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RAS signaling is used between a gatekeeper and the endpoints that it controls. RAS is the signaling protocol through which a gatekeeper controls the endpoints within its zone. Note that a gatekeeper is an optional entity in an H.323 network. Consequently, RAS signaling is also optional. If an endpoint wants to use the services of a gatekeeper, then it must implement RAS. If the endpoint chooses not to use the services of a gatekeeper, then the functions that a gatekeeper normally provides must be provided within the endpoint itself. RAS signaling is defined in H.225.0 and supports the following functions:
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EXAMPLE 8-2 Find the resonant frequencies for a series RLC circuit as shown in Fig. 8-5, when v s (t) = V0 cos t. The response of the circuit is the current owing through the capacitor. SOLUTION With one loop its easy to apply KVL V0 cos t = Ri(t) + L di + vc dt
If there are any IF filters between the AGC output coupler and the gain-controlled IF amplifiers that have excessive group delay, this can cause time impediments in sensing that a signal has increased or decreased in amplitude, causing AGC loop instabilities. Another major cause of loop instability can be the desire to obtain excessively tight AGC control of the IF or baseband output amplitude. In most cases, an AGC circuit with less gain and less absolute control of the output amplitude will be much more stable. It is still possible, nonetheless, to safely design and construct an AGC loop that can control the output signal to within 2 dB (or better). If the receiver s LNA is to be AGC controlled, it is almost always critical to maintain the noise figure of the receiver within reasonable limits. Unfortunately, any AGC action will naturally decrease the receiver s NF. By adding a delay diode in the AGC bias line back to any front-end amplifiers, the start of gain control can be postponed slightly. This will allow the LNA to maintain its NF, and that of the entire receiver, until it is absolutely required to decrease the gain at the front end. Even if there will not be an AGC connection to the LNA (or any other RF amplifier), a delay diode is still a good idea for the first IF gain-controlled amplifier in the IF strip, since this will help, in a small way, in maintaining a superior noise figure. All AGC-controlled amplifiers should be decoupled from each other by a small value of in-line resistor (100 ohms) and a ceramic capacitor to ground at each VGA s DC gain control port. This will slow undesired interaction between gain-controlled stages.
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Call this program FtoC.cs. */ using System; class FtoC { static void Main() { double f; // holds the temperature in Fahrenheit double c; // holds the temperature in Celsius // Begin with 59 degrees Fahrenheit f = 59.0; // convert to Celsius c = 5.0 / 9.0 * (f - 32.0); Console.Write(f + " degrees Fahrenheit is "); Console.WriteLine(c + " degrees Celsius."); } } 3. Compile the program using the Visual Studio IDE (using the instructions shown earlier in
But, true 24 and 23.98 are not the same. In fact, 23.98 can become something called progressive segmented frame (PsF), wherein the odd lines from the frame are segregated from the even lines for the frame. This is not the same as interlace fields because the progressive frame segments are not presented sequentially. Rather, the two segments are recombined prior to presentation as a single frame. The PsF technique allows for easier integration with interlace technologies. Beyond the imaging source is the recording device for saving and storing the images acquired. The recording rate for devices may be set independently from the frame rate, depending on the technology employed. Once again, it is the ultimate display criteria that should govern the settings for recording. The 24 fps rate may be used when the footage is destined for cinema, whereas a rate of 29.97 Hz or 59.94 Hz should be used when footage will appear on television. Put another way, when the intent is to shoot cine-like video, set the camera to image 23.98 fps and the recording device to match NTSC display criteria. And what about frame rate for display, as in the frequency that images are presented for viewing The methods for presentation vary between platforms projectors, television receivers, and displays. A projector runs at a speed of 24 frames per second, but shows each frame twice, thereby displaying the film at the rate of 48 Hz. This action is done to minimize the perception of flicker between frame images. Television receivers present the image standard for their format, PAL or NTSC, as either 25 or 29.97 frames per second, respectively, but given the interlaced field construction of the frames, the display rate is either 50 or 59.94 Hz. Technology has provided new ways to display images that are not bound to television standards and do not use a cathode-ray tube (CRT) for presentation. These displays are capable of presenting standard definition television, high definition television, and images from a variety of sources disc players, hard drives, computers, et cetera. The circuitry employed by these technologies provides vastly improved control over the data being displayed. And, we are now able to view images with display rates that are multiples of either television or film frame rates 48, 60, 72 Hz and higher (120 Hz is highly regarded as it is a multiple of both 24 and 30). These increased frame display rates can significantly improve the perceived clarity, depth, and color characteristics of a presentation, depending on the breadth of features included in the display.
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