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// Demonstrate the Conditional attribute. #define TRIAL using System; using System.Diagnostics; class Test { [Conditional("TRIAL")] void Trial() { Console.WriteLine("Trial version, not for distribution."); } [Conditional("RELEASE")] void Release() { Console.WriteLine("Final release version."); } static void Main() { Test t = new Test(); t.Trial(); // called only if TRIAL is defined t.Release(); // called only if RELEASE is defined } }
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Figure 17-2: Cellular interconnection of microwave radio WinStar Communications, a new Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC), is pioneering the use of micro/millimeter wave radio communications in the 30 + GHz frequency range. This allows the CLEC to deliver broadband communications to the consumer s door without the use of telephone company wires. The new PCS industry is expected to choose microwave radio technology for the interconnection and backhaul transport on its expanding network. The PCS suppliers and the cellular suppliers do not want to pay the local telephone company for monthly T1 access lines from the cell sites to the mobile switching sites. Therefore, to eliminate the monthly recurring charges, they have installed microwave radio systems in the 18 23 GHz frequency range. Tens of thousands of new cell sites and PCS sites will be constructed over the next few years, further expanding the use of microwave radio systems in each of these sites. As third-generation, handheld devices make their way into the industry, more wireless interconnectivity will be used. Microwave also played a very crucial part of the PCS industry as the PCS systems use the 1.9 2.3 GHz frequency band. Fixed systems operators such as police, fire, electric utilities, and some municipal organization occupied these frequencies. To accommodate the move of these users from the 2 GHz frequency band, microwave was used to relocate the users to a new band, as mandated by the FCC. One study indicated that the PCS industry would spend over $3 billion in microwave equipment and services by 2005. Another large demand for microwave emerged in the Competitive Access Providers (CAPs) market. CAPs offer long-distance access to customers at lower prices than the local telephone companies and the newer competitors. The CAPs normally install their own fiber-optic wires. However, they recognize the benefit of expanding coverage to consumer building entrances, using a wireless, high-speed connection. The CAPs are supplementing their fiber-based networks with Wireless CAPs . WCAPs use microwave transmission to deliver the telecom service without the need for a costly, wire-based infrastructure (see Figure 17-3 ).
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