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IMPORTANT Before starting, compare items on your invoice with items received. Carefully check through packaging material. If any item is missing, please call Crutchfield Technical Support at 1-800-955-9094. Inside... Although reasonable attempts are made to verify the accuracy of the information contained in this MasterSheet, it is presented without warranties or guarantees of any type due to the constantly changing nature of this type of information and running changes in vehicle production. Any person or entity using this information does so at his or its own risk. If you find our instructions are different from your vehicle, or if you have questions, do not continue with your installation. Contact our toll-free technical support for assistance. *0000500021* Page 2-3 Factory Radio Removal 4 factory Receiver Installation (w/ochanger) CD 5 Receiver Installation (with factory CD changer) 6-7 Front Door Speakers 8-9 Rear Door Speakers Phillips Screwdriver Small Flat Blade Screwdriver Panel Tool Drill & 1/8" Bit Tools Required * If you need additional wiring information, visit us online at www.crutchfield.com/support/faq.html Note: At this time, no aftermarket antenna is available from Crutchfield. A replacement antenna may be purchased from a local dealership. R Copyright 2011 Crutchfield Corporation 050 0021 Factory Radio Removal FIGURE 1 FIGURE 2 1. Set parking brake. Gear Shift Trim 2. Before proceeding, eject disc(s) from factory unit if present. Receiver Trimpanel 3. Disconnect negative battery cable to prevent any electrical short. Receiver 4. The gear shift must be moved to the lowest position. This can be done (when the ignition switch is off) by prying up the tab in the top right of the gear shift trim and depressing the exposed button to release the gear shift lever (see Figure 2). 5. Pry around gear shift trim to release clips. Lift trim, disconnect harness and remove (Figure 1). 6. Remove two (2) phillips screws from bottom of receiver trimpanel (Figure 2).
Broader Broadband with WiMAX and WiFi By distributing high-speed Internet access from cable, Digital Subscriber Line (DSL), and other fixed broadband connections within wireless hotspots, WiFi has dramatically increased productivity and convenience. Today, nearly pervasive WiFi delivers high-speed Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) connectivity to millions of offices, homes, and public locations, such as hotels, cafés, and airports. Worldwide, more than 223 million homes have WiFi connections, and there are over 127 million WiFi hotspots.1 The integration of WiFi into notebooks has accelerated the adoption of WiFi to the point where it is nearly a default feature in notebooks. Over 97% of laptops ship with WiFi integrated,2 and an increasing number of handhelds and Consumer Electronics (CE) devices are adding WiFi capabilities. WiMAX takes wireless Internet access to the next level, and over time, could achieve similar attach rates to devices as WiFi. WiMAX can deliver Internet access miles from the nearest WiFi hotspot and blanket large areas—Wide Area Networks (WANs), be they metropolitan, suburban, or rural—with multi-megabit per second mobile broadband Internet access.3 Although the wide area Internet connectivity offered by 2.5 and 3G cellular data services has been mobile, these services do not provide the broadband speeds to which users have become accustomed and that WiMAX can deliver. In the last few years, WiMAX has established its relevance as an alternative to wired DSL and cable, providing a competitive broadband service offering that can be rapidly and cost effectively deployed. Now, Mobile WiMAX, as defined in the Institute of Electrical and...
WiMAX (worldwide interoperability for microwave access) is the commercial name for products based on the IEEE 802.16 standard as trade marked by the WiMAX Forum, an association of companies representing the ecosystem of the WiMAX technology. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is the main body responsible for defining the protocol on which the WiMAX technology is based. IEEE 802 LAN/WAN Standard Committee develops Local Area Network and Metropolitan Area Network standards. The IEEE has designated the number 802.16 for broadband wireless access on which WiMAX is based. While the IEEE standard defines the air interface, the WiMAX Forum has undertaken the task of defining the complete end-to-end network architecture and specifying the system profile to ensure worldwide interoperability of WiMAX equipment. The WiMAX Forum also undertakes the task of certifying vendor equipment as compliant with standard specifications in conjunctions with selected test and certification laboratories. At the current moment, there are two commercial versions of WiMAX: Fixed WiMAX based on IEEE 802.16d (or 802.16-2004, approved in June 2004) and Mobile WiMAX based on IEEE 802.16e2005 (ratified in December 2005). Mobile WiMAX can be used in both fixed and mobile scenarios while Fixed WiMAX does not support mobility features. Mobile WiMAX is a feature rich technology with many aspects for improvements. The current Mobile WiMAX systems are based on so called “Release 1.0 system profile.” There is also a follow on release “Release 1.5 system profile” which includes additional features not available in Release 1.0 such as Frequency Domain Duplexing (FDD) and uplink MIMO (multiple input multiple output) functionality. Release 2.0 system profile is based on a new iteration of the IEEE standard – 802.16m – which is planned to be completed by the end of 2010. Mobile WiMAX is the mainstream technology adopted by numerous wireless access service...
