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International Telecommunication Union Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Page 14 of 25 Exercise 12 Propagation Models  Step1: Launch the SMS4DC software.  Step 2: Launch the DEM view using toolbar push button.  Step3: Open the “Database’’ menu and select ”Station in Desktop’’.  Step4: Select the record of station(BCTEST1).  Step5: Push OK button to display station on map.  Step6: Draw a Box around BCTEST1 station by using toolbar push button  Step7: Open the menu “propagation Models” and select “P.1546” item and select Area.  Step8: Select the record BCTEST1.  Step9: Set parameters and push OK then save results .  Step10: Open the menu “Tools” and select “contour value” item and then set threshold value and push OK then save results.  Step11: Open the menu “Tools” again and select “remove contour from display”  Step12: Open the menu “Tools” again and select “coverage Area”.  Step13: Open the menu “window” and select “Main Desktop”.  Step14: Open the menu” Propagation Models” and select “Overlay” then select Area calculation(P1546).  Step 15: Go to step 7 and select other point to Area Propagation models and repeat steps 8 -14.  Step 16: create another station near to the ‘BCTEST1’ station with freq=100 MHZ with the name of ‘BCTEST2’. (...) International Telecommunication Union Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Page 16 of 25 Exercise 13 Propagation Models LM  Step 1: launch the SMS4DC Software.  Step 2: Launch the DEM view using toolbar push button.  Step 3: create a base station in land mobile service (FB TEST1) with Service = land mobile and class of station = FB and Freq=300 MHz and antenna height =10m.  Step 4: Draw a box around FB TEST1 by using toolbar push button.  Step 5: Open the menu “propagation Models” Select “P.1546” item and then select area.  Step 6: Select the record FB TEST1.  Step 7: Set parameters and push OK to start calculation.  Step 8: Open the menu “Tools” and Select “Contour value” item and the set threshold value and push OK then save results.  Step 9: Open the menu “Tools” and select “remove contour from display”.  Step 10: Open the menu “Tools” and select “Coverage area” then set threshold value and push OK.  Step 11: Open the menu “window” and select “Main Desktop”.  Step 12: Open the menu “ propagation Models” and select “Overlay” then select area calculation (P1546).  Step 13: Go to step 7 and select and select other point to area propagation models and repeat steps 8-13. (...) International Telecommunication Union Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Page 19 of 25  Step 17: Open the “data base” menu and select “Display Link”.  Step 18: Select the record of new established hop.  Step 19: push OK button to display stations of selected hop on map.  Step 20: open the menu “propagation Model” and select Link item under the ITU-R P.370 propagation model.  Step 21: Repeat step 20 for p.530 propagation model.
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Page 775 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 775 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 775 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things 5 8.3.3 Camera pan-tilt-zoom control FE The camera pan-tile-zoom control FE: – calculates pan, tilt, and zoom values of each sub-camera object according to the position and the size of the object of interest in the frame of the main camera object in order to make camera objects within the same camera object group look at the same object of interest; – transmits the calculated pan, tilt, and zoom values of sub-camera objects to each corresponding sub-camera object within the same camera object group in order to control the sub-camera objects, respectively. 8.4 Video playback terminal function The video playback terminal function: – consists of the audience's selection options management and video play FEs. 8.4.1 Audience's selection options management FE The audience's selection options management FE: – shows a list of available audience selection options to the audience; – receives audience's selection information from the audience; – transmits audience's selection information to the camera control server function; – transmits audience's selection information to each camera object function; – includes options of an object of interest selection, a main camera object selection, and a selection of interested camera objects among multi-camera objects providing different views; – includes the audience's choices among available audience selection options. 8.4.2 Video play FE The video play FE: – receives an audience-selected video from the camera object function; – shows a current status of each camera object group, a current camera control status of each camera object, a currently-selected main camera object, the position of each object of interest, multi-camera video thumbnails, and an audience-selected video with audience-selected playing options; – plays an audience-selected video; – controls a playing status of the current audience-selected video with audience-selected playing options.
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Select Nationality … Select Previous UNICEF email address Country of birth … Select Organizational Assignment Contract Elements Business Area … Select Start Date (YYYY-MM-DD) Org Unit (Duty station) … Select End Date (YYYY-MM-DD) Primary Manager/Supervisor System ID Full or Part Time? (...) … Select Will the individual need UNICEF email and systems access? … Select Contract No. (or Reference Doc.) 4. Bank Account Information Account Type … Select Vendor's Bank Account Number Account holder's name IBAN Bank Account Currency … Select 5.
