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DVG-6004S VOIP Gateway User Manual - D-Link

The stand-alone VoIP Gateway carries both voice and facsimile over the IP network. It supports SIP industry standard call control protocol to be compatible with free registration services or VoIP service providers’ systems. It works in two different modes: UA (User Agent) or Server. As a standard user agent, it is compatible to all well-known Soft Switches and SIP proxy servers. While running the optional server software, the gateway can be configured to establish a private VoIP network over the Internet without a 3rd party SIP Proxy Server. The gateway can be seamlessly integrated to existing network by connecting to a phone set, PBX, key telephone system, fax machine or PSTN line. With only a broadband connection such as ADSL bridge/router, Cable Modem or leased line router, it allows you to gain access to voice and fax services over the IP in order to reduce the cost of international and long distance calls. In addition, the in-built 4 ports Ethernet switch supports comprehensive Internet gateway functions to accommodate other PCs or IP devices to share the same broadband stream. QoS function allows voice and data traffic to flow through where voice traffic is transmitted in the highest priority. With TOS bit enabled, it guarantees voice packets to have first priority to pass through a TOS enabled router. With the support of DDNS, it makes the gateway reachable by its domain name where the ISP dynamically assigns the IP address. It helps users to host a web site or mail server in a PPPoE or DHCP network. By enabling the CDR function & setting up a simple server, administrators are allowed to log in and view all call records such as call duration, time and date of calls and latency. The gateway can be assigned with a fixed IP address or by DHCP, PPPoE. It adopts the G.711, G.726, G.729A or G.723.1 voice compression format to save the network bandwidth while providing real-time and toll quality voice. In addition, in the event that the power supply fails or Internet connection is lost, the gateway can automatically divert the FXS end to the PSTN network on the FXO port so users can still use the conventional PSTN line to make calls. This feature is especially useful while dialing emergency calls (i.e. 911)

Quartus II Introduction Using Schematic Design - FTP - Altera

This tutorial presents an introduction to the Quartus R II CAD system. It gives a general overview of a typical CAD flow for designing circuits that are implemented by using FPGA devices, and shows how this flow is realized in the Quartus II software. The design process is illustrated by giving step-by-step instructions for using the Quartus II software to implement a very simple circuit in an Altera FPGA device. The Quartus II system includes full support for all of the popular methods of entering a description of the desired circuit into a CAD system. This tutorial makes use of the schematic design entry method, in which the user draws a graphical diagram of the circuit. Two other versions of this tutorial are also available, which use the Verilog and VHDL hardware description languages, respectively. The last step in the design process involves configuring the designed circuit in an actual FPGA device. To show how this is done, it is assumed that the user has access to the Altera DE2 Development and Education board connected to a computer that has Quartus II software installed. A reader who does not have access to the DE2 board will still find the tutorial useful to learn how the FPGA programming and configuration task is performed. The screen captures in the tutorial were obtained using the Quartus II version 8.0; if other versions of the software are used, some of the images may be slightly different. Contents: Typical CAD Flow Getting Started Starting a New Project Schematic Design Entry Compiling the Design Pin Assignment Simulating the Designed Circuit Programming and Configuring the FPGA Device Testing the Designed Circuit 1 Computer Aided Design (CAD) software makes it easy to implement a desired logic circuit by using a programmable logic device, such as a field-programmable gate array (FPGA) chip. A typical FPGA CAD flow is illustrated in Figure 1.

