Month of August 2002 - Page Number 1

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    This paper addresses the problem of switching watts of RF power with less than 0.5 dB insertion (bypassing) a remotely located LNA (low noise loss with a transition time of less than 100 usec. A amplifier) used for Satellite Communications typical satellite terminal installation is as shown in (Satcom) in the band of...
    IPCOM000009540D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
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    Fans have long been used to cool electronic components in enclosures. Unfortunately as minia- turization of electronic systems, such as computers and communication equipment, continues the ther- mal problem of getting the heat out of tightly spaced circuit cards. This paper discusses a novel approach to removing heat...
    IPCOM000009539D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
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    Interrupt processing in current PC1 systems is host centric. This architecture works well in PC systems that have a single processor or processor card. However, this architecture causes problems in embedded real-time systems, as well as multi- processor systems. This paper describes how to improve interrupt processing...
    IPCOM000009538D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
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    This paper describes how a PC1 can be aug- mented to provide isochronous transfers, thereby enabling the development of deterministic PC1 applications.
    IPCOM000009537D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
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    This paper describes how a Backplane Host Circuit enables the existence of an embedded SPCI system as well as a universal processor design that is independent of slot location.
    IPCOM000009536D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
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    This paper describes a method of combining multiple backplanes together to build a system based on these combined backplanes. Combining multiple backplanes together inherently meant that bridge and host cards as well as associated cabling be utilized. This traditional method of interconnect- ing backplanes wastes...
    IPCOM000009535D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
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    As the density of cell sites increases, the per- centage of subscribers that can see multiple cell sites increases. A significant blocking rate improvement can be realized if a subscriber is directed to the cell site with the lightest RF traffic load. If the sites have differing numbers of traffic channels, a method...
    IPCOM000009534D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
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    In order to eliminate the negative effects of tar- dem vocoding (increased delay and degraded audio), iDEN uses a protocol to bypass the vocoders in the infrastructure so that compressed VSELP audio is passed between the transcoders (XCDR) instead of PCM. The result is that a virtual point-to- point connection between...
    IPCOM000009533D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
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    Save time after restart of program by doing the ROM test not at every restart. This paper describes improvements in the field of ROM tests at powerup.
    IPCOM000009532D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
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    This paper describes an additional way of warn- ing other car drivers of the coming closer of police, fire brigade or ambulance cars.
    IPCOM000009531D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01