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Few cannections. Sylvania tried five circuit designs before settling on one that met the criteria: the fewest external connections, the fewest power supplies, and the lowest power consumption. The high-voltage SCR must have low leakage, because the EL units use about volts a-c but only about microamps in the on state.
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Lithium ferrite — a material with saturation magnetization of about gauss, a coercive field of 2. The switching loop was four turns of 24 copper wire. Using this configuration, PACT engineers have achieved switching times of less than 1 microsecond, with performance as indicated in the accompanying curve.
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Priced low, they are available in TO-3 and TO cases. Box , Dept. HI, Plainfield, New Jersey The electronics carries out Fourier-transform spectroscopy and indicates whenever a contaminant exceeds an acceptable level. Where things stand with cylindrical film memories page Cylindrical film memories are coming into their own.
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The signal can feed through from an off channel to one that"s on, it can be attenuated significantly, and the switching transients can become very large. Electronics November 11, Industrial electronics Pattern-recognition logic analyzes infrared signals Prototype pollution detector uses an optical interferometer but can identify several contaminants because its logic and active parallel filters enable it to distinguish among those with sim ilar spectra By Alan Bessen Ford Instrument Division, Sperry Rand Corp.
Most conventional instruments are designed to measure only one contaminant—sulfur dioxide, for example—at a time. An optional interferometer that periodically scans a wide range of the infrared spectrum detects traces of gases, vapors, and areosols that absorb energy in this region. The resulting signal is processed using Fourier-transform and decision-theory methods. The analyzer can be tuned to distinguish another set of pollutants by simply changing the logic cards.
Since its output signal ranges from 70 to hertz or some other frequency band in the audio range, the sensor can be connected to its central logic unit by fixed wiring or telephone lines. The result of this phenomenon is that incident radiation is absorbed at these frequencies. Many solid, liquid, and gaseous substances possess an infrared spectrum that can be detected under suitable conditions. Gases such as sulfur dioxide and carbon monoxide—most important in air-pollution studies—exhibit characteristic spectra in the intermediate infrared region.
Others, like carbon dioxide and water, are relatively transparent in at least jpart of this region and won't interfere with measurements. In the sensor shown on the preceding page, an infrared source illuminates two absorption cells with beams of equal intensity. The cell containing the sample of air is continuously refilled.
The other holds air that's free of the pollutants being sought; this air is used as a reference and is periodically changed. All these effects would be taken care of by the discrimination capability of the logic anyway, of course, but the differential approach—equivalent to common-mode rejection—reduces the required dynamic range of the electronics. Separating wavelengths Conventional spectrometers generally employ the dispersion provided by a prism or grating to separate the radiation into its spectral bands.
The energy within a particular band of the dispersed radiation is selected by a narrow slit and measured by an i-r detector, while the energy in other bands is wasted. Because the filter and voltage-comparison circuit outputs can be connected to any channel as indicated by colored arrows the same logic packages can distinguish among many contaminants.
Electronics November 11, Decisive. A reading above the decision rule means contaminant is present in the air sample. However, this limits the speed at which the optics rotates. For a given resolution, then, signal-to-noise ratio can be traded off for speed. To reproduce the spectrum, the inverse Fourier transform of the interferogram must be obtained.
This can be done by digital and analog computer processing, analysis by an audio-frequency wave analyzer, or other means. A tunable-wave analyzer must be swept through its range and the speed at which this can be done is limited by the transient response of the tuned circuit.
The filters are active networks that use an RC combination in the feedback path of a linear amplifier to develop a sharp peak at the resonant frequency. The outputs give the same information as would the output of a wave analyzer tuned to the same frequencies. All filter signals are used together in a spectrum-comparison procedure to identify contaminants.
The pattern formed by the data denoting the presence or absence of a contaminant can be recognized by computer logic. Consider the illustration on page , which shows the distribution of sampled spectral values Sa and Sb for a contaminant C and interferent I at wavelengths a and b. The decision rule here is Sa — 3Sb — In one set of measurements there's no overlap between the areas C and I, so the decision rule clearly separates the substances.
There is an overlap, though, in another set of measurements. The same decision rule will always identify the presence of the contaminant, but since the interferent may also appear to be a contaminant, it may register a false alarm, as indicated by the shaded area.
The quantitative determination of the best weighting factors for given criteria regarding the detection and false-alarm probabilities is a classic problem in statistical decision theory. The thresholds were chosen to at least exceed the electrical noise level of the system. The spectral comparison technique depends on the relative intensities of absorption bands in a spectrum as well as the wavelengths at which these bands occur. When pairs of spectral samples, left, are compared with their decision levels, and the four pairs pass their test, the complete logical test indicates the presence of contaminant 1.
