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Bistatic Ambient Tag 1.1 Scalability and practical implications of Tag Exciter + source the AE approach Active Exciter Active Generally, AE backscatter systems are considered to be Rx. Rx. extremely scalable because they can theoretically en- Dedicated Exciter(DE) Ambient Exciter(AE) able communication without any deployment. (...) Further, such tags can only be built to synthesize one kind of backscatter pack- (iii) Dedicated Exciter Passive Receiver (DEPR) [8, 9, ets using one kind of excitation signal.
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The only Ideal link requirement is that in the case of a modulated exciter Passive Receiver (PR) link in BTTN signal, the bandwidth of the tag-to-tag backscatter is lower than the bandwidth of the excitation signal. (...) THE FUNDAMENTALS also occur in so-called bistatic AR systems [12] where the exciter and receiver are separate. On the other hand, in monostatic AR systems like traditional RFID, the re- One of the most challenging requirements of a PR is ceiver (reader) is able to cancel out the excitation sig- to receive the inherently weak backscatter signal in the nal and use IQ demodulation for the received backscat- presence of a much stronger interfering excitation with- ter. (...) The received signal (Tx to Rx distance) depends critically on the excitation has a very low modulation index due to the small ampli- power available at the Tx tag regardless of whether the tude of the backscatter signal combined with the much excitation source is DE or AE.
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WORKING PAPER : THE POSSIBLE RELATIONSHIP OF REMOTE SENSING TECHNOLOGIES TO BWC VERIFICATION / UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
In the microwave region, the photon energies are sufficient to resonantly excite the molecule between two rotational energy levels. (...) Collisions also affect the excited state lifetimes since energy transfer by collision is one of several nonradiative means of de-exciting a state, in competition with the more useful (for remote sensing purposes) radiative emission. (...) Laser induced fluorescence has been used successfully in lidar remote sensing scenarios.7 Despite the lack of characteristic fine structure, a spectrometric fingerprint can be obtained though the combination of the scanned excitation frequency and the dispersed fluorescence at each excitation frequency.
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Based on the types of excitation and receivers, we discriminate four types of backscattering systems: (i) Dedicated Exciter Active Receiver systems, (ii) Ambient Exciter Active Receiver systems, (iii) Dedicated Exciter Passive Receiver systems, and (iv) Ambient Exciter Passive Receiver systems. (...) In the broad literature, backscatter systems are classified based on the source of excitation into two types: The promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) has fo- mented research into a wide array of wireless technolo- 1. Dedicated exciter (DE) systems: a source of ex- gies and devices capable of providing the required ubiq- citation is deployed specifically for the purpose of uitous connectivity at a very large scale.
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Raj, I am writing on behalf of Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) to share our new report, “‘Excited Delirium’ and Deaths in Police Custody: The Deadly Impact of a Baseless Diagnosis.” (...) Indeed, according to one study, nearly 60 percent of deaths that occur in police custody that are attributed to “excited delirium” involve Black and Latinx victims.1 PHR’s report finds that “excited delirium” is not a valid, independent medical or psychiatric diagnosis and should not be used by clinicians, attorneys, or law enforcement. As the report details, the concept of “excited delirium” is scientifically meaningless because of the lack of consensus or rigorous evidentiary basis behind it.
