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OVERHEAD As indicated in Fig. 6.5, the first three columns of each STS-1 frame are used for section layer and line layer overhead. The remaining 87 bytes in each row represent a gross payload of 783 bytes per STS-1 frame. PAYLOAD The payload area of an STS-1 frame consists of 783 bytes. Although not shown in Fig. 6.5, the payload area is actually subdivided. The major portion of the payload area is used for the actual payload, while 9 bytes within the general payload area are used for path overhead. Thus, the net payload area available per STS-1 frame is actually 774 bytes. The gross payload area is organized into a floating position within the STS-1 frame. Since the payload area floats, a mechanism is necessary to denote the actual position of the payload within the frame. This mechanism is provided by the use of two line overhead bytes: H1 and H2. In SONET terminology the total 783 bytes in the gross payload area, including 774 bytes of payload data and 9 bytes of path overhead data, is referred to as a synchronous payload envelope (SPE). The floating of the SPE provides a mechanism for overcoming differences in synchronization between different T- and E-carrier transmission facilities. An example of a synchronous payload envelope floating within an STS-1 frame is shown in Fig. 6.6. Actually the STS SPE can begin any, where within an STS-1 envelope. Figure 6.6 shows an SPE beginning in one STS-1 frame and ending in the next frame. The line overhead bytes (H1 and H2) represent an offset in bytes within the gross payload area. The H1 and H2 bytes are allocated to a pointer that indicates the offset in bytes between the pointer and the first byte of the STS SPE. The H3
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Return on Average Assets Likewise, the return on average assets, sometimes just called return on assets (ROA), uses the same approach of using an average for the denominator. For Leverage The following ratios measure leverage, or the amount of debt that the company has relative to investments or to its earnings flow. In either case, the higher the ratio, the higher the leverage and the higher the chances for default. Cash is the measure of things for repaying debt, which is why EBITDA is the preferred number for leverage ratios. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Total debt/shareholders equity Net debt/shareholders equity Total debt/total invested capital Bank debt/EBITDA Senior debt/EBITDA Total debt/EBITDA Net debt/EBITDA
The principal items of interest on the computing platform include the measurement software, the display filters, the user interface display, and assorted peripherals. Measurements. Measurements are software applications that execute on the processors of the computing platform and the analysis and acquisition system. The measurements include:
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