1. DOLMEN krems

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    DOLMEN Halle 3 Krems, Austria Mario de Vega, 2015

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    • Location technology for recreation

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      Enjoy the views across Lake Pukaki near Twizel and find out about the technology that can be used for recreation in the high country. 1. How can GPS be used in the high country? 2. What is an avalanche transceiver and how does it work? 3. How does an emergency locator beacon work? Next step learning: How do you think technology has changed recreation in the high country?

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      • Introduction to EZ-PD CCG2: USB Type-C Cable Controller from Cypress Semiconductor

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        http://www.futureelectronics.com/en/Search.aspx?dsNav=Ny:True,Ro:0,Nea:True,N:900-4294938421 . CCG2 is a programmable, single-chip solution specifically made for Type-C cables and accessories.CCG2 provides a complete USB Type-C and Power Delivery solution for cables. This video shows 3 kits: CCG2 EMCA Demo kit, CCG1 Host Demo kit & CCG1 Client demo kit. https://youtu.be/UMcTaOrYSeU

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        • Qualitäts-Transceiver ab Lager

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          100 Mbit bis 100 Gbit - kompatibel für Ihren Switch und Router

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          • TriLumina MDOC Transceiver Product with individual components

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            TriLumina 10Gbps free space optical communication transceiver product (MDOC) - individual components. TriLumina MDOC product enables optical wireless data transfers at 10Gbps over short or long distances.

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            • On Location Guanajuato, Mexico Coffee Bar: Ep 131: Photo on the Go with Joe McNally

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              http://www.adorama.com AdoramaTV presents Photo on the Go with Joe McNally. In this episode, Joe takes us on a location shoot at a coffee bar in Guanajuato, Mexico. Join Joe as he shows how to capture an interior portrait using an outside light for backlighting and a softbox inside. AdoramaTV features talented hosts including: Mark Wallace, Gavin Hoey, Joe McNally, Tamara Lackey, Diane Wallace, Bryan Peterson and Rich Harrington. Related Products: Elinchrom Ranger 1100ws Battery Operated Flash Power Pack with Battery & Charger http://www.adorama.com/EL10263.html?refby=video Elinchrom Rotalux OctaBox Softbox, 39" http://www.adorama.com/EL26185.html?refby=video PocketWizard Plus X Transceiver http://www.adorama.com/PWPX.html?refby=video PocketWizard Plus III Transceiver http://www.adorama.com/PWP3T2.html?refby=video Nikon D800 Digital SLR Camera http://www.adorama.com/INKD800.html?refby=video Check out Adorama's latest contest here for great prizes!: http://www.adorama.com/alc/category/AdoramaTV-contests If you have questions, share them with us at: adotv@adorama.com

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              • Mammut Pulse Transceiver Firmware 4.0

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                Training, testing & reviewing Mammut's new firmware 4.0 for the Pulse Transceiver in the French Alps

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                • Having Fun With Olivia (HF SWL Ham Radio)

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                  As an amateur radio hobbyist, I enjoy communicating with stations from around the world, using radio waves that are reflected off of the Ionosphere. One of the modes of communications we use on shortwave radio spectrum is known as, "Olivia." Olivia MFSK is an amateur radioteletype protocol designed to work in difficult (low signal-to-noise ratio plus multipath propagation) conditions on shortwave bands. The signal can still be properly copied when it is buried 10 dB below the noise floor (i.e. when the amplitude of the noise is just over 3 times that of the signal). It is commonly used by amateur radio operators to reliably transmit ASCII characters over noisy channels using the high frequency (3-30MHz) spectrum. Olivia modes are commonly referred to as Olivia X / Y (or, alternatively, Olivia Y / X ), where X refers to the number of different audio tones transmitted and Y refers to the bandwidth in hertz over which these signals are spread. Examples of common Olivia modes are 16/500, 32/1000 and 8/250. Using computer sound card technology, an amateur radio operator may use this digital mode with just a simple radio-to-computer interface. This mode works well with low to moderate power levels (less than 100 watts of transmit power). Here is a good website about Olivia: http://www.oliviamode.com/ Also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olivia_MFSK I hope to meet you, on the air, using this digital mode... 73 de NW7US http://NW7US.us

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                  • Example of Bad Audio on JT65A 20m 2013-07-08

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                    Please do not over-drive your transmitter by setting your soundcard output level too high. And, check for RF getting back into your audio. Bad audio causes transmitted signal spurs and interference on the transmitted signal for which you are responsible. http://NW7US.us/jt65a.html is a reference with a how-to guide on setting up your JT65A digital station. When using any digital mode, for instance in our interest of JT65A operation, it is critical that you do not over-drive your transmitter. Concerning ALC readings and digital operation: In every case that I am familiar with, any ALC action at all indicates that the processing circuits are dropping back the audio drive so the radio will not be over-driven. This results in a non-linear mode of operation, since the output does not follow the input in a straight line. The output drops off or stays the same, regardless of an increase in the audio signal level -- in other words, *not linear* ! Digital modes require that the radio transmit a linear signal at all times. This translates to the fact that there should never be an ALC indication when you are transmitting! Now, on occasional "twitch" of the indicator is OK, but even that will cause the signal to be wide and the error rate for the other station will go up, and there will be splatter during those times of ALC movement. So: keep the audio drive settings below that which causes any ALC indication to show, and your transmissions should be clean and pure. 73 de NW7US http://NW7US.us

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                    • TriLumina 10+Gbps Optical Communication Transceiver on US Postage Stamp

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                      2mm x 7mm TriLumina 10+Gbps Optical Communication Transceiver on US Postage Stamp

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