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Wolfram: In 2007, we began rolling out RFID to all Metro Cash & Carry wholesale stores, more than 100 Real hypermarkets, and 9 MGL distribution centers throughout Germany. There we use RFID on the palette-level in our day-to-day operations. Today, we have about 180 suppliers tagging palettes stacked with goods, sending them to our RFID-enabled locations in Germany, thereby giving us a better insight into our daily logistics operations.

Throughput is also an important factor as it contributes to the technology's overall power consumption. Choosing the right wireless technology is crucial to developing an optimal, commercially-viable mobile device.

All other things being equal, higher capacity generally means higher modulation rates, and thus higher receiver thresholds. This results in a reduced fade margin with a greater percentage of path outage. The reduced fade margin can usually be overcome with larger, higher gain antennas or by limiting path lengths, but those options are not always viable. The designer must be well aware of this delicate balance of the various factors. All factors must be considered and the unique aspects of each link must be addressed individually.

Without question, we will see the continued evolution and successful adoption of the SATA standard. The storage technology sector has done its part in meeting the increased demand for digital storage and in the process has helped keep our digital age alive and well.

Cypress Semiconductor

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Throughput is also an important factor as it contributes to the technology's overall power consumption. Choosing the right wireless technology is crucial to developing an optimal, commercially-viable mobile device.

All other things being equal, higher capacity generally means higher modulation rates, and thus higher receiver thresholds. This results in a reduced fade margin with a greater percentage of path outage. The reduced fade margin can usually be overcome with larger, higher gain antennas or by limiting path lengths, but those options are not always viable. The designer must be well aware of this delicate balance of the various factors. All factors must be considered and the unique aspects of each link must be addressed individually.

All other things being equal, higher capacity generally means higher modulation rates, and thus higher receiver thresholds. This results in a reduced fade margin with a greater percentage of path outage. The reduced fade margin can usually be overcome with larger, higher gain antennas or by limiting path lengths, but those options are not always viable. The designer must be well aware of this delicate balance of the various factors. All factors must be considered and the unique aspects of each link must be addressed individually.

Without question, we will see the continued evolution and successful adoption of the SATA standard. The storage technology sector has done its part in meeting the increased demand for digital storage and in the process has helped keep our digital age alive and well.

Map Datum A map datum is a mathematical model of the surface of the Earth. All positioning information on a map, such as latitude and longitude, must be based on a reference datum. Digitized terrain data will also refer to a given map datum. The most common datum in the United States is North American Datum 1983 (NAD83). The reference datum for the global positioning system (GPS) is the World Geodetic System 1984 (WGS84) datum. For all practical purposes WGS84 and NAD83 datums are interchangeable. In addition to these, there are numerous other local and regional datums covering all parts of the world. In fact, many US Geological Survey (USGS) topographic maps are still based on North American Datum 1927 (NAD27) datum. In many parts of the country, the difference between NAD83 and NAD27 coordinates can be many tens of meters.

(A 2 /12) × 2–2n = ((2f max )/f s ) × (A 2 /12) × 2–2m . (12.19)

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Without question, we will see the continued evolution and successful adoption of the SATA standard. The storage technology sector has done its part in meeting the increased demand for digital storage and in the process has helped keep our digital age alive and well.

Map Datum A map datum is a mathematical model of the surface of the Earth. All positioning information on a map, such as latitude and longitude, must be based on a reference datum. Digitized terrain data will also refer to a given map datum. The most common datum in the United States is North American Datum 1983 (NAD83). The reference datum for the global positioning system (GPS) is the World Geodetic System 1984 (WGS84) datum. For all practical purposes WGS84 and NAD83 datums are interchangeable. In addition to these, there are numerous other local and regional datums covering all parts of the world. In fact, many US Geological Survey (USGS) topographic maps are still based on North American Datum 1927 (NAD27) datum. In many parts of the country, the difference between NAD83 and NAD27 coordinates can be many tens of meters.

(A 2 /12) × 2–2n = ((2f max )/f s ) × (A 2 /12) × 2–2m . (12.19)

Receiver equalization has several advantages over pre-emphasis:1)Transceivers using receiver equalization conform to the RS-485 specifications for driver voltage overshoot, transceivers using pre-emphasis don't!