Microsoft PowerPoint Advanced
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CREATED BY: ANNE MARIE ESPINOZA|| TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S|| ABOUT CREATING PRESENTATIONS|| Open Microsoft PowerPoint .....6 Blank .......... 7 Existing Presentation.......... 7 About Design Template .............7 About Layouts .......... 7 Templates with Suggested Content .......... 7 A Template on a Web Site.......... 7 A Template on Microsoft.com .......... 7 Slide Design ......8 Title Slide............. 8 Add a New Slide......... 9 Inserting Slides ...........10 HYPERLINKING SLIDES|| About Hyperlinks and Action Buttons...... 11 Create a Hyperlink .......... 12 Edit a Hyperlink............................. 13 Screen Tips with Hyperlinks............... 14 Insert an Action Button ................... 15-18 Emphasize a Hyperlink with Highlighting or a Sound ............. 19 Assign a Hyperlink to a Toolbar Button .................. 20-21 Remove a Hyperlink, but not the Text or Object That Represents It...... 21 Remove a Hyperlink and the Text or Object that Represents It ......... 22 Create a Table of Contents Slide that Links to Custom Shows ........ 22-26 Create a Hyperlink to a specific slide in another Presentation .......... 27-28 Create an e-Mail Hyperlink.......................... 29-30 ABOUT WORKING ON A CHART|| Create a new chart in PowerPoint ....... 31 Modify & Animate a Chart ...................32-33 ABOUT TABLES|| Inserting a Table in PowerPoint ......... 34-35 Inserting Table from another program as a linked object or an embedded object .... 36 What is a linked object?.................... 36 What is an Embedded Object? ................. 36 Inserting Table from another program as a linked object ............ 37-38 Inserting Table from another program as an embedded object .........39-40 FLOW CHARTS|| Draw a Flowchart................... 41 Arrange Objects Equal Distances from Each Other..... 42 Add Connectors Between each of the Shapes ........ 43 Add Text to the Shapes ..................... 44 Change the Line Color to the Connectors ..... 44 Change the Line Style to the Connectors........ 45 ABOUT INSERTING TEXT INTO YOUR PRESENTATION|| Text in Word or Rich-Text Format ......... 46-47 VIDEO|| Insert a movie (or video) .......48-49 Resize a Movie............................ 50-51 Loop a Sound or Movie ................ 52-53 Hide Sound Icon During a Slide Show............ 54 SET TIMINGS FOR A SLIDE SHOW|| Set Timings Manually ..................... 55 Record Timings While you Rehearse................. 56 Set up a presentation to start automatically ........ 57 Set up a presentation to run in a continuous loop..... 58 Changes Tracked in PowerPoint............... 59 About Working with Different Versions of PowerPoint ..... 60 ABOUT DELIVERING PRESENTATIONS|| On-Screen Presentations ........... 62 Online Presentations .................63 Overhead Transparencies......... 64 Paper Printouts ........... 64 Notes, Handouts and Outlines........... 65-67 Office of Instructional Technology ©2006

Microsoft Publisher Manual of Instructions

All text has a style applied, and the styles contain all font, paragraph, and list formatting. Only scheme colors are used in styles; where necessary, new scheme color palettes and font pairings have been created. All styles are associated with a color scheme and font pairing. Only fonts that ship with your version of Windows and the Microsoft Office system are used. Any styles that were created or modified but not used have been deleted. Paragraph and character formatting Paragraphs are not manually formatted, and line spacing has not been created by inserting paragraph marks. Paragraph-level formatting is used throughout. Where character styles are used, they are clearly labeled for their use within the template and within a paragraph. Text boxes, tables, and Unless the size is important to the design of a template, all text building blocks boxes are formatted to resize automatically. Design elements or content placeholders that you or customers might use more than once are implemented using building blocks. Any building blocks used in the template are added to the appropriate Building Blocks Gallery and are saved to the template file itself. All text boxes and tables are positioned relative to the margin guides, and are formatted to flow or to not flow contents, as appropriate. For tables, heading rows are set to repeat, if appropriate to the design and if text can flow across more than one page. Pictures, clip art, and shapes Inserted images are in JPEG, PNG or EMF format for best results. Images have a resolution of 72 dpi for on-screen use and 150200 dpi if they will be printed. Images have been sized and cropped prior to being inserted into the template. Images may be freely distributed and are not protected by a trademark or copyright. All pictures and photos have alt text. All shapes and AutoShapes are associated with theme colors. Page design Margins are set to no less than 0.4'' on all sides, and no text, objects, or page borders should extend past the 0.4'' margin requirement. Template is set to print on standard paper sizes. Page colors are not used unless template is intended for online use only. Text Spelling and grammar are correct. Placeholder and sample text is used consistently within the template and meet the legal naming guidelines. Content controls and macros Templates containing macros have been submitted unsigned for Microsoft to review and digitally sign. Submission requirements Template is in .pub format. Template file name conforms to 12.4 naming convention and contains no special characters other than alphanumeric characters, hyphens, and underscores. Template title is no more than 32 characters, uses sentence caps, and uses only nouns and modifiers. Template description is no more than 160 characters and describes the purpose of the template succinctly. Template pages are titled correctly and display correctly in print preview. Replacing text and images does not adversely affect the publication layout, and pages are easy to read with good contrast when printed. Template has been saved with track changes and formatting marks turned off, in Print Layout view in a maximized window. Zoom is set to 100% (or whatever setting best displays the template contents for editing); for letters, zoom is set to Page Width.

