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Undo button The Undo button reverts the last correction to its previous state. Resume button After you correct a mistake, if you move the insertion point for example, to a different part of the text the Start button changes to the Resume button. Simply click it to recheck any selected text and to continue checking from the insertion point. Skip Once and Skip All If the word or sentence that a checker has queried is actually correct for example, a name with an unusual spelling such as PowerTRACE you can click one of the Skip buttons to have the checker ignore it. Skip Once causes the check to continue, but future instances of the same problem will stop the checker. Skip All tells the checker to ignore all instances of this spelling or grammatical error. Add Add allows you to add a word to the current User Word List. Many unusual names and technical terms are not included in the Spell Checker s dictionary, and these can be added to the User Word List for the current language. In the future, these words will not be queried. If a word appears in the Replace With box or in the Not Found box, clicking Add immediately adds the queried word to the default User Word List. Otherwise, if no word appears in either box, clicking the Add button opens an input box, where you can type the word you want to enter into the User Word List. Auto Replace If you choose an alternative spelling for a queried word, the Auto Replace button becomes active. Clicking this button will add the misspelled word and its replacement to the default User Word List, and if QuickCorrect is enabled, then the next time you type the same mistake, the correct word will be automatically substituted. Options The Options button displays a drop-down menu that contains various settings for the current Writing Tool. Range Of Text By using the options from the Check drop-down list, you can set the range of text for performing a spell check or a Grammatik check. The available options depend on whether text is selected with the Text Tool or the Pick Tool.
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The growing scalability and convergence in the access space (highlighted in Solution Drivers for Ethernet over Fiber/WDM ) is driving the need for bulk data backhaul. In particular packet-video services represent a primary growth area and residential providers are offering a very broad range of related services, for example, IP TV, videoon-demand (VoD), personal video recorder (PVR)/playback, and so on. Now typical broadcast quality video requires about 4 Mbps per stream, whereas higher-end DVD quality requires about 9 10 Mbps per stream. Aggregating these figures over large user populations gives genuine multigigabit requirements, and hence many VoD servers already support Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet interfaces. In response to this growth, nearly all cable operators have moved to HFC setups, using fiber to interconnect master head-ends with dispersed local hubs. Meanwhile incumbents are actively pursuing the residential video market to offset declines in longdistance voice. Here video delivery architectures are being overlaid on top of entrenched metro/edge fiber-plants. Namely localized video switching offices (VSO) at smaller edge ring sites are being interconnected to video hub offices (VHO) at larger metro core/ regional hubs. The former sites connect to DSL access multiplexers (DSLAM) or PON optical line terminals (OLT) units for last-mile delivery. Meanwhile, the latter sites house large VoD servers. Overall EoWDM is ideal for native packet-video backhaul over existing cable/incumbent fiber plants. Scalability is the paramount concern here, and only multi-channel DWDM can realistically provision large head-end flows with thousands of homes crossed. Moreover, because head-end/hub or VSO/VHO locations are largely fixed, lower-cost static OADM setups are also very feasible. Additionally, the wireless sector is seeing very strong growth with the induction of 3.5G technologies and new service types. Most notably, web access and video streaming /casting are the key bandwidth drivers, and wireless operators are also converging to IP/Ethernet packet-switching architectures. However, most wireless access devices, such as base-station controllers, still use older T1/E1 private lines for data backhaul over SONET/SDH networks. Here, related legacy private line service costs can consume about 40 60 percent of a typical wireless operator s operational expenditures,
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You will note that certain addresses aren t valid or used. All zeros means this network. All ones is the broadcast address. Class A addresses were reserved for the largest organizations. The format of the address has 8 bits reserved to define the network and 24 bits to define the host. Originally, a host was a computer that was smart enough to run IP and TCP. Today, every networkconnected device contains a computer, and therefore, it has its own IP address. In fact, many devices have multiple IP addresses because they use different addresses for network management functions than the one they use for data transfer. Therefore, it is very easy to run out of IP addresses. A Class A address provides for 127 networks with over 16 million attached devices. A Class B address provides for 16,000 networks and 65,000 attached devices. A Class C address provides for about 2 million networks and 255 attached hosts on each small network. Now that we understand the format of addresses, let s see how we can use them. The first point is that routers only route on the network address. The router doesn t care about the host address. The assumption here is that the job of the router is to find the destination network and that all the hosts behind that network address are all accessible thereafter. Imagine that the router is the interface to an Ethernet network where all the hosts are connected. While this is conceivable for a Class C address with 255 hosts, it is mind boggling when one considers a Class A address. As Figure 29-10 roughly depicts, there are examples of the three classes of networks connected to the router. If a device on the Class B network wants to send to a device on the network, all it does is send it to the router that forwards it to the class A network. The router considers the job done when it finds the network. Now, clearly, it is silly not to mention that it is unworkable to have 17 million devices on one Ethernet.
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Membranes play important biological functions. They provide a barrier between the cell and the outside world, and regulate what can enter the cell and what leaves it. Many organelles within the cell are themselves membrane bound, providing an isolated biophysical environment even within the cell. In eukaryotes a membrane surrounds the nucleus, keeping the activities of DNA (transcription and replication) separate from the rest of the cell. Membranes also provide surfaces on which biochemical reactions take place. One such example is the endoplasmic reticulum, a network of membranes and tubules on which synthesis of proteins and lipids occurs. Membranes also provide anchorage points for the cytoskeleton which gives shape and rigidity to cells and plays a role in intracellular transport of biomolecules.
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SONET systems carry DS1s within the STS-1 SPE by first mapping them within synchronous virtual tributaries (VTs); an STS-1 SPE carries up to 28 VT1.5 signals (and therefore up to 28 DS1s). As with STS-1 signals, each VT has a corresponding SPE and uses a pointer to locate the SPE within the VT payload capacity.
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