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User Guide - BlackBerry Z10 Smartphone

BlackBerry Z10 Smartphone Published: 2013-09-26 SWD-20130926111353716 Contents Welcome....................................................................................................................................................... 8 BlackBerry 10: new apps and features........................................................................................................... 9 Getting started.............................................................................................................................................13 Inserting the SIM card, battery, and media card............................................................................................13 Remove the battery door.............................................................................................................................. 13 Insert or remove the SIM card...................................................................................................................... 13 Insert or remove the battery and a media card.............................................................................................. 14 Set up your device........................................................................................................................................15 Home screen at a glance..............................................................................................................................16 Application icons......................................................................................................................................... 16 Notification icons......................................................................................................................................... 19 Scroll and move between items.................................................................................................................... 20 Use a slider..................................................................................................................................................20 Select items.................................................................................................................................................21 Zoom in to or zoom out from the screen........................................................................................................ 22 Move items from one place to another.......................................................................................................... 22 Minimize apps and show your Active Frames................................................................................................ 23 Show the menus.......................................................................................................................................... 23 About BlackBerry ID.................................................................................................................................... 24 Set up a new BlackBerry ID.......................................................................................................................... 24 Using the BlackBerry Voice Control app....................................................................................................... 25 Device Switch.............................................................................................................................................. 26 Before you switch devices............................................................................................................................ 26 Learn what transfer options are available to you............................................................................................26 Make note of your usernames and passwords...

Chronic Toxicity of Synthetic Based Fluid (Parateq©) on growth of three life stages of T. guineensis

This study investigates the growth of three life stages of T. guineensis exposed to different sublethal concentrations of Parateq for 12 weeks in a static renewal bioassay. Parateq a synthetic based Fluid (SBF) was added to water to obtain the following sublethal concentrations 0.32%, 0.63%, 1.25 % and 2.5% vol/vol. Fry (0.64cm –0.65cm/0.52g – 0.55g) fingerlings (5.51cm–5.57cm/5.52g – 5.56g) and Post fingerlings (7.21 - 7.25cm / >10.5g) of T. guineensis were fed with NIOMR Feed. Proximate compositions of the feeds used were evaluated while the carcass composition of the fish was analyzed at the end of the experiment. Growth rates during the 12 weeks period were modest with fish in 2.5% of Parateq gaining the least weight. The highest percent growth rates were obtained from fish in control. The overall growth was significantly different between treatments and control. This study revealed that sublethal concentrations of toxicants will not only cause outright mortality

User Manual
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Table of Contents Package Contents.......................................................................1 System Requirements............................................................1 Features................................................................................. 2 Hardware Overview................................................................3 Connections..................................................................... 3 LEDs and USB Port......................................................... 4 . Installation...................................................................................5 Before you Begin....................................................................5 . Wireless Installation Considerations. ..................................... 6 Wall Mounting Your Device....................................................7 Connect to Cable/DSL/Satellite Modem................................. 8 Connect to Another Router..................................................... 9 Configuration.............................................................................11 Web-based Configuration Utility........................................... 11 Setup Wizard................................................................. 12 Internet Setup................................................................ 16 Dynamic PPPoE........................................................17 Static PPPoE ............................................................18 . Wireless Setup. ............................................................. 20 LAN Setup.....................................................................28 DHCP Server Settings................................................... 29 Time and Date............................................................... 30 Parental Control............................................................. 31 Port Forwarding............................................................. 32 . Filter Rules. ................................................................... 33 Firewall & DMZ.............................................................. 34 Advanced Wireless........................................................ 35 . Advanced Network. ....................................................... 37 Routing..........................................................................38

D-Link G604T Technical Guide - Ask a question - Telecom New ...

In order to establish a connection to the Internet it will be necessary to provide information to the Router that will be stored in its memory. For some users, only their account information (Username and Password) is required. For others, various parameters that control and define the Internet connection will be required. You can print out the two pages below and use the tables to list this information. This way you have a hard copy of all the information needed to setup the Router. If it is necessary to reconfigure the device, all the necessary information can be easily accessed. Be sure to keep this information safe and private. Low Pass Filters Since ADSL and telephone services share the same copper wiring to carry their respective signals, a filtering mechanism may be necessary to avoid mutual interference. A low pass filter device can be installed for each telephone that shares the line with the ADSL line. These filters are easy to install passive devices that connect to the ADSL device and/or telephone using standard telephone cable. Ask your service provider for more information about the use of low pass filters with your installation.

What are the travel restrictions for green card holders - New Jersey ...