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G.728 : Coding of speech at 16 kbit/s using low-delay code excited linear prediction   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : Publications : Recommendations : G Series : G.728 Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     G.728 : Coding of speech at 16 kbit/s using low-delay code excited linear prediction Recommendation G.728 In force components Number Title Status G.728 (06/12)   Coding of speech at 16 kbit/s using low-delay code excited linear prediction   In force G.728 (2012) Erratum 1 (05/14)     In force     Superseded and Withdrawn components Number Title Status G.728 (09/92)   Coding of speech at 16 kbit/s using low-delay code excited linear prediction   Superseded G.728 (1992) Amendment 1 (05/06)   Revised Annex J - Variable bit-rate operation of LD-CELP mainly for voiceband-data applications in DCME   Superseded G.728 Annex G (11/94)   16 kbit/s fixed point specification   Superseded G.728 Annex G (1994) Corrigendum 1 (02/00)     Superseded G.728 Annex H (07/97)   Variable bit rate LD-CELP operation mainly for DCME at rates less than 16 kbit/s   Superseded G.728 Annex H (05/99)   Variable bit rate LD-CELP operation mainly for DCME at rates less than 16 kbit/s   This Annex includes 1 CD-ROM containing the test data for verification of G.728 Annex H low bit rate LD-CELP implementations Superseded G.728 Annex I (05/99)   Frame or packet loss concealment for the LD-CELP decoder   Superseded G.728 Annex J (09/99)   Variable bit-rate operation of LD-CELP mainly for voiceband-data applications in DCME   This Annex includes 1 CD-ROM containing the test vectors for verification of G.728 Annex J variable bit-rate LD-CELP implementations Superseded G.728 Appendix I (07/95)   Programs and test sequences for implementation verification of the algorithm of the G.728 16 kbit/s LD-CELP speech coder   This document corresponds to G.728 Appendix I. (...) The document reproduces the user guide published in the CCITT collective letter No. 17/XV (1992) Superseded G.728 Appendix II (11/95)   Speech performance   Superseded G.Imp728 (01/04)   Implementors' Guide for ITU-T Recommendation G.728 ("Coding of speech at 16 kbit/s using low-delay code excited linear prediction")   Superseded G.Imp728 (04/06)   Implementors' Guide for ITU-T Recommendation G.728 ("Coding of speech at 16 kbit/s using low-delay code excited linear prediction")   Superseded   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-T Publications Updated : 2017-04-04  
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G.728 : Coding of speech at 16 kbit/s using low-delay code excited linear prediction   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : Publications : Recommendations : G Series : G.728 Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     G.728 : Coding of speech at 16 kbit/s using low-delay code excited linear prediction Recommendation G.728 In force components Number Title Status G.728 (06/12)   Coding of speech at 16 kbit/s using low-delay code excited linear prediction   In force G.728 (2012) Erratum 1 (05/14)     In force     Superseded and Withdrawn components Number Title Status G.728 (09/92)   Coding of speech at 16 kbit/s using low-delay code excited linear prediction   Superseded G.728 (1992) Amendment 1 (05/06)   Revised Annex J - Variable bit-rate operation of LD-CELP mainly for voiceband-data applications in DCME   Superseded G.728 Annex G (11/94)   16 kbit/s fixed point specification   Superseded G.728 Annex G (1994) Corrigendum 1 (02/00)     Superseded G.728 Annex H (07/97)   Variable bit rate LD-CELP operation mainly for DCME at rates less than 16 kbit/s   Superseded G.728 Annex H (05/99)   Variable bit rate LD-CELP operation mainly for DCME at rates less than 16 kbit/s   This Annex includes 1 CD-ROM containing the test data for verification of G.728 Annex H low bit rate LD-CELP implementations Superseded G.728 Annex I (05/99)   Frame or packet loss concealment for the LD-CELP decoder   Superseded G.728 Annex J (09/99)   Variable bit-rate operation of LD-CELP mainly for voiceband-data applications in DCME   This Annex includes 1 CD-ROM containing the test vectors for verification of G.728 Annex J variable bit-rate LD-CELP implementations Superseded G.728 Appendix I (07/95)   Programs and test sequences for implementation verification of the algorithm of the G.728 16 kbit/s LD-CELP speech coder   This document corresponds to G.728 Appendix I. (...) The document reproduces the user guide published in the CCITT collective letter No. 17/XV (1992) Superseded G.728 Appendix II (11/95)   Speech performance   Superseded G.Imp728 (01/04)   Implementors' Guide for ITU-T Recommendation G.728 ("Coding of speech at 16 kbit/s using low-delay code excited linear prediction")   Superseded G.Imp728 (04/06)   Implementors' Guide for ITU-T Recommendation G.728 ("Coding of speech at 16 kbit/s using low-delay code excited linear prediction")   Superseded   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-T Publications Updated : 2017-04-04  
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At the same time there are some exciting highlights from around the region in the report, with countries such as Korea and Vietnam scoring well for the work that they are doing in the exciting and emerging area of eParticipation. (...) Now is a great time to reach out to those same people with new and exciting ideas of what can be done in the next phase of your program, work with them to establish support for your next big adventure. (...) Now is a great time to take a look at the survey data coming out of the United Nations, reflect on your own national program and put a plan in place for an exciting decade ahead! Country :  Source Date : 1/7/2008 [Read More...]
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Based on the types of excitation and receivers, we discriminate four types of backscattering systems: (i) Dedicated Exciter Active Receiver systems, (ii) Ambient Exciter Active Receiver systems, (iii) Dedicated Exciter Passive Receiver systems, and (iv) Ambient Exciter Passive Receiver systems.
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