In the basic Michelson interferometer shown at the right, the incident radiation, a, is divided into transmitted, b, and reflected, c, components of equal intensity by the beam splitter. Generally, though, the input radiation is not monochromatic, but has a continuous spectrum.
The interferogram for a Nemst-glower a heated metal-oxide element continuous-spectrum input is shown below. Output of Michelson spectrometer is a time-varying signal, this one of a broadband i-r source. If a low-loss dielectric beam splitter is used, the complementary beam in the schematic on page represents the difference between the input radiation and the radiation in the direct beam reaching the detector.
Ei' v is incident on the beam splitter perpendicular to Ei v. Output E'd appears at the first entrance window and output Ec' at the detector. When the cells are empty of air, the two inputs have the same spectral power and each is proportional to the spectral radiance of the source multiplied by the spectral reflections or transmittance of the various elements of the optical system. When the sample cell contains an absorbing material with spectral transmission t v , the direct beam of the first input is attenuated by this factor.
Assuming no absorption in the reference cell, the complementary beam of the second input remains unchanged. As a result, the spectral content of the interferogram differs somewhat from that of the radiation to be measured. The mirror is driven by an electrically controlled actuator in a sawtooth fashion, as shown below.
Therefore, for a monochromatic input at wave number va, the interferogram consists of a repeated sequence of cosine wave segments, as shown on page , rather than a continuous cosine wave. Moving mirror sweeps a limited distance, so a signal develops only during forward sweep. A monochromatic i-p source would weld chunks of cosine waves left. But interferograms for a broadband source looks like those at right.
Discrete spectral amplitudes are shown at bottom. The prototype contamination system needs a hetero- chromatic—or broadband-input—source, the Nernst glower. Heterochromatic source— KEi i. This smearing limits the measurement resolution — the ability to distinguish between closely spaced spectral lines in the input.
Resolution is also affected by the electronics in the system. A given computer run yielded the response of each filter channel to the absorption spectrum of a specified substance. Wenz Alpine Geophysical Associates Inc. During the manufacture of underwater cameras the cam-actuated contacts for the flash unit must be synchronized with the shutter. A simple, low-cost photoconductive cell can be used to adjust the synchronization.
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R 2 sets enough Qo base current to turn on Q3. If this is done, Q 3 and Q 4 must be matched to ensure that the load current is properly shared between them. UIrick Collins Radio Co. The gain can be varied by changing Rin. The diodes cause the output to clip symmetrically and ensure fast recovery. For the values shown, the amplifier has a bandwidth of 20 megahertz and a delay time of 20 nanoseconds.
Crystal gives precision to a stable multivibrator By Gordon W. Harrison Randwick, Australia A crystal-controlled squarewave oscillator was needed to drive a chain of synchronized divide by 10 multivibrator stages for use in calibrating the time bases of precision oscilloscopes.
The circuit operates like any conventional multivibrator, except that the output of Qo is used to excite the crystal instead of charging a capacitor. Because of this, the circuit is forced to oscillate at the crystal frequency and is thus more accurate.
Crystal replaces a capacitor in an emitter-coupled multivibrator to form a highly-accurate pulse generator. The added components, shown in red, replace a resistor that would normally be connected between points 1 and 2. If the power-supply load is a high resistance, very little current flows through Qi. But if the load resistance is lowered—by a short- circuit for example—the current increases, causing Qi to draw too much current. The higher the resistance in the emitter circuit of Q. Zener triggers a-c alarm circuit By Willard L.
A zener diode can fire and turn off an alarm circuit without backlash. A current of up to 40 amperes flowing through the primary of Ti produces a voltage drop across Ri. This stage is needed to limit the current through Ro and Di and thus limit the current that Do draws. If eo is greater than the zener voltage—3. As a result, e 3 rises abruptly to the power- supply level, causing Q 4 to conduct and triggering the SCR.
The load, in this case an alarm buzzer, is fired once every half cycle. Q 4 is used to match the impedance between the SCR and Q 3. For proper operation, the secondary of T 2 must be in phase with ei. The circuit can also be used for a d-c alarm Electronics November 11, by eliminating Ti and Di. And part of the circuit —can replace the Schmitt trigger in a high-fre- —all components except Ti, Ri, R 2 , Di, and the SCR quency, pulse-shaping circuit.
Capacitor slows down stabilized power supply ByA. Ogilvie Holstebro, Denmark It's often desirable to turn on a high-voltage power supply slowly. With the addition of a capacitor, the series regulator circuit can be modified to turn on slowly.