During the holiday season many of our clients ask us about travel restrictions. A permanent resident card (green card) is issued to foreign aliens typically for a period of ten years. Some foreign aliens who adjust their status through a marriage to a US citizen spouse may have green cards that are only valid for two years. Before traveling outside the US you must be sure your green card will be valid upon your reentry into the U.S. and that you have evidence that you have not abandoned your intention of residing in the US. The filing of a US Tax Return, proof of residence, driver’s license, US credit cards and bank accounts usually help. Green Card holders are permitted to travel outside the US for a period of up to one (1) year without consequences on their status. However, if a green card holder intends to stays outside the US for more than one (1) year but less than two (2) years the green card holder must apply for a reentry permit before leaving. If the green card holder travels outside the US for more than two (2) years, and a reentry permit was not issued, the green card holder will then need to either obtain a returning resident special immigrant visa upon a showing that he remained outside the U.S. due to circumstances beyond his control, or reapply for a new green card.

Pololu 3pi Robot Simplified Schematic Diagram

2008 Pololu Corporation http://www.pololu.com/. Pololu. Pololu 3pi Robot Simplified Schematic Diagram page 1 of 1 rrc03a. D3a. RED. 2.21k. R26a. PD1. D3b. Pololu 3pi Robot Simplified Schematic Diagram J20 + VBAT 1 2 J7 reverse protection Q1 2 1 VIN POWER R4a 1k R4b 1k AVCC B2 2xAAA U3 PB2 (SS/OC1B) PB0 PB1 PB4 PB5 12 13 16 17 PB0 (CLKO/ICP1) PB1 (OC1A) PB4 (MISO) PB5 (SCK) PD2 PD4 PD7 32 2 11 PD2 (INT0) PD4 (XCK/T0) PD7 (AIN1) 1 3 10 9 15 1 VCC VCC 18 20 PD0 (RXD) PD1 (TXD) 30 31 PC0 (ADC0) PC1 (ADC1) PC2 (ADC2) PC3 (ADC3) PC4 (ADC4/SDA) PC5 (ADC5/SCL) ADC6 ADC7 19 22 VCC PD0 PD1 U4 C22 2.2 nF PC1 R13 220 VCC U5 C23 2.2 nF PC2 R14 ADC6 ADC7 220 J4 VCC VCC R15 10k R16 10k microcontroller U6 C24 2.2 nF 2 1 ATmega168 VBOOST 220 C32 0.1 uF 29 PC6 VCC PC6 (RESET) 33 GND 21 GND 5 GND 3 GND 2 Y1 20 MHz VCC 23 24 25 26 27 28 PB6 (XTAL1/TOSC1) PB7 (XTAL2/TOSC2) C18 0.1 uF C21 2.2 nF PC0 R12 6 4 AVCC AREF PD6 (OC0A/AIN0) PD5 (OC0B/T1) PB3 (MOSI/OC2A) PD3 (OC2B/INT1) 7 8 D6 5V zener VCC AVCC 14 PD6 PD5 PB3 PD3 D1b T1 D1a BLUE GND + BUZZER D5 BLUE VOUT pushbutton power circuit BZ1 L2 10 uH GND VIN VOUT 5.0 V linear regulator R33 1k GND B1 2xAAA BTN2 BTN1 + VIN VOUT 9.25 V boost switching regulator SW1 CHARGE VCC VBOOST PC3 R17 220 VCC C26 0.1 uF VCC VCC PB4 PB5 PC6 LCD1 Vss 1 VDD 2 Vo 3 R18 10k RS 4 R/W 6 PD4 DB0 8 R22 DB2 9 10k DB3 10 DB4 11 PB1 DB5 12 PB4 DB6 13 PB5 DB7 14 PD7 U8 reflectance sensor array and IR LED control 7 DB1 220 PB3 PB0 E 2 4 6 PC4 R19 PD2 5 J1 1 3 5 U7 C25 2.2 nF SW2 RESET AVRISP R25b 2.21k programming connection PD7 R25a 2.21k PD1 R26a 2.21k D4b T1 PC5 D3a RED R21 220 LEDON Q4 D3b T1 VCC VBOOST VCC U9 PB3 PD3 AIN1 AIN2 PWMA PD5 PD6 17 16 15 BIN1 BIN2 PWMB PC6 J6 B C R30 20k R31 20k 1 2 A 8x2 character LCD and user pushbuttons 21 22 23 19 VM1 VM2 VM3 ADC6 R27 1k R28 1k R29 1k R32 20k battery voltage sensing circuit 24 13 14 Vcc 20 AO1 AO1 1 2 AO2 AO2 5 6 BO1 BO1 11 12 BO2 BO2 VBAT LCD8X2 7 8 STBY 18 GND 3 4 9 10 PGND1 PGND1 PGND2 PGND2 C27 0.1 uF MO3 © 2008 Pololu Corporation http://www.pololu.com/ page 1 of 1 M2 MO4 MO2 MO1 M1 TB6612FNG motor driver and motors Pololu R20 220 R23 47k 1 2 R26b 2.21k D4a GREEN VCC J5 C28 0.1 uF rrc03a

