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Citrix Application Delivery Suite and Microsoft Windows Terminal Services enabled us to reduce our transaction time for our primary advertising order-entry application from minutes to seconds for our remote users. Furthermore, Citrix allowed us to quickly extend our headquarters IT capabilities to our remote offices for a fraction of the cost required if we had chosen an alternative deployment method. Jonathan Hiller, CIO, San Francisco Chronicle Early killer applications that people just couldn t do without, such as VisiCalc and desktop publishing, drove the initial sale of PCs and Macs. Today, we are seeing applications similarly driving the march into enterprise application delivery infrastructure. An organization s existing PCs, for example, may be inadequate to run a popular application such as Microsoft Office 2007. Rather than spending the huge amounts of money and labor required to upgrade or replace existing PCs, an organization can implement Citrix XenApp Platinum Edition and simply publish the Office 2007 icon to all users. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Customer Resource Management (CRM) applications such as SAP, PeopleSoft, Oracle Enterprise One, and Siebel can typically be deployed much less expensively and more effectively utilizing on-demand access. This was the case for California s Contra Costa County. When the Department of Information Technology received a mandate to implement PeopleSoft for the county s 360 human resources (HR) users, the county was faced with replacing many dumb terminals and upgrading most of the remaining PCs. They also would have had to apply expensive bandwidth upgrades to 60 different buildings. Instead, the county set up a XenApp farm to deploy PeopleSoft, Kronos Time & Billing, Microsoft Office, Lotus Notes, and other applications to all HR users without requiring any PC or bandwidth upgrades. Windows terminals replaced the dumb terminals and the low-end PCs.
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and accuracy requirements dictate a crystal-controlled oscillator; most implementations satisfy the requirement by using a frequency synthesizer design. The output level should be adjustable from a maximum of +10 dBm down to a minimum of 40 dBm. The manufacturers tend to exceed these limits as the users demand more performance. Recent interest in higher frequencies (to 200 kHz) has been caused by WAN suppliers needing to convert voice-grade twisted-pair cable to carry digital traffic. The digital system most widely deployed to the individual subscriber is the Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN). This system has a clock frequency at 192 kHz, with its dominant spectral energy at 96 kHz. The receiver is simply a voltmeter, which has a bandwidth consistent with the transmitter frequency range, and an average detector. To achieve the dynamic range, some form of autoranging usually is included. The standard requires a sensitivity of at least 50 dBm, but because the same circuitry is used for noise and other measurements, most manufacturers provide a design with 90 dBm sensitivity. The receiver display provides both level in dBm and frequency in Hz or kHz, depending on frequency range. A useful feature is a provision for relative dB level readings. Selecting a Level Zero function sets the level indicator to 0 dB and stores the absolute level internally; level adjustments during that measurement sequence are then displayed in dB readings relative to the stored absolute value.
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