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was as before (although today s advanced electric vehicle designs don t even need the transmission and drive shaft). A simple diagram of an electric vehicle looks like a simple diagram of a portable electric shaver: a battery, a motor, and a controller or switch that adjusts the flow of electricity to the motor to control its speed. That s it. Nothing comes out of your electric shaver and nothing comes out of your electric car. EVs are simple (therefore highly reliable), have lifetimes measured in millions of miles, need no periodic maintenance (filters, etc.), and cost significantly less per mile to operate. They are highly flexible as well, using electric energy readily available anywhere as input fuel. In addition to all these benefits, if you buy, build, or convert your electric vehicle from an internal combustion engine vehicle chassis as suggested in this book, you perform a double service for the environment: You remove one polluting car from the road and add one nonpolluting electric vehicle to service. You ve had a quick tour and side-by-side comparison of electric vehicles and internal combustion engine vehicles. Now let s take a closer look at electric vehicles.
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B, should load the resonator as lightly as possible to prevent frequency changes and an excessively decreased gain margin. The attenuation of harmonics will also be helped by coupling the energy out of the oscillator with an inductor, since the inductor s reactance increases with frequency, thus decreasing harmonic output. If an inductor is chosen to couple power out of an oscillator, then a blocking capacitor (XC 1 ohm) will be required in most applications to prevent DC from entering or exiting the stage. A single coupling capacitor is cheaper and smaller than the required inductor/capacitor combination, and so is more common in low-cost applications. The higher the gain margin of an oscillator, the higher will be the allowed output power that can safely be coupled out to a load, since a high gain margin will have more room to fall before it becomes dangerously low within the feedback loop. This means that a decreased coupling reactance can be utilized (X 50 ohms) for a power output that is not too low for your particular application. Adding a 6- to 10-dB pad between a VCO coupled output and its amplifier, filter, or mixer stage is normally required to prevent reflections from occurring back into the oscillator. The pad will decrease phase noise and load pulling, which are critical parameters in most LO applications.
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with the coded information, as the premium services were also added. The control computer sent converter activation refresh signals along with premium channel selections to the addressable converters on a rotating basis. The more premium subscribers a system had, the longer the refresh time cycle. If a converter was unplugged or disconnected from the cable system, it would automatically shut down and become dormant. This prevented passing the addressable converter around or, as they say, kept the box from walking. Still, actual signal security depends on the level of signal scrambling or encoding methodology. 6.242 The more complex scrambling is, the more secure the signal becomes. Also, the more complicated the scrambling technique becomes, the more dif cult the descrambling method. Of course, the added complexity of the whole process results in a higher cost. The two basic categories for signal scrambling are analog and digital. Analog methods are often regarded as soft and digital methods as hard, referring to the signalsecurity level. As discussed previously, signal-trapping methods using either positive or negative traps are regarded as soft signal security. This signal could be defeated simply by removing the negative trap (usually at the tap) or replacing it with a look-alike dummy trap. The positive trap, which was needed to remove the interfering carrier, could be placed at the subscriber s TV set. Such traps are easy to obtain and can often be found in the back merchandising pages of electronic hobby magazines. A more secure analog method is the sync suppression method, which can be done at RF or on the base-band video signal. The horizontal sync pulses are essentially suppressed a suf cient amount, causing the TV set to lose its horizontal hold. Both methods used a 15.73-KHz sine-wave signal to suppress the sync pulse, which is shown in Figure 6-16. In order to unscramble the signal, the reverse process is used. Essentially, a sine wave at the same frequency is used to restore the synchronizing pulse and the brightness level. This sine wave is transmitted on the cable system either just above the FM broadcast band or on any FM carrier and is transmitted as part of the FM audio signal on the scrambled channel. The unscrambling process is performed in the set-top converter usually just after the input converter circuit. The restored or unscrambled picture is then converted to the set-top output frequency, usually channel 3 or channel 4. Another analog horizontal sync suppression method is the gated sync suppression method. This method can be used for RF, IF, or base-band video. In the RF/IF methods, pulses with the same timing as the horizon-
Quality Assurance, sometimes also called Quality Control. Use of the term varies. Occasionally it simply means normal product testing (either playtesting or bug testing), but it also can mean the final checks before a game is declared gold. Uncompressed data recorded directly from a hardware device such as a digital camera, with no header information or other details. Modern hardware is now smart enough to perform some compression and produce data in industry-standard file formats, so raw data is seldom seen any longer.
nheritance is one of the three foundational principles of object-oriented programming because it allows the creation of hierarchical classifications. Using inheritance, you can create a general class that defines traits common to a set of related items. This class can then be inherited by other, more specific classes, each adding those things that are unique to it. In the language of C#, a class that is inherited is called a base class. The class that does the inheriting is called a derived class. Therefore, a derived class is a specialized version of a base class. It inherits all of the variables, methods, properties, and indexers defined by the base class and adds its own unique elements.
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well-functioning network provides end users with a trouble-free system, which in turn means that customers can focus on their main businesses rather than concern themselves with why applications might not be functioning properly. A network that isn t working properly might cause symptoms such as choppyappearing video conferences, repeated file retransmissions, and remote application timeouts caused by long delays between end-to-end communications. These problems might be caused by transmission delay, congestion, or an error-prone circuit. Measurements at the ATM layer help identify network problems such as those described, and are useful for isolating their sources. Examples of parameters measured end-to-end include:
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