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Questions and Answers/ Discussion 5:00 – 5:15: Break 5:15 –6:00 Session Two: Indicator selection Chair: Ms. Vidiah Ramkhelawan, Government of Trinidad and Tobago 5:15–6:00 Indicators of sustainable development and monitoring national sustainable development strategies Mr. (...) Singh, Environmental Officer, Ministry of the Environment, Water Resources and Drainage, Government of Barbados The presentation will present the indicators selected to monitor progress towards achieving the goal of ‘Building a Green Economy’. (...) The presentation will cover principles for indicators of sustainable development, the selection process for indicator sets, and highlight challenges and good practices made in the selection and implementation of indicators. 10:30 – 10:45 Questions and Answers/ Discussion 10:45 – 11:00 Break 11:00 – 12:30 Session Three: Integrating cross-cutting issues into sustainable development strategies and indicators Chair: Mr.
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It will be selected based on service and operational requirements for each service application. (...) This is because the availability of hardware and software to support the specific Carrier Selection and Network Identification scheme can have an impact on the Carrier Selection and Network Identification method that is selected. b) Impact on network interconnections and interworking In choosing a Carrier Selection and Network Identification methodology, the issues of network interconnection and interworking between networks and carriers should be considered. (...) The transport of Carrier Selection and Network identification information between networks may also be necessary. c) Impact on retaining or discarding Carrier Selection and Network Identification information Carrier Selection and Network Identification information is necessary to determine the routing and settlement arrangements for international calls.
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Table II.18   Exports of fuels and mining products by region, 2006   Table II.19   Imports of fuels of selected economies by region and supplier, 2006    Table II.20   Imports of fuels of selected economies, 1990-06    Table II.21   Imports of fuels of selected regions and economies from the Middle East, 2000 and 2006 back to top 4. (...) Table II.39   Imports of EDP and office equipment of selected economies by region and supplier, 2006    Table II.39b   Imports of EDP and office equipment of selected economies by region and supplier, (continued), 2006    Table II.40   Leading exporters and importers of EDP and office equipment, 2006    Table II.41   Exports of EDP and office equipment of selected economies, 1990-2006    Table II.42   Imports of EDP and office equipment of selected economies, 1990-2006 back to top 4.3.2. (...) Table II.56   Textile exports by principal region, 2006    Table II.57   Textile imports of selected economies by region and supplier, 2006    Table II.57b   Textile imports of selected economies by region and supplier, (continued), 2006    Table II.57c   Textile imports of selected economies by region and supplier, (continued), 2006    Table II.58   Leading exporters and importers of textiles, 2006    Table II.59   Textile exports of selected economies, 1990-2006    Table II.60   Textile imports of selected economies, 1990-2006 back to top 4.6.
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Expert Committee on Selection and Use of Essential Medicines Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) Applications to “24th Expert Committee meeting" Upcoming events 24 – 28 April 2023 24th Expert Committee on Selection and Use of Essential Medicines Past events 21 June – 2 July 2021 23rd Expert Committee on Selection and Use of Essential Medicines 1 – 5 May 2019 22nd Expert Committee on Selection and Use of Essential Medicines 2021 update of the WHO Model Lists of Essential Medicines 27 January 2022 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2021) - TRS 1035 WHO Technical Report Series, No. 1035 Download Read More 30 September 2021 Executive summary: the selection and use of essential medicines 2021: report of the 23rd WHO Expert Committee...   (...) Download Read More Previous reports of the Expert Committee 30 January 2020 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2019) - TRS 1021 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2019) - TRS 1021 30 January 2017 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2017) - TRS 1006 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2017) - TRS 1006 30 January 2015 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2015) - TRS 994 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2015) - TRS 994 30 January 2013 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2013) - TRS 985 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2013) - TRS 985 30 January 2011 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2011) - TRS 965 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2011) - TRS 965 30 January 2009 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2009) - TRS 958 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2009) - TRS 958 30 January 2008 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2007) - TRS 950 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2007) - TRS 950 30 January 2008 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2007) - TRS 946 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2007) - TRS 946 30 January 2006 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2005) - TRS 933 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2005) - TRS 933 30 January 2004 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2003) - TRS 920 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2003) - TRS 920 30 January 2003 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2002) - TRS 914 The Selection and Use of Essential Medicines (2002) - TRS 914 30 January 2000 The Use of Essential Drugs (1999) - TRS 895 The Use of Essential Drugs (1999) - TRS 895 30 January 1999 The Use of Essential Drugs (1997) - TRS 882 The Use of Essential Drugs (1997) - TRS 882 29 January 1999 The Use of Essential Drugs (1995) - TRS 867 The Use of Essential Drugs (1995) - TRS 867 30 January 1996 The Use of Essential Drugs (1993) - TRS 850 The Use of Essential Drugs (1993) - TRS 850 29 January 1992 The Use of Essential Drugs (1991) - TRS 825 The Use of Essential Drugs (1991) - TRS 825 30 January 1991 The Use of Essential Drugs (1989) - TRS 796 The Use of Essential Drugs (1989) - TRS 796 30 January 1988 The Use of Essential Drugs (1987) - TRS 770 The Use of Essential Drugs (1987) - TRS 770 30 January 1986 The Use of Essential Drugs (1984) - TRS 722 The Use of Essential Drugs (1984) - TRS 722 30 January 1984 The Use of Essential Drugs (1982) - TRS 685 The Use of Essential Drugs (1982) - TRS 685 30 January 1980 The Selection of Essential Drugs (1979) - TRS 641 The Selection of Essential Drugs (1979) - TRS 641 30 January 1978 The Selection of Essential Drugs (1977) - TRS 615 The Selection of Essential Drugs (1977) - TRS 615 Regions Africa Americas Eastern Mediterranean Europe South-East Asia Western Pacific Policies Cyber security Ethics Permissions and licensing Preventing sexual exploitation Terms of use About us Careers Library Procurement Publications Frequently asked questions Contact us Subscribe to our newsletters Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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., player 1 and player 2) and then show them to the audience for selection; – the camera management server constitutes an initial corresponding camera group for each object of interest candidate using all available cameras based on the positions of each object of interest, and each camera; – an audience first selects one object from the object of interest candidates (e.g., player 2), and also selects one of the cameras in the selected camera group (e.g., camera 5 in camera group B); – the camera management server receives the audience's selections for the camera and object of interest, and broadcasts a selected camera-view video (e.g., camera 5 in camera group B); – as an object of interest (e.g., player 2) moves in the scene during the running time, the camera management server updates each member of each camera group based on the updated position of each object of interest (e.g., In Figure 1, camera 5 in the initial camera group B is deleted from the updated camera group B); – with updated camera members of each group, the camera management server shows each updated selectable camera list for each object of interest; – then, an audience may change which camera view to watch (e.g., from camera 5 in initial camera group B to camera 6 in updated camera group B). 7 Requirements of ASM service framework 7.1 Service requirements 7.1.1 Media selection option The ASM service is required to provide audiences with: – media selection option to select media according to their interests and preferences; – video selection option to select one camera object among multi-camera objects; – switching option to change the current camera object to another camera object among multi-camera objects. 7.1.2 Object of interest selection option The ASM service is required to: – provide audiences with a selection option of object of interest to select an object they wish to watch; – support audiences with changing option of object of interest to in the running time; – support identification of each object of interest with an appropriate identifier (ID). 7.1.3 Main camera object selection option – the ASM service is required to provide audiences with a main camera object selection option among multi-camera objects. 7.1.4 Camera object group selection option – the ASM service is required to provide audiences with the choice of a camera object group selection that captures each object of interest among multi-camera object groups according to their preferences. 756 Rec.
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Page 774 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 774 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 774 5 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things – receives the positions or the tracking result of the audience-selected object of interest in each frame of the main camera object when one of the camera objects is selected as a sub-camera object; – receives the audience's selection information such as an object of interest selection, a main camera object selection in a camera object group, a selection of an interested camera object among multi-camera objects, video playback terminal selection, and camera object group selection from the video playback terminal function; – receives the camera control information such as pan-tilt-zoom values from camera pan-tilt- zoom control FE of the camera control server function. 8.2.3 Video transmission FE The video transmission FE: – transmits a video stream of the main camera object selected by audience to the video playback terminal function. 8.3 Camera control server function The camera control server function: – consists of main camera object management, camera object group management, and optional camera pan-tilt-zoom control FEs. 8.3.1 Main camera object management FE The main camera object management FE: – receives the audience's main camera object selection information from the video playback terminal function; – updates the main camera object candidates in each camera object group for updating based on the tracking results of the audience-selected object of interest transmitted from the object of interest processing FE within appropriate intervals; – recommends the main camera object candidates in each camera object group to the audiences based on the tracking results of the object of interest when the main camera object needs to be updated; – notifies the audience's selection to the newly audience-selected main camera object in order to track the selected object of interest and transmit an audience-selected video when the audience's main camera object selection information is updated from the video playback terminal function. 8.3.2 Camera object group management FE The camera object group management FE: – initially generates camera object groups according to each identified object of interest; – classifies each camera object into its corresponding camera object group according to the existence of identified objects of interest in camera objects; – receives the position or the tracking result of the audience-selected object of interest in each frame from all the camera objects in the group within appropriate time interval; – updates the members of each camera object group based on the tracking result of each audience-selected object of interest; – notifies member updates in each camera object group to the audiences. 760 Rec.
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