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n o t e Do not run the lines from your radio receiver to the servos and speed controllers near or parallel to the motor power lines, if you can help it. As current goes through a wire, a circular magnetic field is generated. If a wire is running parallel to this wire, and it is inside the magnetic field, the field can induce a current flow in the adjacent wire. The physics behind this is why motors and transformers work in the first place. Twisting the servo leads and power leads also helps minimize their tendency to pick up electrical noise from the motor system.
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Total AC Load (Line 32) Adding Line 7 (16.5 amps), Line 12 (0.5 amp), Line 28 (9.8 amps), and Line 31 (0.0 amps), we get 26.8 amps. Since our system has only a single phase and, thus, a single branch, our total AC load for sizing the main AC panelboard is 26.8 amps. Rounding up, we ll call it 30 amps.
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Since 1992, two major developments have rolled into the carrier networks. The first was the implementation and rollout of Frame relay networking protocols. Frame Relay met with immediate success because of its ability to handle Wide Area Networking data traffic, replacing (or complementing) older X.25 networks. The network suppliers had to upgrade their equipment to support the newer protocols in their packet switches. Although Frame Relay met with instant success, as described in 10 , it was introduced as a data-only service for the WAN. The commitment to equipment and labor to upgrade the network became a very heavy burden. As with most carriers, network equipment has traditionally been depreciated over a 20year period. Thus, when Frame Relay began rolling into the marketplace in 1992, the depreciation window opened with an end-date of 2022 and counting. Frame Relay was deployed in every major network around the world because of its flexibility and cost advantages over the older protocols. The result was a widely deployed and well-accepted international standard for data communications. The second major development introduced also in 1992 was ATM. ATM is a robust set of protocols that works in more than the WAN, but is designed to work across the various platforms of network from the LAN, CAN, MAN, and WAN. Because it was designed as a transport set of protocols to work at layer 2 of the OSI equivalent model, ATM both competes with and complements the use of Frame Relay. Yet, ATM goes further than just being a data transmission set of protocols. It is designed to carry voice, data, video, and high-speed multimedia traffic. As a broadband communications set of protocols, ATM is the one set of operating protocols that meets the expectations of the end user, local and long distance carrier, and the equipment manufacturers alike. But, like all new protocols that cross boundaries (between the voice and data worlds), ATM needed some added enhancements that were not ready in 1992. Consequently, ATM did not start to catch on until late 1995 and early 1996. Moreover, ATM has been specified and studied to death, slowing its acceptance. Now, just before the new millennium, ATM has come into its own as an accepted and standardized set of protocols for the network providers in the various locations. What remains is a problem with the rollout of the equipment and other associated interfaces. Where the carriers have endorsed and embraced Frame Relay, they now have to upgrade to an ATM backbone network. This will require significant investments. Moreover, the carriers will still have the frame relay switches in the networks that are on the books, usable and still viable traffic handling machines. To solve the problem, several techniques were developed to allow legacy systems, new systems, Frame Relay, and ATM all work together. This concept has been deemed as Frame Relay and ATM internetworking. In reality, it is a form of interworking instead of internetworking.
None of the above information on separations and advanced trapping features will be meaningful if your chosen output is not to a PostScript device. If you don t currently see the PostScript tab, shown in Figure 28-8, you need to define a different print driver. Options in this tab area offer control over PostScript options that use a specific type of page description language, Level 2, Level 3, the type of device, and so on. You set the following options on the PostScript tab:
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