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List of Design Justifications for the Revised ERD
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any computer-assisted functions, your bot should be built and tested with all manual control. Once the bot works to your satisfaction, then you can add the automatic features. All of the preceding design steps should be done, as much as possible, on paper or CAD before you start cutting parts to assemble the bot. This will save you from having to remake parts due to design changes. You don t absolutely need to have CAD software to do this, but CAD does give you more professional-looking results. You can use regular old-fashioned graph paper, too. Some people have even used chalk on their garage floors to design bots in full scale. Do whatever you re most comfortable with.
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because the left-hand side is x 3 /3 while the right-hand side is (x 2 /2) (x 2 /2) = x 4 /4. The correct technique for handling the integral of a product is a bit more subtle, and is called integration by parts. It is based on the product rule (u v) = u v + u v . Integrating both sides of this equation, we have (u v) dx = u v dx + u v dx.
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such as Microsoft SMS, Enteo s NetInstall Server, or Citrix Installation Manager. The MSI file supports full unattended installations using standard MSIEXEC commands. During an EdgeSight agent install, you will need to provide the following information: Company name Department name EdgeSight Server name and port number (80/443)
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If the receiver is required to operate only within the HF region or below, then both the LNA and BPF2 could be dropped from the receiver design, as noise figure is not as important in this region because of massive natural and artificial noise generation. This will decrease sensitivity, but will give more IMD immunity in a crowded HF spectrum. MIXER1 will normally be subjected to high amplitude input signals, so a high compression point is mandatory to decrease mixer-generated intermodulation distortion. This will generally demand a high-level diode double-balanced mixer (DBM) instead of an active mixer stage in this sensitive location. And for decreased IMD generation, the RF signal into the DBM should be at least 10 dB less than that injected into the DBM s LO port. Thus, a level 10 mixer could accept a maximum of 0 dBm at its RF input port before excessive IMDs became a problem; 15 to 20 dBm less RF would be even better, and would be needed for higher-quality, lower-distortion receivers. DBMs have the added advantage that they suppress even-order LO and RF mixer-generated harmonic products, as well as the RF and LO frequencies themselves, at the IF output. Attenuation of these frequencies is far from complete, however. The diplexer, placed after the MIXER1 stage, will filter and pass the desired IF but, unlike other filters, it will stop other frequencies from entering the IF s bandwidth by absorption rather than reflection. Reflection of the undesired frequencies such as LO harmonics, the sum of the RF and LO, and the IMD products would cause RF power to be sent back into the mixer, which would unbalance its diode ring (causing increased IMD), as well as adversely affecting the mixer s dynamic range and conversion loss. Indeed, many viable receiver architectures may simply pad the output of the mixer so that these reflections are attenuated not only as they enter the pad, but also as they are reflected back into the mixer s IF port. The pads lower the input/output VSWR by supplying the mixer with an almost pure 50 j0 ohm termination (pads placed at the RF port will, however, reproduce thermal noise, which would have normally been removed by the image filter, at the image frequency). A wideband, high-isolation amplifier may also be used at the mixer s output, as shown for the second IF strip, since this will permit all of the mixing products to pass through this amplifier, and, after filtering from a normal reflective IF filter (such as BPF6), the BPF will bounce much of the undesired signals back toward the sensitive IF port of the mixer. However, these reflected signals will have been significantly attenuated by the reverse isolation of this wideband amplifier. Nonetheless, the amplifier must have a high P1dB to linearly accept the sometimes high-powered out-of-channel signals that can occur, without producing significant distortion. The LOs must generate low phase noise in order to mitigate BER and adjacent channel selectivity degradation. This can be difficult in phase-locked loop based LOs, but is relatively easy in properly designed high-Q crystal oscillators (see Chap. 4, Oscillator Design ). All oscillator-generated spurious signals must also be as low as possible to minimize receiver spurious responses. The LO amplifiers are broadband types used to buffer the local
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