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Originaldokument Rücktrittsschreiben Rheinberger 06.10.1877 An die sehr geehrte Vorstandschaft des Oratorienvereins in München Durch Übernahme einer neuen Stellung und den damit verbundenen musikalischen Verpflichtungen bin ich leider genöthigt, die musikalische Direction des Oratorienvereins niederzulegen. Wie schwer es mir wird, dadurch ein Band zu lösen, das seit nahezu 23 Jahren bestand,- indem ich zehn Jahre als Repetitor und dreizehn Jahre als Dirigent dem Verein im buchstäblichen Sinne angehörte,- kann ich gar nicht sagen; und doch drängt es mich, hier auszusprechen, wie mir die Freundschaft der geehrten Vorstände - und die so oft bewiesene Anhänglichkeit der Vereinsmitglieder immer eine theure und treue Erinnerung sein wird. Wenn auch mit meinem Rücktritt vielleicht eine momentane Störung in der Im Text erwähnte Personen Im Text erwähnte Köperschaften Themen Wirksamkeit des Vereins eintreten sollte, bin ich doch fest überzeugt, dass dieselbe mit der Einsicht und der Energie des neuzuwählenden Dirigenten glücklich überwunden wird. Und nun bitte ich, dem gesamten Vereine mit meinem Lebewohl meinen tiefsten Dank für sein langjähriges, in so manchem Concerte bewährtes Vertrauen aussprechen zu wollen und die Überzeugung zu fassen, dass ich, wo es immer möglich ist, gern bereit bin, den Interessen des Vereins förderlich zu sein. In vollkommener Hochachtung Einer geehrten Vorstandschaft ganz ergebener Josef Rheinberger München den 6.10.1877
Warning: When working on, under, or around any vehicle exercise caution. Please allow the vehicle's exhaust system to cool before removal, as exhaust system temperatures may cause severe burns. If working without a lift, always consult vehicle manual for correct lifting specifications. Always wear safety glasses and ensure a safe work area. Serious injury or death could occur if safety measures are not followed. Step 1:(Carefully read all instructions before installation) Begin the removal process of your OEM system by first unbolting the inlet flange from the catalytic converter. Working front to rear unbolt the system and remove all welded hangers from the rubber isolators. The OEM exhaust can now be removed. During the removal process be sure not to damage the mounting hardware as it will be needed to mount your new MAGNAFLOW system. Step 2: Install your new exhaust system by first bolting the flange of the Inlet Pipe Assembly to the outlet of the catalytic converter using the OEM hardware. Slip the inlet of the Y-pipe Assembly over the outlet of the inlet pipe assembly using the supplied 3.0" clamp, locating the welded hanger to the rubber isolator. Mount both Muffler Assemblies in the same fashion using the supplied 3.0" clamps. Step 3: With all components mounted loosely, adjust the system for overall aesthetics and clearance of frame & bodywork. (MAGNAFLOW recommends at least 1/2" of clearance between the exhaust system and any body panels to prevent heat-related body damage or fire.) Step 4: Once a final position has been chosen for the new system, evenly tighten all fasteners from front to rear. The supplied band clamps must be VERY tight to properly align the pipes and prevent leaks (Approximately 40ft-lbs). U-bolt clamps should be tightened to approximately 30-35ft-lbs. Inspect all fasteners after 25-50 miles of operation and retighten if necessary.