Microsoft PowerPoint: 2007 Print Tutorial - San Francisco State ...

Thank you for taking time to assess and remediate your PowerPoint presentations. Microsoft PowerPoint is a popular application for creating dynamic presentations. Presentations created within PowerPoint can contain text, graphics, audio, video, and more. Due to the visual nature of PowerPoint presentations, ensuring accessibility in your presentations will require organization, sequencing, logic and flow between visual elements. By following the steps contained in this introductory tutorial you will help meet the needs of a diverse student body. These guidelines were written for the 2007 version of Microsoft Office PowerPoint. Topics covered in this tutorial include creating accessible PowerPoint through the use of slide layouts, alternate text for images, the notes pane, charts and graphs and hyperlinks. Resources related to accessible documents are listed at the end of this tutorial. Prerequisites Individuals using this tutorial should have basic computer skills and the ability to work with the Windows operating system. Objectives After completing this training you should be able to: Define what makes a PowerPoint accessible Build a presentation using slide layouts Add alternative text to describe graphics contained in PowerPoint presentations Use notes pane to interpret complex images, flow charts, tables and captions for audio Create charts, graphs and tables with the PowerPoint application Locate resources to convert PowerPoint to accessible HTML, Lecshare and PDF files How to use this Document Each section is divided by headings. Within the headings, directions are written as a numbered list. Within each list, the names of menu items are bolded for quick reading. Screen shots and diagrams are labeled for each step. Individual pages have Tip boxes to include additional information not included in the steps. Resources are included at the end of the document.

Pump System Products - Parker
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Whether the fuel filter/water separator is frame or engine-mounted, Racor brushless filter pumps offer the industry’s most advanced and robust electronic fuel management systems. Important system benefits include the possibility of variable flow fuel delivery and monitoring of the entire fuel system… even when the engine is not running. No more fuel leak-back issues, no more hard starts. This is the next generation of fuel management and conditioning, for the next generation of diesel engines. The Racor sensorless Digital Signal Processor (DSP) controller allows for precise fuel flow management and diagnostics tailored to customer specifications using flexible software routines. Precision control of fuel flow, current draw, motor rpm, and system pressure is possible using the internal DSP and/or with input from the Electronic Control Unit (ECU). DSP technology provides peripheral capabilities such as fault isolation and reporting of critical system parameters – in short, total fuel management for optimum engine performance. • Fixed speed operation – flow does not vary with load Most electric DC motors use carbon “brushes” to conduct the electrical current to the “commutator” that serves to sequentially polarize the motor windings and induce rotation. Racor’s brushless DC motor windings are sequentially polarized to rotate the pump shaft by high speed electronic switching, controlled by a DSP, not by brushes rubbing and making sparks on a metallic commutator. No brushes means nothing to wear out, and no possibility of brush debris in the fuel. Brushless motors are more efficient than brushed motors and have unsurpassed reliability and long life. The brushless motor’s shaft directly drives the gerotor gear, creating a unique, positive displacement pump assembly. • Variable speed operation – controlled by input signal from ECU • Built-in test and diagnostics with output signal capability • Design proven up to 26V DC, 10A continuous power • Automotive rated electronics inside the fuel pump • Resistant to vibration and can be engine mounted • Low current sleep mode eliminates need for a relay • 8-pole, 9-slot configuration • Flexible software to tailor control algorithms to customer needs • Rotor: cylindrical magnet and rotor • Rotor rotates outside stator

