- Sprint Nextel Corporation is a telecommunications company based in Overland Park, Kansas. The company owns and operates the third largest wireless telecommunications network in United States, with 48.2 million customers, behind Verizon Wireless and AT&T Mobility.
- a form to use when making an application
- (Application forms) are not available until the Foundation has approved a letter of inquiry from a qualified nonprofit organization.
- (Application Forms) The comprehensive, easy-to-use forms that were implemented by FEMA in 1992 to facilitate the processing of requests for conditional and final revisions or amendments to NFIP maps.
assurance wireless application form – Digi International
Digi International Digi Neo 2 Ports Pci Rs-232 Plug-in card Wired 460.8 Kbps
The Digi Neo Universal PCI cards leverage an Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) to provide throughput speeds exceeding 460.8 Kbps, large buffers for data transfer, low latency and baud rate customization. These features, along with on-board surge suppression on each signal and the low profile size, make the Digi Neo ideal for application solutions with tight workstation constraints and specialized server environments. Support for the most popular operating systems and the variety of cabling options available with the Digi Neo allow the user flexibility in their installation set-up. The enhanced software monitoring and diagnostic tools provide the user assurance that the set-up has been installed properly and working at the specified serial port settings.
Here the new parts for the IR laser adjustement. In the past the setup of this laser signal was always a pain. This adjustement need to be very exactly to have the max reflected signal on the microcontroller. Now the new setup make this adjustements simply. I can finetune the laser into all direction, first very coarse and then very precise into the X and Y direction. As you can see there are a lot of small parts. But this new setup give me the assurance to have always the max detection signal. This cost me 5 days of heavy works to make all this very small parts! once for the left side and once for the right side. The IR laser works at 840 nm and is pulsed 20us on and 20us off. The difference between the ambient light and the IR laserlight is processed into the AVR controller ATtiny45 into a separeted macro lens the AF60/2.8Dmicro from Nikkor. The information go to the central CPLD controller to make the decision to take a photo in focus.
Brian McAlpine Presents the Capsule NeuronTM at HIMSS 2009
Benefits of the Capsule Neuron include:
* Continuous assurance that vital signs data are automatically being transmitted from patient devices to enterprise information system(s)
* Immediate alerting at the bedside of connectivity problems for quicker troubleshooting
* Touch screen interface for easy access to additional device connectivity status information and history log of connectivity
* Wireless communication to the server to eliminate the need to pull Ethernet cabling to each bedside, reduce cable clutter, and provider greater flexibility for mounting and deployment
* Capsule’s platform of the future that will be field upgradeable to support an expanding set of solutions to enable improved bedside workflow and enhanced patient safety
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Today the South Korean handset manufacturer officially unveiled Samsung F490, a rich multimedia mobile phone with all-over 3.2-inch display, no hardware keypad and 5 megapixel camera running on the award-wining Croix UI. The tri-band HSDPA/EDGE-enabled Samsung F490, a phone we’ve recently wrote about, looks like the younger brother of Samsung F700 since it features no hardware keyboard and is completed in bar form factor. No doubt the F490 has its own strengths too, standing at only 11.8mm thickness with rounded corners and glossy surface, loaded with some nice features on board. The extra large 3.2-inch TFT touchscreen with 240 x 432 pixels resolution occupies almost the entire front panel, leaving only a small space bellow for the call and end keys, which are also touch sensitive. The haptic feedback further facilitates the phone handling, offering tangible assurance that the touchscreen has accepted your command. The 16:9 widescreen ratio of the display benefits picture, video and internet browsing, too. The video player supports WMV, MPEG4, H.263, H.264 file formats in up to VGA resolution at 30fps. Other intriguing feature is the 5 megapixel camera with built-in LED flash but sadly no autofocus. This is the first 5-megapixel camera fitted into a mobile phone that lacks autofocus to assist the user. The camera is also capable of recording MPEG4 clips with QVGA resolution at 15 fps. Storing favorite video files, music and pictures is easy with the 130 MB on-board memory and slot for microSD cards. Music addicts will appreciate the standard 3.5mm audio jack of Samsung F490. As the Bluetooth supports A2DP profile, users will be able to listen to music on wireless stereo headsets, too. A nice final touch gives the pre-installed Google Search application and the optimized full HTML web browser (NetFront 3.4).