Circuit Note - Analog Devices
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Circuits from the Lab™ reference circuits are engineered and tested for quick and easy system integration to help solve today’s analog, mixed-signal, and RF design challenges. For more information and/or support, visit www.analog.com/CN0325. 16-Bit Sigma-Delta ADC, 40nV Noise Quad Isolator with Integrated Transformer Driver and PWM PLC/DCS Universal Analog Input Using Either 4 or 6 Pin Terminal Block EVALUATION AND DESIGN SUPPORT Circuit Evaluation Boards CN0325 Evaluation Board (EVAL-CN0325-SDPZ) System Demonstration Platform (EVAL-SDP-CB1Z) Design and Integration Files Schematics, Layout Files, Bill of Materials CIRCUIT FUNCTION AND BENEFITS The circuit shown in Figure 1 provides two, 16-bit, fully isolated, universal analog input channels suitable for programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and distributed control system (DCS) modules. Both channels are software programmable and support a number of voltage, current ranges and thermocouple, RTD types as specified in Figure 1. The inputs are protected for dc overvoltage conditions of ±30 V. CURRENT: 0-20mA, 4-20mA, ±20mA VOLTAGE: 0-5V, 0-10V, ±5V, ±10V THERMOCOUPLE: Type K, J, T, S RTD: PT100, PT1000...

DVG-5008S VOIP Gateway User Manual - D-Link Latinamérica

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. 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.

VoIP ATA User's Manual - SignalSys
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This document is the User's Guide for Voice-over-IP (VoIP) ATA and IAD. This document covers SP100, SP100X, SP200X, SP200X1S1O, and SP400. Please ignore the router function in the SP100 and SP400 models. The examples and pictures used here are SP200X. Safety Precaution Read these Safety Precautions carefully before you install the SP200X • Read the User Manual before using the SP200X • Keep your User Manual in a safe place • Pay attention to all remarks with warning marks • Check the power voltage in your area • Make sure the power plug is not over burdened, which may cause equipment damage and fire • Keep power cord standard wiring. Do not put anything on it • Keep the equipment in a cool place • Do not use other accessories that are not provided in your package • Prevent thunder damage to the device. During thunderstorms, please UN-PLUG the power cord • Do not disassemble the device • Be careful of the adapter when un-plugging the power cord • Make sure the power switch in turned OFF before you PLUG-IN/UNPLUG the cord • Do not connect the phone port of SP200X to wall jacket • Do not connect SP200X with PBX without help of technical support engineer 2.0 CONFIGURING THE PLATFORM The web interface has two privilege levels: Administrator and User. Both privilege levels are password protected by default. The user names for the Administrator and User are “admin” and “user” respectively. And the default password for both privilege levels is “signalsys”. The major difference between an Administrator and a User is Administrator has full control over the VoIP device while User only has limited control. Here is a screen shot of the login prompt. www.SignalSys.com

Installation Manual - XBlue Networks
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1 Notices ..................................................................................................................... 9 Revision Table ..................................................................................................................................................... 9 Hearing Aid Compatibility ..................................................................................................................................... 9 UL/CSA Safety Compliance ................................................................................................................................... 9 Docmentation Disclosure...................................................................................................................................... 9 FCC Statement .................................................................................................................................................... 10 CE Declaration of Conformity................................................................................................................................ 10 Environment ....................................................................................................................................................... 10 Copyright Notice.................................................................................................................................................. 10 Trademarks......................................................................................................................................................... 11 2 Product Configuration ................................................................................................ 16 LAN vs. WAN....................................................................................................................................................... 16 Things to know about the product ........................................................................................................................ 20 3 System Feature Description Table ............................................................................... 29 XBLUE Networks TOC Access Control - Browser ..................................................................................................................................... 31 Account Code...................................................................................................................................................... 31 Agent (UCD) Logon/Logoff ................................................................................................................................... 31 Alarm ................................................................................................................................................................. 31 Alternate Attendant ............................................................................................................................................. 31 Announcement Only Mailbox ................................................................................................................................ 31 Answer Position................................................................................................................................................... 32 Automated Attendant (Receptionist) (AA).............................................................................................................. 32 Automatic Daylight Savings (NTP)......................................................................................................................... 32 Automatic Hold ................................................................................................................................................... 32 Automatic Line Select (Hot Line)........................................................................................................................... 33 Automatic Provisioning......................................................................................................................................... 33 Automatic Route Select (ARS) .............................................................................................................................. 33 Backlit Display..................................................................................................................................................... 33 Basic Calling........................................................................................................................................................ 33 Busy Call Back..................................................................................................................................................... 33 Busy Lamp Field (BLF) ......................................................................................................................................... 33

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