As little as five years ago, brick-and-mortar retail operations, such as specialty bakeries, dry cleaners, and businesses displaying their newest fashions in store windows, hummed along nicely based on a local community of loyal customers
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Europass Curriculum Vitae Personal information First name(s) / Surname(s) Address Telephone(s) E-mail(s) Nationality Date of birth Gender DarkoGrabar Velika Veternička 111, 49255 Novi Golubovec (Croatia) 00 385 42 390 831 Mobile 00 385 99 3390 831 firstname.lastname@example.org Croatian 10 October 1979 Male Work experience Dates Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Dates Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Dates Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Dates Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer 2002 - 2004 Java and PHP developer Development of Java and PHP based Web applications Freelance developer Information And Communication 2004 - 2009 Software developer, head of E-learning Support Center Software design, development and maintenance, E-learning support Faculty of organization and informatics Pavlinska 2, 42000 Varaždin (Croatia) Education 2009 – Head of Software Development Center Software development, ICT support for FOI activities, e-learning support, cooperation with SMEs and involvement in ICT related projects Faculty of organization and informatics Pavlinska 2, 42000 Varaždin (Croatia) Education 2010 – 2012 Senior Expert IPA Kosovo, EU IT Pilot Project in the Field of Education, EuropeAid/127855/D/SER/KOS, European Commission, King ICT: improve the quality and efficiency of education and training services through support in ICT training as well as design and development of eContent, eReadiness report, establishment of an effective ICT education network connecting all beneficiaries and stakeholders at central and local level in Kosovo. European Commission office to Kosovo – IPA project
Table of Contents ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THE TEXT 4-5 1.0. INTRODUCTION 6-7 2.0. POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC CONTEXT 8 3.0. THE STRATEGIC PLAN 9-10 4.0. THE EASTERN CORRIDOR LIVELIHOOD SECURITY PROMOTION PROGRAMME (ECLSPP) 11-19 5.0 GRASSROOTS ECONOMIC LITERACY AND ADVOCACY PROGRAM (GELAP) 20-30 6.0 NETWORKING AND STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP ARRANGEMENTS 31-33 7.0 MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION 34-54 8.0 EXTERNAL AND LOCAL PARTNERS 36 9.0 PERSPECTIVE INTO 2009 37 10.0 FINANCIAL STATEMENT 38 38 3 ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THE TEXT 9.0 ARHR Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights BCCCU Bimbilla Community Coorporate Credit Union CSO Civil Society Organisation PERSPECTIVE INTO 2009 Key projections for 2009 are the following: Consolidate the implementation of the strategic plan Establishment of the SEND financial NGO (SEND FiNGO) Established the Ghana National PM&E Network DHMC District HIPC Monitoring Committee Relocation of Country Director to the national capital DIC District Implementation Committee Institutionalization of the Ghana CSO Platform on the Ghana School ECAMIC Eastern Corridor Agro Marketing Information Centre ECLSPP Eastern Corridor Livelihood Security Promotion Programme EPA Economic Partnership Agreement GNECC Ghana National Education Campaign Coalition G-RAP Ghana Research and Advocacy GRASP Global and Regional Advocacy on Small Producers GSFP Ghana School Feeding Programme GTLC Ghana Trade and Livelihoods Coalition HIPC Highly Indebted Poor Country ICOUR Irrigation Company in the Upper East Region IDEG Institute of Democratic Governance KCCCU Kpandai Community Coorporative Credit Union MASLOC Medium and Small Loan Centre Feeding Programme Develop sustainability strategy for the Eastern Corridor Livelihood Security programme. Facilitate information sharing and civil society access to the Independent Review Mechanisms of the international finance 4 institutions Explore new fundraising opportunities for SEND Expand coverage of PM&E to 50 district assemblies and on other pro- ...
Avoiding false alarms is critical to better monitoring service and preventing false alarm fines from your local municipality. Below are tips to help you receive better alarm response. • Select the seven day training period on your Emergency Information Schedule. • Select the “standard” procedure for intrusion alarms on the Emergency Information Schedule. • Make sure everyone in your house knows how to use the alarm system. They should all know a valid three-digit code and the codeword. Notify Brink’s if you are going to sell or rent your home, so we can assist the new residents. • Cancel all accidental alarms by entering your three-digit code, then press CANCEL. (You can also cancel accidental alarms in reverse order by first pressing CANCEL then entering your three-digit code.) See page 10 for more details. • Test the system each week and promptly notify Brink’s Customer Service of any problems at 1-800-445-0872. Customer Service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. • If you experience any unexplained false alarms, immediately contact Brink’s Customer Service. • If you are going to fumigate your home or do any other work, which will create a large amount of dust, completely cover all motion detectors and smoke/heat detectors. (Don’t forget to uncover the smoke detectors and motion detectors when you are finished.) Excessive smoke from cooking or the fireplace can also cause a false fire alarm. • If you know the motion detector is the cause of your false alarms, you may turn the system on with the motion detector off. To do this, follow the steps described on page 11 of this manual. Promptly notify Brink’s Customer Service for further assistance. • If you get an indoor pet after the alarm system is installed, you should contact Brink’s Customer Service. A service call may need to be scheduled to adjust the motion detector.
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