Science Buddies: Sample Science Fair Research Paper

Which Battery Is Better? Batteries come in many shapes and sizes. Some are no larger than a pill while others are too heavy to lift, but most batteries have one thing in common-they store chemical energy and change it into electrical energy. The cell is the basic unit that produces electricity. A battery has 2 or more cells, but people often use the word battery when talking about a single cell, too, like a dry cell. A dime-sized battery in a watch is a cell. Cells act like pumps to force electrons to flow along conductors (DK Science 150). “The electrical force of a cell or battery is called its electromotive force (emf). This force, which makes electrons flow around a circuit, is measured in units called volts (v.). Each kind of cell has a particular emf. A dry cell, for example, has an emf of 1.5 volts” (DK Science 150). Another way to measure a battery is by how much current it can provide. Current measures how many electrons flow through the cell. The unit used to measure current is amps. A common cell has several important parts: the positive terminal and electrode, the negative terminal and electrode, and the electrolyte, which is between the two electrodes. The positive electrode is made out of a carbon rod. Powdered carbon and manganese oxide prevents hydrogen from forming on the carbon rod, which would stop the cell from working normally. The negative electrode is made out of zinc, which serves, as a case for the cell. Electrons flow from the negative terminal through a wire in the device the battery is powering into the positive terminal (Learning Center).

Printing from the Epson 3800 (PDF) - Art and Design

How to Print on the Epson Stylus Pro 3800 from Adobe InDesign CS5 Last modified 04/14/11 1. Select your paper size. a. Click the Setup tab (left-¬‐hand side of the menu). b. Set the paper size you are using. Make sure to select the proper tray! Selecting just the paper type (i.e. US Letter) will print from the normal tray. Selecting ‘Manual Tray’ (i.e. US Letter – Manual’) will print form the very back tray (should only be used for fine art or very thick papers like cardboard, cardstock is OK out of the normal tray). c. You can also set the paper size or custom paper size from the ‘Page Setup’ menu in the bottom left corner. d. (Optional based on your print): Scale the image to 100%, select “Constrain Proportions” and set the “Page Position” to “Centered.” Or ‘Scale to Fit,’ but this option may stretch/compact your image! 2. Select the General tab on the menu sidebar. a. Print one page at a time by selecting “Range.” 3. Select the Color Management tab. a. Next to “Printer Profile” select the proper paper profile for your paper! This must be set for proper results! Use the chart to the left of the printer for paper types and corresponding profile name. If you are unsure use “Pro38 EMP.” 4. Click the “Printer…” button at the bottom of the window. 5. Select “Printer Settings” from the dropdown menu. a. Set the media type (paper) you are using. This should correspond to the paper profile you selected in step 3. If you are unsure use ‘Enhanced Matte Paper’ b. Set the “Color Mode” to off. c. Set the output resolution to 720 dpi, 1440 dpi, or 2880 dpi depending on paper and image quality. For text heavy documents use a lower dpi, for high resolution images/graphics on a quality (i.e. thicker) paper use a higher dpi. 6. Load your paper and adjust the gray slider securely next to the paper. Select “Print” to print your document Note: This printer will print the top of your document first, face up on the paper (i.e. it will print on the side of the paper facing you).