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Comparison of WiMAX coverage at 450MHz and 3.5GHz Tomaz Javornik, Gorazd Kandus, Andrej Hrovat, Igor Ozimek Department of Communication Systems Jozef Stefan Institute, Jamova 39 Ljubljana, Slovenia tomazJavornikijssi, gorazd.kandus Abstract In this paper we calculate, analyze and compare area covered by radio signal based on WiMAX standard at two carrier frequencies, namely 450MHz and 3.5GHz in flat rural, hilly rural and urban environment. The channel model proposed by WiMAX forum has been applied as path loss model at 3.5GHz for cell coverage prediction, while at 450MHz the Longley-Rice model for rural areas and Okumura Hata channel models for urban area is used. The cell size prediction strongly suggests to limit the 3.5GHz frequency band to urban areas, where the higher system capacity is required, while in rural areas the 450MHz carrier frequency provide good compromise between coverage and system capacity. -the Index Terms- HPA, WiMAX, system capacity, calculation coverage The provision of Internet access and broadband multimedia services to residential users via wireless communication systems attracted an increasing interest of the research community, service providers and the telecommunication industry. The WiMAX specifications , which are a subset of IEEE 802.16 standard, seems to be the winner for providing a wireless access in urban, suburban and rural environment with non line of sight (NLOS) propagation, thus in a harsh multipath propagation environment. The WiMAX specification proposes 256 orthogonal frequency division multiplex (OFDM) approach to cope with expected channel impairments. Among all subcarriers only 192 of them carry information. 27 upper and 28 lower carriers are used as a frequency guard band, and 8 subcarriers transmit the pilot tones. The DC carrier is not used. Various modulation schemes, namely BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM and 64-QAM, can be selected per each user to guarantee the target BER. In addition, the three types of codes are foreseen: *concatenated Reed-Solomon (RS) and convolutional code, *concatenated RS code and parity bit check code or *turbo code. Among them the first concatenated code is mandatory the other two are optional. The specified guard time ratios are sufficient for propagation delays in all typical environments. The frequency bands allocated for WiMAX system at 2.5GHz, 3.5GHz and 5.8MHz with EIRP around 3OdBm and I. firstname.lastname@example.org @ijs.si
STRAYER UNIVERSITY AND CYPRESS-FAIRBANKS EDUCATIONAL PROFESSIONALS MASTERS PROGRAMS AND CONCENTRATIONS Concentrations for Strayer University’s Master of Education degree program: • ADULT EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT • CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION, AND ASSESSMENT • INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY* • TEACHER LEADERSHIP* Concentrations for Strayer University’s Master of Business Administration degree program: • ACCOUNTING • ACQUISITION • FINANCE • HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION • HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT • HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT** • INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT • INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT • PROFESSIONAL STUDIES • PROJECT MANAGEMENT • PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION FOR ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS AND CONCENTRATIONS VISIT: WWW.STRAYER.EDU |Northwest Houston Campus | 10940 W. Sam Houston Pkwy N., Suite 200| Houston, TX 77064 | 281.949.1800| email@example.com| Katy Campus| |14511 Old Katy Rd., Suite 200| Houston, TX 77079 | 281.619.9200 firstname.lastname@example.org *n Delware, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Tennessee, concentrations Teacher Leadership and Instructional Technology I are called Education Management and Technology in Education. **Curriculum aligns with SHRM guidelines.
NIKON MODIFICATION – for the Canon DSLR PC Serial Port Control Cable By: Joe Zeglinski – March, 2009 As a primary reference, I recommend reading the full original article by Paul Beskeen. “Computerized Shutter Control of Canon DSLR’s” http://www.beskeen.com/projects/dslr_serial/dslr_serial.shtml also: For Nikon: http://www.schneordesign.com/Avi/F100/diy_02.htm This document describes how to make a simple addition to the standard Canon DSLR (300D/10D, etc.) shutter release PC serial port cable, to work with both the Canon DSLR’s as well as the Nikons. All that is required is adding a tiny “pin diode” to the stereo plug, inside its housing. You don’t have to touch the interface circuit itself, or even change the 2-conductor cable, to make this a multi-camera-brand interface. When I originally constructed the serial cable, as designed by Bill Drummond, using the Matthew Chang & Wade Calvert diagram, for their “Opto-Isolator” version, I soon discovered that it would not release a NIKON camera shutter. The problem is that Nikons require the metering circuit (Auto Focus) signal to be present when the shutter release signal fires. My first mod to make it work with my KODAK DCS PRO SLR/n – which is based on a NIKON N80 DSLR body – was only partially successful. I added a short between the AF and Shutter release. The serial port interface did trigger the shutter, but it fired on ANY “half-press” of the shutter release on the camera, or a remote release. This was not a problem with use of programs like DSLR Focus, Images Plus, etc., since both the AF and shutter signal occurred simultaneously. However, it was annoying that I could not use AF to focus the camera lens, since focussing would fire the shutter. The solution was to maintain the AF short for shutter release, but isolate that signal for the duration of the AF signal, until the very last moment when the shutter signal fires. I added a very small glass “pin diode” to the end of the cable, between the formerly unused centre band on the stereo plug, and the plug tip (shutter) tab. Now, I can half-press the shutter release button on the camera to Auto Focus the lens, even with the interface connected to the PC. However, for astro photography, I found it safer to change the DSLR menu, ...
