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Figure 2.15 An FM signal with a modulation index of 1.5, showing multiple sidebands.
Figure 11.2 shows how a photovoltaic panel works. Solar energy in the form of photons penetrates the photovoltaic material. Each photon transfers enough energy to the photovoltaic atoms to release an electron. If we connect the grid on the sunlit side to the conducting base on the backside, the free electrons will ow through the external conductor and load to rejoin atoms having missing electrons. Each free electron has a potential of about 0.6 volt. A panel typically consists of from 30 to 36 cells, connected in series to produce an open-circuit voltage of from 18 to 22 VDC. The theoretical maximum ef ciency of this conversion of light energy to electrical energy is about 28%. As we will see, however, the ef ciencies achieved in manufacture are improving but still fall far short of theory. Photovoltaic collector materials take three common forms: monocrystalline silicon, polycrystalline silicon, and amorphous silicon. Crystalline silicon is grown in the form of large crystals, which are sawn into thin wafers to form the cells. Monocrystalline cells consist of single, large crystals grown and drawn from melted silicon in the form of large rods. Due to their crystalline perfection, they have the highest ef ciencies, ranging from 14 to 17%. Polycrystalline silicon is formed by pouring melted silicon into blocks, the molten silicon forming many small crystals on cooling. These polycrystalline blocks are then sawn into cells. Because of defects between the crystals, the conversion ef ciency of polycrystalline silicon ranges between 13 and 15%. Amorphous silicon is produced by the less expensive process of depositing vaporized silicon onto a metal substrate. In addition to being less expensive to produce, amorphous silicon can be fabricated into semirigid and exible panels. Semi-rigid panels attached to a thin steel backing can be adhered to a deck and stepped on without damage. Flexible panels with a heavy fabric backing can be attached to boat canvas. Unfortunately, the ef ciency of amorphous silicon is only 5 to 7%, so twice as much collector area is required as for crystalline panels. Most crystalline photovoltaic panels are warranted for 20 years, but there is no reason, barring physical damage, that they would not last 30 years or longer. Amorphous silicon panels, because they are not enclosed in a rigid, protective frame, are generally warranted for only 5 years.
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While many networking problems can be solved quickly with decodes and statistics, many of the more difficult problems cannot be solved in a nonintrusive manner. In this case it is necessary to communicate actively with the network devices in order to recreate the problem or obtain necessary information to further isolate a problem. The user can actively query or stress the network and observe the results with decodes and statistics. Observing Ethernet frames with the same IP address and different MAC addresses might indicate a duplicate IP address problem, for example, but it also might just be the result of a complex router topology. To determine the node s identity router or true duplicate IP address the user can search through thousands of captured frames with decodes. But by sending an Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) frame to the node on the network and comparing the results to the addresses of the routers on the network, determined with Node Discovery statistics measurements, the user can quickly isolated duplicate IP addresses. Typical active tests include:
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