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Circuit-switched telephone networks transport voice at a rate of 64 Kbps. This is based on the Nyquist Theorem, which states that it is necessary to sample an analog signal at twice the maximum frequency of the signal in order to fully capture the signal. Typical human speech has a maximum frequency of somewhat less than 4,000 Hz. Therefore, in digitizing human speech, a telephone system takes 8,000 samples per second, as directed by
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SOLUTION We note that both numerator and denominator tend to 0, so the quotient is indeterminate at of the form 0/0. We may therefore apply l H pital s Rule. Our limit equals ( 2/x 2 ) cos(2/x) . x ( 5/x 2 ) cos(5/x) lim This in turn simpli es to 2 2 cos(2/x) = . x 5 cos(5/x) 5 lim l H pital s Rule also applies to one-sided limits. Here is an example. EXAMPLE 5.6
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The Scale and Mirror transformation has features for entering precise changes in object size. You can also cause the object to be flipped either V or H, and/or simultaneously, by clicking one of the two mirror buttons, as shown in Figure 8-12. While the Non-proportional option is selected, your object s new horizontal and vertical scale values are unlinked, meaning you can apply scaling commands to either the width or height, independent of each other. While the Non-proportional option is unselected, width and height scaling operations are locked to each other. This means that scaling the width or height by a given percentage value causes the adjacent value to be calculated automatically to preserve your selected object s original proportions.
Jagged arrays are declared by using sets of square brackets to indicate each dimension. For example, to declare a two-dimensional jagged array, you will use this general form: type[ ] [ ] array-name = new type[size][ ]; Here, size indicates the number of rows in the array. The rows, themselves, have not been allocated. Instead, the rows are allocated individually. This allows for the length of each row to vary. For example, the following code allocates memory for the first dimension of jagged when it is declared. It then allocates the second dimensions manually.
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works are popular in narrowband applications. The narrowband popularity is due to the higher Q over that which L networks possess, yet pi and T networks also permit almost any Q to be selected. Nonetheless, T and pi circuits can never be lower in Q than an L network. The Q desired for a particular application may be calculated with the following formula, assuming the utilization of high-Q inductors: Q where Q fC f2 f1 fc (f2 f1)
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Step 1. Identify target total cash compensation (TTCC): Begin by identifying the target total cash compensation for the job. This amount equals the preferred earnings levels (base plus incentive payment) for achieving expected results. This amount varies from one company to another. Some organizations follow labor market practices very closely, while others rely on internal equity. Often the amount reflects a balance of competing objectives: market rates, internal equity, cost, future objectives, and past practices.While TTCC represents a single number for a job, the actual target pay levels for specific individuals will most likely vary due to differences in base salary, or even a pay range allowing for variance in the target incentive amount. Step 2. Determine the pay mix of the plan: The pay mix is the split of the target total cash compensation into two components, a base salary and a target incentive amount.The more prominent (influential) the salesperson in the buying decision of the customer, the lower the base salary.The mix is expressed as a split of 100 percent (for example, 60/40, 70/30). Step 3. Establish the pay leverage of the plan: The leverage of the plan provides the target upside outstanding earning amount for achieving exceptional sales. The leverage is expressed as a multiplier of the target incentive. The most common leverage is 3x. That is, three times the target incentive (added back to the base salary) defines the outstanding pay level for excellent performance. Step 4. Calculate range of pay opportunities: The pay opportunities reflect the application of the company s target total cash compensation, mix, and leverage. Figure 6-10 illustrates that a TTCC of $100,000 with a mix of 50/50 and a leverage of 3x would provide the following pay opportunities: Minimum pay (base salary) $50,000 Target total cash compensation $100,000 Outstanding pay * $200,000 *($100,000 0.5 3) + $50,000 = $200,000
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