The Birnie Group solar class and website were created with much-appreciated support from the NSF CRCD Program under grants 0203504 and 0509886. Continuing Support from the McLaren Endowment is also greatly appreciated! Amorphous Silicon Solar Cells Slides from Graduate Student Presentation by Robert Ochs in 2004 ‐ mainly Summarizing the chapter entitled “Amorphous Silicon‐based Solar Cells” by X. Deng and E. A. Schiff (2002), in Handbook of Photovoltaic Science and Engineering, edited by A. Luque and S. Hegedus Slides on these other topics might also be of interest (most collected during teaching years 2004 and 2005): http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~dbirnie/solarclass/BandGapandDopingLecture.pdf Band Gap Engineering of Semiconductor Properties http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~dbirnie/solarclass/MultijunctionLecture.pdf Multi‐Junction Solar Device Design http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~dbirnie/solarclass/MBEgrowth.pdf Molecular Beam Epitaxy http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~dbirnie/solarclass/TransparentConductors.pdf Transparent Conductors for Solar http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~dbirnie/solarclass/ARCoatings.pdf Anti‐Reflection Coatings for Solar http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~dbirnie/solarclass/OrganicPV.pdf Organic PV http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~dbirnie/solarclass/DSSC.pdf Dye Sensitized Solar Cells http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~dbirnie/solarclass/MotorPrimerGaTech.pdf Working with Simple DC Motors for Student Solar Projects http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~dbirnie/solarclass/2005ProjectResultsindex.htm Examples of Previous Years’ Student Solar Projects Note: in some cases it may be possible to design custom courses that expand on the above materials (send me email!) Journal Publications of Some Recent Research: (best viewed through department home index: http://mse.rutgers.edu/dunbar_p_birnie_iii) Other Birnie Group Research: Sol-Gel Coating Quality and Defects Analysis (mostly Spin Coating): http://www.coatings.rutgers.edu Solar Research at Rutgers: Broader Overview http://www.solar.rutgers.edu Solar and Electric Vehicles System Projects (early stage emphasis) http://www.rave.rutgers.edu
OBJECTIVEdThe purpose of this study was to determine whether having childhood depressive symptoms is a risk factor that prospectively predicts impairment in glucose homeostasis. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODSdA non–treatment-seeking sample of 115 children (aged 5–13 years), oversampled for being at risk for adult obesity, was assessed at baseline and again ~6 years later. Children self-reported depressive symptoms using the Children’s Depression Inventory at baseline. Insulin resistance was assessed at baseline and follow-up with the homeostasis model assessment of insulin resistance index (HOMA-IR). RESULTSdChildren’s depressive symptoms were a signiﬁcant predictor of follow-up HOMA-IR, fasting insulin, and fasting glucose in models accounting for baseline HOMA-IR, insulin, or glucose values; sex; race; baseline age; baseline BMI; change in BMI at follow-up; family history of type 2 diabetes; and time in the study (P , 0.01). CONCLUSIONSdIn this study, depressive symptomatology at baseline predicted the progression of insulin resistance during child and adolescent development independent of changes in BMI. Research is needed to determine whether early intervention to decrease elevated depressive symptoms in youth ameliorates later development of insulin resistance and lessens the risk of type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Care 34:2458–2463, 2011 Worsening insulin resistance, in concert with impaired insulin secretion, is a major physiological precursor of type 2 diabetes. Insulin resistance often develops through excessive gain of body weight or adiposity. Among youth, those who are obese (BMI [kg/m2] $95th percentile) have greater insulin resistance than their nonobese peers. Psychological factors also may play a role in the development of insulin resistance and consequent type 2 diabetes. In particular, evidence from adult studies suggests that symptoms of depression may be a risk factor for insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes, independent of BMI (1). Depressive symptoms and perceived psychosocial stress are positively associated with insulin resistance in women, even after accounting for body weight ...