In a basic series regulator, the voltage at the base of Qi rises exponentially as C charges through R; hence the output voltage gradually increases. To obtain a rise time of 3 seconds, for example, a microfarad capacitor is required. Fedde Univac division, Sperry Rand Corp. Production of plated-wire memories is expanding at about six times as fast a rate as the over-all production of random-access memories in the U.
This is partly due to the fact that the base rate is very small, but it also indicates that significant progress has been made overcoming production problems. Current annual output of plated wire is about 2. By and large, plated-wire memories are being used in new products requiring higher speeds and lower costs than ferrite technology can provide. But an evolutionary replacement of ferrite cores in the main memories of new computers is just starting.
The first installment, which included articles on ferrite core memories and planar thin films, appeared in the October 28 issue of Electronics. For example, Honeywell Inc. Toko Inc. The National Cash Register Co. Other companies working on various aspects of the technology include the Electronics division of the Lockheed Aircraft Corp.
A current in the word line tilts the vector magnetization from Its rest position, shown in solid lines, toward the hard axis of magnetization, generating a pulse in the plated wire. The closed flux path offers significant advantages over the open path that is characteristic of single planar thin-film elements.
With an open flux path, the element would tend to demagnetize itself unless it were made of a material with high coercive force —particularly if it were small. With no gaps in the path, the minimum bit current is obtained for a given material and path length. Twenty bits can be stored in each inch of the wire, which is plated, annealed, and tested in a continuous process, and then cut into segments a foot or two long for incorporation into a memory system.
The size and position of the bit storage cell is set by the interaction of the magnetic drive field generated by current in the word line, as shown above, with digit write current in the wire. This storage element has a number of special characteristics that are particularly interesting when compared with those of conventional ferrite cores and planar thin films. Also, the single drive line in a plated-wire storage element is its own sense-digit line.
Also, plated wire has an explicit output for a 0 readout. Cores ideally would have no output, but they always generate a little noise. Planar films have explicit 0 outputs, but in most versions, the signals for 1 and 0 are smaller than those in cylindrical films; the flux path of a single planar element is open, and that of two coupled planar elements has two air gaps in it. The one disadvantage of plated wire at the present state of the art is its relatively low bit density.
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Maran, Innocentia M. Marcellino, M. Mardikaningrum, Yuliana Dewi Puspa Developing integrated english learning experiences based on living values : an educational program for the fifth and sixth grade Xaverius Elementary Students of Ambon. Maria, Christie Designing a set of extracurricular instructional materials to teach speaking using a problem solving approach to the eighth grade students of SMP Stella Duce 1 Yogyakarta.
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Nilam, Fransiska Amara The effectiveness of corrective peer written feedback in complying with minimum requirements in writing recount texts: an experimental study. Nindyarini, Agnes Shanti Possible utilization of dialogue in the implementation of the english curriculum of the senior high school grade I, term I.
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Nope, C. Nova R. Novianti, Maria Niayu Risma Mr. Novijanti, M. Novitasari, Dhian A set of english vocabulary materials for the third grade students of SD Negeri 1 Panggang using audiolingual method and total physical response. Novitasari, Theresia Designing supplementary speaking materials using experiential learning for the tenth grade students of senior high school.
Novitawati, Christiana A set of instructional materials using authentic materials for advanced listening course of Sanata Dharma University. Nugraha, Suitbertus Fajar Designing a set of english instructional speaking materials emphasizing pre-communicative activities for Hotel Galuh receptionists.
Skripsi thesis, Sanata Dharma Universiy. Nugraha, Yohanes Sapta A study on the development recognition of english derivational suffixes in senior high school. Nugrahani, Maria Margaretta The role of Dr. Nugrahaningrum, Catarina Aprilianti Designing a set of English extracurricular materials using group activities to teach speaking to the first grade of senior high school students. Nugraheni, Anna Maria A set of supplementary materials using task-based learning in improving vocabulary for the second grade students of Stella Duce 2 Senior High School Yogyakarta.
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Oktorio, Heribertus Hercules Anggi A study of politeness strategies used by the four main characters of yes man. Okty, Santy Designing English instructional materials using pictures as the media to teach vocabulary to the first grade students of Fransiskus 2 Elementary School in Lampung.
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Palupi, M. Riding westward. Pambudi, Haryo Aji Beliefs about english learning among non-english college students. Pamungkas, Andreas Dwi Septiaji An analysis of English grammar errors in English standard operational procedure material for Indomaret cashiers.
Pamungkas, Andreas Sigit Designing a set of english instructional speaking materials for vendors on jalan Malioboro Yogyakarta. Pamungkas, Stephanus Danang A study on the strategies used by skilled and skilled student translators at Sanata Dharma University. Paonganan, Sisilia Iriani Instructional materials design model for the senior high school. Paradita, Lanoke Intan Student engagement in edmodo-facilitated English class.
