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  • Alltec Protection Pyramid
    lines can carry extreme voltage transients many miles. It is prudent that certain steps be taken to protect people, equipment, and buildings; the TerraEval TM Advanced Solution Assessment engineering service is specifically designed for this purpose. Alltec's three-step Protection Pyramid TM
  • ESD Protection for HDMI 1.3
    reliability. Adding external transient protection for HDMI is difficult, however, due to HDMI's sensitivity to signal integrity. Each additional device added to the signal line implies extra parasitic elements that can affect signal transmission.
  • Optimized Lightning Protection for Higher Frequencies (.pdf)
    . conductors, such as Cat5, are not able to. withstand the harsh electromagnetic environment. nearly as well. This article focuses. on 4- to 6-GHz class protection in a coaxial. transmission line for long term use and high. availability applications.
  • ADSL Equipment: Application Overview
    Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Lines (ADSL) employ an asymmetrical digital line technology to provide a transmission rate up to 6.144Mbps from the Central Office Terminal (COT) to the Remote Terminal (RT) and a 640kbps transmission rate from the RT to the COT at distances up to 12,000 feet. See
  • Optical Switching - Preface
    . From a business perspective, the Internet is a powerful advertising. tool that offers new ways in which a company can interact with its customers. Additionally, the use of the Internet for connections between remote company. locations can replace expensive and inflexible private leased lines
  • Avoiding Grid Meltdown
    Difficulties with the grid are part technological, part political The schematic of a typical power system reveals where Facts devices will most likely fit. Statcoms and SSSCs (static synchronous compensators and static synchronous series compensators) respectively compensate for transmission-line
  • 2004 Volvo XC90
    puts out 208 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque. A five-speed automatic transmission with adaptive-shift logic sends power to the wheels, and it never failed to deliver. The engine also gets 18/24 mpg (city/hwy) and meets ULEV II pollution standards. (An optional in-line six-cylinder 2.5-liter engine with twin
  • Crossbar Technology (CBT)
    to the transmission line for better signal integrity; low-voltage CBT (CBTLV) that features simple n-channel and p-channel MOS transistors optimized for 3.3 V operation while maintaining low propagation delays and low current supply; very low voltage bus switch (CBTV) that features simple n-channel and p-channel MOS

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