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EMC expanded their virtualization offerings in early 2009 when they acquired Palo Alto based VMware, Inc., a rapidly growing, privately held software company specializing in industry-standard virtual computing software. EMC acquired VMware in a cash transaction with a final value of approximately US$625 million. VMware will play a key role in EMC s strategy to help customers lower their costs and simplify their operations by deploying virtualization technologies across their heterogeneous IT infrastructure to create a single pool of available storage and computing resources. VMware s leadership in server virtualization, together with EMC s innovation in storage virtualization, will serve as a strong foundation for next-generation information lifecycle management solutions. Their offerings should be on your radar screens as we move into the future. EMC will operate VMware as a separate software subsidiary of EMC, headquartered in Palo Alto, California. The VMware name, brand, and products will all be maintained, and VMware employees will remain focused on developing, selling, and servicing VMware's products and solutions.
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These various paths for handling VoIP are shown in Figure 30-3 . The main point here is that there are alternatives to VoIP being used as more than just a voice call. The benefits are the enabling technologies to handle myriad options for now and in the future.
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The functions f (t) = A cos( t + ) and F = Ae j constitute a phasor transform pair. We write this relationship as f (t) F EXAMPLE 7-2 If i(t) = 20 cos(12t + 30 ), what is the phasor transform SOLUTION First note that the current i(t) is the real part of i(t) = Re[20e j(12t+30 ) ] = Re[20 cos(12t + 30 ) + j20 sin(12t + 30 )] The phasor transform is I = 20e j30 Or we can write it in shorthand as I = 20 30
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will limit excessive intersymbol interference, since the demodulator would have great difficulty in deciding whether an input signal was a 1 or a 0 if high ISI were present. A raised cosine filter (a type of Nyquist filter) is commonly employed for this purpose. Raised cosine filters are utilized to slow the transitions of a digitally modulated signal from high to low, or from low to high, in order to decrease the bandwidth needed to transmit the desired information, without degrading the ISI and the BER at the symbol decision times, as discussed above. These filters are usually matched, with one placed between the incoming data and the digital-to-analog converter (DAC) in the transmitter and the other half placed in the demodulator of the receiver. This replicates the response of a full Nyquist filter. To compute the required bandwidth needed for a wide cosine filtered symbol rate, the formula is BW symbol rate (1 ), with between 0 and 1. It would be very bandwidth efficient if the BW could be equal to the symbol rate (this is not quite practical), which is the same as 0 for a raised cosine filter. Anything over this value of zero for is referred to as the excess bandwidth factor, because it is this bandwidth that is necessary beyond the symbol rate BW value. We will always require an excess bandwidth greater than the symbol rate; or an at some value that is over zero. If equaled 1, the bandwidth necessary to transmit a signal would be twice the symbol rate. In other words, twice the bandwidth is required than the almost ideal situation of 0. A contemporary digitally modulated radio, however, will usually filter the baseband signal to a value of between 0.2 and 0.5, with a corresponding decrease in bandwidth and increase in the required output power headroom compared to an 1 device. Figure 2.35 demonstrates the effect on the digital input signal s rise and fall times, the channel s bandwidth, and the received constellations, as is varied. Values of lower than 0.2 are very uncommon because of the increased cost and complexity of building sustainably accurate filters (with high clock precision) in mass production environments. Any attempts at lower will also increase ISI to unacceptable levels, along with the added expense of producing amplifiers that must be capable of greater peak output powers without excessive distortion products. Power back-off is required of these amplifiers because of the elevated power overshoots (see Fig. 2.35) created by the increased filtering of the digital signals by the Nyquist-type filtering, which limits the transmitted bandwidth. For heavily filtered QPSK, the excess peak power requires the solid-state power amplifier (SSPA) to have a P1dB that is at least 5 dB over what would normally be required for an unfiltered signal. This is to allow the power overshoots of the signal enough headroom so as not to place the SSPA into limiting, which would create spectral splatter into adjacent channels. All signals that have a modulation envelope even if not used to carry information will be affected by this Nyquist filtering, including QPSK, DQPSK, and QAM signals. Gaussian filters are another method of slowing the transitions of the signal in order to decrease occupied bandwidth in the modulation scheme GMSK. Unlike raised cosine filters, however, these filters create a certain amount of
The Polygon Tool is unique to the category of vector drawing software; competing applications offer a polygon tool, but CorelDRAW s Polygon Tool produces shapes that can be edited to create dynamic changes, just like CorelDRAW rectangles and ellipses. The shapes you create with the Polygon Tool can have as few as 3 or as many as 500 points and sides; by default, all polygon sides are straight paths. You ll find the Polygon Tool, shown at left, together with the Spiral, Graph Paper, and other group tools. To quickly select it, the shortcut is to press Y.
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