Paramita, Agatha A study on the relationship between the knowledge of latin prefixes and that of English words containing latin prefixes. Paramita, Dyah Designing an English program for the first grade of the elementary school based on the total physical response and community language learning techniques. Paramita, Laurentia Lila Diction in academic writing of the sixth semeter students of the english education study program of Sanata Dharma University.
Paramitai, Paulina Erawati A set of english supplementary reading materials using intermediate level novels for the eleventh grade students in SMA Tiga Maret Yogyakarta. Parasdya, Bonaventura Estu Classroom management problems during the school practice program. Pareka Y. Parhusip, Indes Permatahati A competence-based self-assessment model for the English teacher of the vocational school.
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Patimasang, Linda Meiske Designing a set of English speaking instructional materials for taxi drivers. Pawestri, Tiara A competence-based English syllabus model for socio-cultural divisions of vocational high school. Penatas, Bartholomeus Diaz Anggun Wisnu Designing vocabulary games as supplementary learning materials for eks 1 [English for kindergarten students 1] in top training centre.
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Pi, ME. Yuanita Designing English instructional materials for educational psychology and guidance students : a case study in the educational pschology and guidance study program-Sanata Dharma University. Soepratman Barong Tongkok. Ping, Maria Teodora Designing a set of communicative English speaking materials for the cabin crew candidates of the Indonesian Domestic Airlines.
Pintorini, Ursula Dyah Instructional grammar material for the first grade cadets of police academy. Posumah, Natje A case study on the correlation between the mastery of vocabulary and in reading comprehension of the SMA Stella Duce students. Prabaningtyas, Hana Lintang The correlation between the intensity of youtube usage and vocabulary acquisition in English language learning.
Prabawa, FX. Wisnu Discussing western norms and values from those of eastern ones as reflected in the life of Holden Caulfield, the main character of J. Prabowo, C. Prabowo, YB. Pradana, Novia A possible reflection of Pearl S. Pradana, Yoseph Mario Code switching used in the English course at the physics education study program of Sanata Dharma University.
Pramesi, Kanina Prepositonal verb errors in academic essay writing assignments. Pramesti, Dijah Aju A preliminary study on the titles in the cover story column editions i to r volume xviii in the dialogue English magazine. Pramudita, Angela Sona Eka Types of peer feedback used by the students in a paragraph writing class. Pramudita, Sekar A Competence-based English learning material model for the technology divisions of vocational high school.
Pramudita, Wahyu English instructional materials based on the contextual teaching and learning approach for the fourth grade students of Kanisius Kadirojo Elementary School Yogyakarta. Pramudita, Wahyu Web-based moodle: blended English instructional design for junior high school. Pramundito, Herda Criticism on environmental destruction, social injustice, and extremism in Indonesia through Navicula selected song lyrics.
Pramuningtyas, Astrid Puji The use of online grammar exercises to enhance learning engagement of English education students of Sanata Dharma University. Pramushanti, Y. Adventa Designing a set of integrated english supplementary speaking materials for speaking IV subject in english language education study program of Sanata Dharma University. Pramusita, Santa Maya Cooperative learning of English among very young learners: intrinsic case study.
Prananingrum, B. Prandika, Wilda The implementation of flash cards to improve irregular verb mastery among the eighth grade students of SMP N 3 Klaten. Pranoto, Eva Kristantina The importance of learning culture in translation class.
Pranoto, Mariana A study of the genetive case of English nouns. Prasetio, Christianti Surjani A case grammar study of lexicalized roles in verbs having similiar noun forms. Prasetya, Anastasia Permata Liska English code-switching in Indonesian translated teenage girl magazines. Prasetya, Eko Windu The linguistic features affecting the choice of ditransitive constructions in English.
Prasetya W. Prasetyaningsih, E. Prasetyawati, Octana Ayu The use of instagram to promote student Engagement in basic writing class. Prasetyawati, Steffany Dian Content analysis on canggih bahasa Inggris workbook for 7th grade of junior high school. Prasetyo, Matius Teguh A study on content validity of the assessments prepared by practice teaching students. Prasetyowati, Natalia Dwi Designing a set of english instructional materials for the marketing staff of freight forwarders in Yogyakarta.
Prastiwi, Agnestia A Set of instructional speaking materials using task-based language teaching for the tenth grade students of the marketing program of SMK Negeri 7 Yogyakarta. Pratama, Indrias A Study of meanings and functions of long beach slang in freedom writers movie. Pratama, Ryan Andhika An analysis of idiomatic expression translation in school of rock movie. Pratama, Ryan Andhika The role of vision and mission in religion based private Universities on English teacher professional development.
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