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Although a number of major radio programs provide online transcripts, they are typically provided many hours or even days later. For truly equal access, a new means of creating virtual real-time captions has been needed, yet solutions have been elusive. (...) Additionally, the costs of stenographic captioning are costly and limited due to the typical three year training time and specialized keyboard equipment. (...) By the end of 2014 all NPR programming be available, including with geo-targeted Emergency Alerting services since radio is typically on the air when the power grid is down. By 2015 we expect to be supporting additional radio network’s and expanding into support for local community radio by replicating the process in conjunction with local universities (many of which operate public radio stations).
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Deposits can either be made in cash (typically through an agent), or by receipt of a transfer from another consumer, business, or government entity. The eMoney provider typically uses a software platform from a support services provider to account for the ledger balances. • Regulation requires the eMoney provider keep the entire value of accounts on their ledger on deposit in an aggregated account at one or more commercial banks. (...) Funds held in banks, of course, are typically protected by some form of government insurance, and banks are allowed to lend or otherwise invest a certain amount of balances held on account.
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Therefore, it is assumed that the robustness and stability of such processes against failures which are typical to specific basic services of mobile networks will also have an effect on overall QoS of DFS. 5.2 Technological components of DFS As outlined in other parts of this document, there are some services and functionalities within existing mobile networks which can be used – with a further selection by available features of mobile devices - to realize DFS. (...) Clearly, there are several interactions with typical network properties. For instance, if the transaction is performed while the actor is moving (e.g. in a public transport vehicle or as a passenger in a car), the change of network conditions during a transaction influences the overall success rate. This links the time scale of motion- related impairments to transaction characteristics. If the typical overall duration of a DFS transaction (T1*N1 and T2*N2) is above the typical time during which network properties show degradations, the probability of failure increases.
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Wireless service: Cellular mobile communication BS class (see [b-3GPP TS 36.104]): Local Area BS RF signal: LTE or LTE-A Length of SMF in ODN: 20 or 40 km 9.2.1 Single downlink signal transmission Figure 9-2 shows the typical experimental set-up for measuring the transmission quality of a typical LTE signal. (...) The LTE VSG generated a typical LTE signal with the radio carrier frequency of 2.68 GHz, the bandwidth of 20 MHz, and the power of 0 dBm, in which the LTE band #7 was assumed (see [b-3GPP TS 36.101]). (...) SNI S/R R/S UNI OLT ODN ONU E/O converter O/E converter f : 2.68 GHz λ c : 1549.5 nm 25+5+10 km 0-30 dB RF BW: 20 MHz BW: 3 GHz BW: 1 nm BW: 3 GHz LTE VSG RoF Tx VOA EDFA OBPF RoF Tx LTE SA 3 cascaded LTE band #7 Auto-current EVM SMFs Splitting loss control measurement emulatio n 20 Measured optical power [dBm] –10 0 10 –20 –30 No reach extender –40 (no optical amplifier) 0 dB 10 dB 20 dB 30 dB G Suppl.55(15)_F9-2 Figure 9-2 – Typical experimental set-up (upper) and optical power level diagram (lower) The measured optical power level diagrams for 0, 10, 20, and 30 dB attenuation of the VOA are shown in Figure 9-2.
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 Page 617 - 5G Basics - Core Network Aspects           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 617 - 5G Basics - Core Network Aspects P. 617 Transport aspects 2 9.2.2 Single uplink signal transmission Figure 9-5 shows the typical experimental set-up for measuring the transmission quality of a typical LTE signal. (...) The LTE VSG generated a typical uplink LTE signal with the radio carrier frequency of 2.535 GHz, the bandwidth of 1.4 to 20 MHz, and the power of −10 dBm, in which the LTE band #7 was assumed (see [b-3GPP TS 36.101]). (...) UNI S/R R/S SNI ONU ODN OLT E/O converter O/E converter f RF : 2.535 GHz BW: 1.4 to 50-90 dB λ c : 1551.7 nm 25+5+10 km 0-30 dB 20 MHz BW: 3 GHz Gain: 20 dB BW: 1 nm BW: 3 GHz LTE VSG VOA RoF Tx VOA EDFA OBPF RoF Tx LTE SA 3 cascaded LTE band #7 SMFs EVM Additional Additional measurement propagation optical path loss emulation loss emulation 52 dB 25-40 dB LNA LD PD PA G Suppl.55(15)_F9-5 Figure 9-5 – Typical experimental set-up Figure 9-6 shows the measured EVM as a function of optical path loss to evaluate the available dynamic range of optical path loss.
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1 ANNEX F: SAMPLES AND DRAWINGS TYPICAL ENERGY KIOSK WITH INDEPENDENT SOLAR PANEL TYPICAL LAYOUT OF A RURAL SCHOOL IN ZIMBABWE – TO BE USED FOR PRICING 2 SOLAR ARRAY STRUCTURE The bonding to system earth should be to SANS 10142 or SAZ standards The mounting structure should have the solar modules supporting structure made of mild steel/hot dipped galvanized iron to SABS 0214 (at least 120 micron)
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Contact Typical E/S in FSS Help Contact Contact For any questions on the use of this tool, requests for clarifications concerning the capturing of the characteristics of Typical E/S in the Fixed Satellite Service, you are kindly invited to contact the Radiocommunication Bureau at: BRMAIL: BRMAIL@itu.int Telefax: +41 22 730 5785 © 2022 | ITU-R Space Services Department | 1.2.5991.13913 | Updated: vendredi, mai 27, 2016 08:43:46
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Thereafter HoD conference calls typically occur every two months between GSC meetings. (...) Communiqué Drafting Group Typically, the GSC Chair will organize a group responsible to draft a Communiqué. (...) This is related to, but distinct from, the GSC meetings and typically will have its own Chair and registration process.
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In Annex 3.1.2 Definition of action flows D, the basics for design and definition of QoS and QoE A team, which conducts a test, typically consists of two metrics are described for readers which are not already persons, named P1 and P2. (...) A particular property of systematic service tests is a fre- quency of service usages which is significantly higher than the usage frequency created by a typical end user. 3 TEST SCENARIO UNDER CONSIDERATION A testing campaign, therefore, should contain systemat- ic tests to make sure that usage frequencies typical for In the following, the use case “Person-to-Person” (P2P) testing do not affect testing results with respect to the money transfer is described. (...) This first category is considered to be uncritical as such guard times are A Party and Formal roles for transfer, e.g. A (active role) typically in the range of 10 to 30 seconds. Depending B Party transfers money to B (passive role). on the respective implementation, a second category of SPx and FPx Designation of device types used for a effects may, however, exist which concerns longer peri- transfer, Smartphone x, Feature phone x. ods of time.
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Contents About StarTimes1 DTV Platform of African 2 Key points to discuss3 StarTimes in Africa • The fastest‐growing, most influential digital TV operator in Africa • 200+ DTT transmission sites • DTH signal covers all the sub‐Sahara area • 9 million+ subscribers • 440+ channels  • 4000+ employee 5 Contents About StarTimes1 Typical DTT system composition2 Topics to discuss3 Typical DTT System composition • Content contribution • DVB headend • Backbone transmission • Transmission sites • Terminal system • Business and operation supporting system  Contents About StarTimes1 Typical DTT system composition2 Topics to discuss3 3 Topics to discuss  3.1 FTA or Pay TV?
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