition -(2) 2002 JLG 400S boom lifts, 8’ basket, diesel, 4wd, both well maintained, one has 225 welder and hook ups-approx. 2700 hrs on each- ready to work -2007 John Deere Utility Tractor w/ 300 loader, front wheel assist, 32hp diesel, roll bar, good rubber, 135 hrs, loader is quick release, 3 pt., great condition -30’ Gooseneck flatbed trailer w/ beaver tail & ramps, 8’6’’w, 10,000lb axles -14’ heavy duty car trailer, 7500lb axles, ramps Car: -1969 Chevy Corvair, 77,500 mi., 6 cyl., auto on dash, runs good, good interior, body is straight, some surface rust Lift platform, machinery: -14’x 6’ platform lift basket, can be used length or width way, tool baskets, plywood sides -8’wide bucket, 2 yards, like brand new -6’ wide King Kutter rear mower -6’ wide King Kutter 3pt blade SPECIAL MENTION: -KWM “Iron Man” seemless gutter machine, 5” gutter, 3 yrs. old, 2 spools, LIKE NEW Tools, welder, laser levels: -DeWalt 12” compound miter saw w/ sliding saw stand, like new -(2) DeWalt laser levels, like new -DeWalt tripod for laser level -DeWalt 10” compound miter saw -(2) DeWalt 18v cordless drills-BRAND NEW -Selection of cordless DeWalt tools including; sawzall, work lights, circular saws, grinders, drills, impact -DeWalt 4 1/2” angle grinder -Paslode cordless impulse framing nailer -Paslode pneumatic finish nailer -(2) Paslode pneumatic framing nailers -Lincoln electric portable wire welder, 110v w/ wood case -Craftsman 150psi upright air compressor, 2hp, 26 gal., like new -Craftsman 6’ bench grinder w/ light -Craftsman wrench sets...
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Kunci Jawaban Mentoring 2014 Akuntansi Manajemen Kunci Jawaban Mentoring AM Soal 1 Key inputs January Beginning Inventory Production Goods Avail. For sale Units sold Ending Inventory 0 1000 1000 700 300 February 300 800 1100 800 300 March 300 1250 1550 1500 50 Budgeted fixed manufacturing cost per uit and budgeted total manufacturing cost per unit under absorption costing are (ind dollars) January February March Budgeted Fixed Manuf. Costs 400000 400000 400000 Budgeted Production 1000 1000 1000 Budgeted Fixed Man. Cost/unit 400 400 400 Budgeted var. Manuf cost/unit 900 900 900 Budgeted total manuf. Cost /unit 1300 1300 1300 Variable Costing (in $) Revenues ($2500 x unit) Variable Cost Beginning Inventory (Price x unit) Var. Manuf. Cost (900 x unit) COGAS Deduct ending Inventory Variable COGS Variable Operating Cost (600 x 700;800;) Total Variable Costs Contribution Margin Fixed Costs Fixed Manufacturing Costs Fixed Operating Costs Total Fixed Costs Operating Income January February 2013 2013 1750000 2000000 March 2013 3750000 0 900000 900000 -270000 630000 270000 720000 990000 -270000 720000 270000 1125000 1395000 -45000 1350000 420000 1050000 700000 480000 1200000 800000 900000 2250000 1500000 400000 140000 540000 160000 400000 140000 540000 260000 400000 140000 540000 960000 January February 2013 2013 1750000 2000000 March 2013 3750000 Absorption Costing (in $) Revenues ($2500 x unit) http://spa-feui.com @spafeui Kunci Jawaban Mentoring AM COGS Beginning Inventory (Price*Unit) Variable Manuf. Costs Allocated Fixed Manuf. Cost (400*U) COGAS Deduct Ending Inventory (1300*U) Adjustment for Prod. Vol. Variance COGS Gross Margin Operating Costs Variable Operating costs Fixed operating costs Total operating costs Operating income 2 January 0 900000 400000 1300000 -390000 0 910000 840000 390000 720000 320000 1430000 -390000 80000 U 1120000 880000 420000 140000 560000 280000 480000 140000 620000 260000 390000 1125000 500000 2015000 -65000 -100000 F 1850000 1900000 900000 140000 1040000 860000 (Variable (Fixed Manuf. Costs in (Fixed Manuf.costs (Absorption-costing operating income)- Costing OI) = end. Inventory) - in begin. Inventory) 280000
KUNCI JAWABAN REAL ENGLISH KUNCI JAWABAN REAL ENGLISH FORMATIVE TEST 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 D B A C C B D A C B 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 A D A B C C C B B D 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 B D B B D D D C B A FORMATIVE TEST 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 B B A D D A A A D A 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 B D A A D C B A B A FINAL OF FIRST SEMESTER EXAMINATION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 A B A A A A C D A D 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 B D D C A A D D B C 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 C C B C C D C C C C TRY OUT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 B D C A D A D A C B 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 A D C D C B D B B A 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 C D C B A D B A A C 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 A B D D B B D D A C KUNCI JAWABAN LKS WIJAYA KUSUMA FORMATIVE TEST 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 B C B D A C B A D B 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 A C A B B A D D A C II. 1 Albert, Bobby, Sherly and Defina are. Twice. In 2000 at the Sidney 2 Olympics in 2004 at the 2004 Greek Olympics 3 in Perth, Western Australia. Albert and his friends have gotten many wonderfui 4 rewards, a career, a future and many friends all over the world. 5 the synonym of the word "overseas" is "abroa." 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 A A A A D B D A A C FORMATIVE TEST 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
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The design of the All Digital FM Receiver circuit in this project uses Phase Locked Loop (PLL) as the main core. The task of the PLL is to maintain coherence between the input (modulated) signal frequency, ωi and the respective output frequency, ωo via phase comparison. This self-correcting ability of the system also allows the PLL to track the frequency changes of the input signal once it is locked. Frequency modulated input signal is assumed as a series of numerical values (digital signal) via 8-bit of analog to digital conversion (ADC) circuit. The FM Receiver gets the 8 bit signal every clock cycle and outputs the demodulated signal. The All Digital FM Receiver circuit is designed using VHDL, then simulated and synthesized using ModelSim SE 6 simulator and Xilinx ISE 6.3i, respectively. FPGA implementation also provided, here we use Virtex2 device. The real measurement is done using ChipScope Pro 6.3i. The system of All Digital FM Receiver consists of a digital PLL cascaded with digital low pass filter. The block diagram of system is shown in Fig. 1.