Printing from the Epson 3800 (PDF) - Art and Design

How to Print on the Epson Stylus Pro 3800 from Adobe InDesign CS5 Last modified 04/14/11 1. Select your paper size. a. Click the Setup tab (left-¬‐hand side of the menu). b. Set the paper size you are using. Make sure to select the proper tray! Selecting just the paper type (i.e. US Letter) will print from the normal tray. Selecting ‘Manual Tray’ (i.e. US Letter – Manual’) will print form the very back tray (should only be used for fine art or very thick papers like cardboard, cardstock is OK out of the normal tray). c. You can also set the paper size or custom paper size from the ‘Page Setup’ menu in the bottom left corner. d. (Optional based on your print): Scale the image to 100%, select “Constrain Proportions” and set the “Page Position” to “Centered.” Or ‘Scale to Fit,’ but this option may stretch/compact your image! 2. Select the General tab on the menu sidebar. a. Print one page at a time by selecting “Range.” 3. Select the Color Management tab. a. Next to “Printer Profile” select the proper paper profile for your paper! This must be set for proper results! Use the chart to the left of the printer for paper types and corresponding profile name. If you are unsure use “Pro38 EMP.” 4. Click the “Printer…” button at the bottom of the window. 5. Select “Printer Settings” from the dropdown menu. a. Set the media type (paper) you are using. This should correspond to the paper profile you selected in step 3. If you are unsure use ‘Enhanced Matte Paper’ b. Set the “Color Mode” to off. c. Set the output resolution to 720 dpi, 1440 dpi, or 2880 dpi depending on paper and image quality. For text heavy documents use a lower dpi, for high resolution images/graphics on a quality (i.e. thicker) paper use a higher dpi. 6. Load your paper and adjust the gray slider securely next to the paper. Select “Print” to print your document Note: This printer will print the top of your document first, face up on the paper (i.e. it will print on the side of the paper facing you).

Apple: iPod Touch User Guide for iOS 4.3 Software - Support

||IPOD TOUCH USER GUIDE For iOS 4.3 Software CONTENTS:|| • iPod touch overview • Accessories • Buttons • Status icons • What you need • Setting up iPod touch • Connecting iPod touch to your computer • Connecting to the Internet • Setting up mail and other accounts • Apple ID • Managing content on your iOS devices • iCloud • Syncing with iTunes • Viewing this user guide on iPod touch • Using apps • Customizing the Home screen • Typing • Dictation • Voice Control • Searching • Notifications • Sharing • Connecting iPod touch to a TV or other device • Printing with AirPrint • Bluetooth devices • File sharing • Security features • Battery • What is Siri? • Using Siri • Restaurants • Movies • Sports • Dictation • Correcting Siri • Getting music • Playing music • Cover Flow • Podcasts and audiobooks • Playlists • Genius • Siri and Voice Control • iTunes Match • Home Sharing • Music settings • Sending and receiving messages • Managing conversations • Sending photos, videos, and more • Messages settings • At a glance • iSight camera and LED flash • Viewing, sharing, and printing • Editing photos and trimming videos • Viewing photos and videos • Organizing photos and videos • Photo Stream • Sharing photos and videos • Printing photos • At a glance • Playing with friends • Game Center settings • Reading mail • Sending mail • Organizing mail • Printing messages and attachments • Mail accounts and settings • At a glance • Working with multiple calendars • Sharing iCloud calendars • Calendar settings • Finding locations • Getting directions • 3D and Flyover • Maps settings • At a glance • Sharing voice memos with your computer • At a glance • Changing the browse buttons • At a glance • Deleting apps • At a glance • Adding contacts • Contacts settings • 100 Chapter 29:  iBooks • 100 At a glance • 101 Reading books • 102 Organizing the bookshelf • Accessibility features • VoiceOver • Siri • Triple-click Home • Zoom • Large Text • Invert Colors • Speak Selection • Speak Auto-text • Mono Audio • Assignable tones • Guided Access • AssistiveTouch • Widescreen keyboards • Voice Control • Closed captioning • Accessibility in OS X • Airplane mode • Wi-Fi ...

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