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Sensata Technologies – BEI SensorsBy TelitWith Chiplus Semiconductor

Map Datum A map datum is a mathematical model of the surface of the Earth. All positioning information on a map, such as latitude and longitude, must be based on a reference datum. Digitized terrain data will also refer to a given map datum. The most common datum in the United States is North American Datum 1983 (NAD83). The reference datum for the global positioning system (GPS) is the World Geodetic System 1984 (WGS84) datum. For all practical purposes WGS84 and NAD83 datums are interchangeable. In addition to these, there are numerous other local and regional datums covering all parts of the world. In fact, many US Geological Survey (USGS) topographic maps are still based on North American Datum 1927 (NAD27) datum. In many parts of the country, the difference between NAD83 and NAD27 coordinates can be many tens of meters.

(A 2 /12) × 2–2n = ((2f max )/f s ) × (A 2 /12) × 2–2m . (12.19)

Receiver equalization has several advantages over pre-emphasis:1)Transceivers using receiver equalization conform to the RS-485 specifications for driver voltage overshoot, transceivers using pre-emphasis don't!

Direct mixdown from 5 channels to 2 is performed in simpler equipment, such as digital television receivers equipped to capture 5-channel sound off the air, but play it over two loudspeakers. In such a case, it is desirable to make use of the mixdown features of the transmission system that includes mixdown level parameters for center to the 2 channels, and left surround to left and right surround to right channels.

Lascar Electronics

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(A 2 /12) × 2–2n = ((2f max )/f s ) × (A 2 /12) × 2–2m . (12.19)

Receiver equalization has several advantages over pre-emphasis:1)Transceivers using receiver equalization conform to the RS-485 specifications for driver voltage overshoot, transceivers using pre-emphasis don't!

Receiver equalization has several advantages over pre-emphasis:1)Transceivers using receiver equalization conform to the RS-485 specifications for driver voltage overshoot, transceivers using pre-emphasis don't!

Direct mixdown from 5 channels to 2 is performed in simpler equipment, such as digital television receivers equipped to capture 5-channel sound off the air, but play it over two loudspeakers. In such a case, it is desirable to make use of the mixdown features of the transmission system that includes mixdown level parameters for center to the 2 channels, and left surround to left and right surround to right channels.

Center spread may be used in applications where this restriction doesn't apply. One caution is in order, however. Intuition suggests that the average frequency of a center-spread clock will equal the input frequency, but this is only approximately true. Therefore SSC usually cannot be used for applications requiring tight frequency accuracy, such as time keeping or exact synchronization. As an example, a clock with 1% spread can easily have 0.05% difference between the reference frequency and the average frequency of the spread clock. 0.05% is 500ppm. This error can occur because a variety of factors can distort the symmetry about the reference frequency, and error integrates quickly as a result. For down-spread applications, the average frequency is even more uncertain because the specified amount of spread is only approximate.

According to IBM, the architecture is well suited for a variety of other high-performance computing applications, particularly those that include image processing or real-time signal processing. IBM's target markets for Cell include video surveillance, medical imaging, digital content distribution (particularly on-the-fly transcoding), aerospace and defense. IBM is also targeting common HPC applications like financial, chemical, and petroleum analyses. Meanwhile, IBM's Cell partner, Toshiba, is busy taking Cell into consumer devices, such as televisions. (Toshiba recently demoed a Cell-powered flat-panel TV at CES.)

Luxo

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Direct mixdown from 5 channels to 2 is performed in simpler equipment, such as digital television receivers equipped to capture 5-channel sound off the air, but play it over two loudspeakers. In such a case, it is desirable to make use of the mixdown features of the transmission system that includes mixdown level parameters for center to the 2 channels, and left surround to left and right surround to right channels.

Center spread may be used in applications where this restriction doesn't apply. One caution is in order, however. Intuition suggests that the average frequency of a center-spread clock will equal the input frequency, but this is only approximately true. Therefore SSC usually cannot be used for applications requiring tight frequency accuracy, such as time keeping or exact synchronization. As an example, a clock with 1% spread can easily have 0.05% difference between the reference frequency and the average frequency of the spread clock. 0.05% is 500ppm. This error can occur because a variety of factors can distort the symmetry about the reference frequency, and error integrates quickly as a result. For down-spread applications, the average frequency is even more uncertain because the specified amount of spread is only approximate.

According to IBM, the architecture is well suited for a variety of other high-performance computing applications, particularly those that include image processing or real-time signal processing. IBM's target markets for Cell include video surveillance, medical imaging, digital content distribution (particularly on-the-fly transcoding), aerospace and defense. IBM is also targeting common HPC applications like financial, chemical, and petroleum analyses. Meanwhile, IBM's Cell partner, Toshiba, is busy taking Cell into consumer devices, such as televisions. (Toshiba recently demoed a Cell-powered flat-panel TV at CES.)

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Schaffner EMC, Inc.

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