TEA5711; TEA5711T AM/FM stereo radio circuit Product speciﬁcation Supersedes data of October 1992 File under Integrated Circuits, IC01 Philips Semiconductors September 1994 Philips Semiconductors Product speciﬁcation AM/FM stereo radio circuit TEA5711; TEA5711T • Designed for simple and reliable printed-circuit board layout FEATURES • Wide supply voltage range: 1.8 or 2.1 to 12 V • High impedance MOSFET input on AM. • Low current consumption: 15 mA at AM, 16 mA at FM • High selectivity with distributed IF gain APPLICATIONS • LED driver for stereo indication • High input sensitivity: 1.6 mV/m (AM), 2.0 µV (FM) for 26 dB S/N • Portable AM/FM stereo radio • Good strong signal behaviour: 10 V/m at AM, 500 mV at FM • Personal headphone radio. • Low output distortion: 0.8% at AM, 0.3% at FM DESCRIPTION • Mini/midi receiver sets • Signal level output The TEA5711 is a high performance Bimos IC for use in AM/FM stereo radios. All necessary functions are integrated: from AM and FM front-end to AM detector and FM stereo output stages. • Soft mute • Signal dependent stereo QUICK REFERENCE DATA SYMBOL
A high-performance FM receiver for audio and digital applicatons This receiver design offers high sensitivity and low distortion for today’s demanding high-signal environments. By Wayne C. Ryder O ne of the fundamental parameters governing radio receiver performance is its sensitivity. This article discusses an FM radio receiver design, called SUPRX, which overcomes sensitivity deficiencies. The approach is to optimize carefully the strong signal wideband characteristics of the receiver front end and mixer. The objective is to maintain front-end weak signal sensitivity when the receiver is subjected to adjacent channel high-level signals. For this article this will be referred to as the “apparent sensitivity” of the radio. Another concern is intermediate frequency (IF) harmonic distortion. As this article suggests, careful selection of components can provide acceptably low levels of distortion. A means for simulating the signal environment in a controlled and repeatable way is also shown, as is a way to make use of this method for the stage and integrated receiver-level evaluation.
AM/FM car radio tuner IC with stereo decoder and intelligent selectivity system (ISS) Features FM-part ■ RF AGC generation by RF and IF detection ■ I/Q mixer for 1st FM IF 10.7MHz with image rejection ■ Mixer for 2nd IF 450kHz ■ Internal 450KHz bandpass filter with bandwidth control by ISS Additional features ■ VCO for world tuning range ■ Fully integrated FM-demodulator with spike cancellation ■ High performance fast PLL for RDS-System ■ IF counter for FM and AM with search stop signal ■ Quality detector for level, deviation, adjacent channel and multipath ■ ISS (intelligent selectivity system) for cancellation of adjacent channel and noise influences ■ Adjacent channel mute ■ Fully electronic alignment ■ All functions I2C-Bus controlled LQFP80 AM-part ■ Wide and narrow AGC generation ■ Mixer for 1st IF 10.7MHz, AM upconversion ■ Mixer for 2nd IF 450kHz, AM downconversion ■ Integrated AM-demodulator ■ AM IF- and audio noise blanking Stereodecoder ■ PLL with adjustment free, fully integrated VCO ■ Automatic pilot dependent mono/stereo switching ■ Programmable ROLL-OFF compensation ■ High cut and stereo blend-characteristics programmable ■ Dedicated RDS-mute ■ Internal noise blanker with several threshold controls...
The purpose of these diagrams is to graphically explain the overall operation of AM, PM, and FM communications systems using very little mathematics. This explanation is accomplished by tracing a simple sinusoidal signal through all stages of each system. Although students who are "mathematically challenged" will find these diagrams very helpful, most students who are beginning the study of electrical communications systems can benefit from these same diagrams. More advanced courses can also use these diagrams as a basis on which to organize and present abstract mathematics. ● S tudents: M. B. Suranga Perera, Nikolay Ostrovskiy and Johnny Lam. They produced the professional graphics in these vector art diagrams and created the pages. To pay these students, the following persons or organizations at NYCCT generously offered financial advice or funds: The unique features of these diagrams are the following: presenting the signal in both the time domain and frequency domain together at each stage of the communication process ● using a color code to show the distribution of information in the signals in both the time domain and frequency domain simultaneously. ● Former Dean Phyllis Sperling of the School of Technology & Design ● ● Former Dean Annette Schaefer of the School of Arts and Sciences ● Professor Joseph Rosen, head of the Freshman Year Program at NYCCT and current acting Dean of the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences The history of preparing this booklet is a long one. Before beginning the arduous work of producing these diagrams, we inspected about 70 standard textbooks on electrical communications to determine whether we could save ourselves a lot of effort by simply using their diagrams; but none of those books contained the above simultaneous diagrams. Some of the basic ideas underlying these diagrams were presented by us in 2001 at a conference of FIE (Frontiers In Education) in Reno, Nevada. Completion of this booklet took about three more years of devoted labor, research, and collaboration. Ms. Jewel Escobar, Executive Director of NYCCT Foundation