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The research reported in this document was made possible through support extended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Research Laboratory of Electronics, jointly by the Army Signal Corps, the Navy Department (Office of Naval Research), and the Army Air Forces (Air Materiel Command), under the Signal Corps Contract No. W-36-039 sc-32037. An analysis of impulse noise in an ideal (amplitude insensitive) FM receiver has indicated that the effect of impulse noise should be negligible. From the analysis additional transient functions of a limiter are inferred. These functions are shown to be approximated by two germanium crystals paralleled with reversed polarities. Experimental results are shown in the form of oscillograms. It is a generally accepted fact today that frequency modulation (FM) is a realizable means of faithfully transmitting intelligence, and one which offers many advantages and improvements over amplitude modulation (AM). The development of FM, extending back to approximately the beginning of this century, has not been an easy task. One of the more important problems has been the development of a successful FM receiver. This hurdle has been responsible, more than any other single factor, for the failure of many early attempts to use FM, and, in fact, today still presents a reduced, but definite, limitation of the FM system. The difficulty in realizing a satisfactory FM receiver can in general be narrowed down to the development of its two basic component parts - the limiter and the TI detector, since, with the exception of these two elements, the FM receiver may be considered similar to the conventional AM receiver.
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Cisco Connected Mobile Experiences Industry Scenarios Big Buy Electronics Store Shopper Facing • Brian wants to buy an HDTV for his home. He travels to Big Buy Electronics Store where he’s a loyal shopper. When he enters Big Buy, he’s welcomed with a greeting via push notification from his loyalty app on his personal, Wi-Fi-enabled mobile device (such as a smartphone or tablet): “Welcome back Brian. What would you like to find today?” • Brian types “HDTV” into his loyalty app. The loyalty app presents Brian with a list of five different options: -- HD TV Home Theater (providing services and sound system — a higher-margin product for the retailer) -- HD TV for Your Living Room -- HD TV Recorder -- HD TV Accessories (such as cables and mounting brackets) Imagine What’s Possible Personalization. It’s what builds stronger, longer customer relationships. Cisco® Connected Mobile Experiences lets you connect to your customers and deliver relevant content that’s personalized for their preferences and real-time indoor location. These experiences are decidedly different in different industries. A shopper in a retail store clearly values a different experience than a hotel guest or hospital patient. The value of Connected Mobile Experiences is the ability to personalize that experience for the customer and provide a business innovation platform to customize the experience by industry. Following is a sampling of what’s possible with this innovative Cisco technology and the growing ecosystem of third-party app providers. While not all of the apps are built to deliver these capabilities, the essential location data, interfaces, and developers’ tools are. Your imagination is the only limit.
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rated in between the rubber keypad and the circuitry layer, which will enable a good tactile feel even with small keys and minimal travel distances. This option,. Conductive rubber keypads were developed nearly 30 years ago as a means to provide a less expensive momentary switch. This molded keypad alternative has grown in popularity as they can be made to look and feel like traditional mechanical switches while eliminating some of their inherent disadvantages. Like membrane switches, elastomeric keypads can be made to resist moisture and other harsh environmental conditions while providing a very user friendly interface. There are two ways to achieve multiple base colors. The first and most common is the bleed technique, which involves inserting multiple colored rubbers in the mold tool. These rubbers are allowed to bleed together in between color regions and result in an uneven transition between colors. This technique is typically used in conjunction with a bezel that covers where the colors bleed together. The other technique involves pre-molding keys in different colors and inserting them in the mold tool during the molding process. This process results in clean transitions of colors for different keys. This technique is most commonly used where the base material will be exposed. Because pre-molding keys is a multiple step process, this technique is more costly than of bleeding the colors together.
Enabling MACRO in Excel 2010. 1. Launch Excel and start on a new worksheet. 2. Click File on the menu bar in the upper left hand corner. 3. Select Options ... Enabling MACRO in Excel 2010 1. Launch Excel and start on a new worksheet. 2. Click File on the menu bar in the upper left hand corner. 3. Select Options from the left hand menu. 4. Select Trust Center from the left hand menu. 5. Click on the Trust Center Settings button located on the middle right side of the page. 6. 7. 8. 9. Select Macro Settings on the left hand navigation menu. Select Disable all macros with notification from the Macro Settings list. Click the OK button to apply the change and exit the menu. Exit the menu and get back to the blank worksheet. 10. Open the Fleet Calculator. 11. In the Security Warning bar, click the Enable Content button. 12. In the Security Options dialog box, click the Yes button. Enabling MACRO in Excel 2007 1. Launch Excel and start on a new worksheet. 2. Click the Microsoft Logo on the upper left hand corner. 3. Click the Excel Options button at the bottom of the drop down menu.
Preparation This sheet must be read completely to: 1. Provide assistance/clarification to the installer. 2. Avoid causing injury to installer, customer, end user, or others. 3. Prevent damage to motorcycle and/or accessory. 4. Prevent death to customer or other vehicle operators. Installer: Please forward this sheet to the customer after reviewing it. 3. If so equipped, place the motorcycle on its center stand on solid, level ground. CAUTION: 1. Never route wires or install components that interfere with the operation of the forks, handlebars, brake/clutch levers or any other operational function of the motorcycle. 2. When adding electrical accessories, always disconnect the battery and properly fuse new electronics. It is virtually impossible for us to be able to address every possible situation an installer or user will encounter. This requires both to exercise due diligence and to apply some level of common sense. If you have any question or problem during the installation, please contact us as necessary. Read the instructions completely prior to installation. 90% of questions we receive could be answered simply by reading the instructions in their entirety. Phone support will always provide the quickest response. WARNING: 1. Allow the motorcycle to cool prior to installation. Important Information in our instructions will be provided in the following manner: 4. Never allow your accessories to cause distractions to remove your focus off the bikes operation. Never forget that this is a high-risk sport - don't make it a higher risk when you don't have to. 5. Never allow your accessories to cause distractions to others on the road. SHOP TIP: this is information we have gathered from hands-on installs or customer feedback. NOTE: important information regarding the installation. CAUTION: failure to follow instructions could result in damage to motorcycle and/or accessory. WARNING: failure to follow instructions could result in injury or death of operator and/or passenger or others. NOTE: 1. "Left", "Right", "Front" and "Rear" are described from the seated position of the bike. 2. Use of owners manual or service manual is recommended for installation. 2. When operating engine, allow adequate ventilation. 3. Never route wires or install components that interfere with the operation of the forks, handlebars, brake/clutch levers or any other operational function of the motorcycle.
RESET Button—There are two ways to reset the access point to the .... seconds, it falls back to the following default static IP address: 192.168.1.245 and a. Cisco Small Business WAP4410N Wireless-N Access Point with Power Over Ethernet Cisco and the Cisco logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. To view a list of Cisco trademarks, go to this URL: www.cisco.com/go/trademarks. Third-party trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners. The use of the word partner does not imply a partnership relationship between Cisco and any other company. (1110R) © 2012 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Document Revision Number OL-19774-02
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