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Elect. Eng Tools 21-Jul-95 Universal Programmer 32 pin PLCC to 32 Dip Adapter 21.47 493.88 61.12 Toner Cable Equip 10-Aug-95 BTL61500090 SA7U 4121 Variable Attenuator 3.99 91.86 11.37 Toner Cable Equip 10-Aug-95 VTK51500100 VSg-21 SYNC Generator 36.99 850.79 105.28 Toner Cable Equip 10-Aug-95 VTK51500110 DAT-1 Rackmount Frame 3.79 87.21 10.79 Toner Cable Equip 10-Aug-95 (2ea) BTL 11400120 AM-60-550 (59412) Modulator 48.96 1,125.97 139.33 Toner Cable Equip 10-Aug-95 PBN99900120 2107A-0807TX Transmitter 323.93 7,450.40 921.96 Toner Cable Equip 10-Aug-95 PBN99900030 9-ORH Housing 2.48 56.95 7.05 Toner Cable Equip 10-Aug-95 PBN99900130 7OR-750-/22-42/54 SC/UPC 46.82 1,076.76 133.24 Toner Cable Equip 10-Aug-95 PBN99900140 7-ORT-WB1 SC/UPC 69.84 1,606.24 198.76 Toner Cable Equip 10-Aug-95 (4ea) PBN99905010 FC/APC Pigtail 5 meters 19.63 451.46 55.87 Toner Cable Equip 10-Aug-95 (50ea) OEM62900010 GRB-1 Grounding Splice Block 0.39 8.90 1.10 Toner Cable Equip 10-Aug-95 (10ea) OEM629000120 GRB-AR Sp Blk w/Lightn Arrestor 1.25 28.71 3.55 Microtek Internation 29-Sep-95 FA,PP,68HC16Z1 Emulator, 1 Mhz, 128K Trace,OMB 386.71 8,894.36 1,100.64 Microtek Internation 00-Xxx-00 Xxxxxxx, Xxxxxx #000XX00000 0.00 0.00 0.00 Microtek Internation 29-Sep-95 PWA, Powerpack, Overlay RAM (1mg) Board 115.88 2,665.20 329.81 Microtek Internation 29-Sep-95 Adapter, PP, To 132 PQFP Clipover 18.76 431.59 53.41 Toner Cable Equip 27-Sep-95 RDRX Return Dual Receiver 171.52 1,592.73 171.52 Toner Cable Equip 29-Sep-95 CT-2084VY Rec/Monitor 47.54 441.43 47.54 TTC 30-Oct-95 Central Office Testing Package (T-Berd) w/ case 1,425.98 13,241.23 1,425.98 Microtek Internation 00-Xxx-00 Xxxx Xxx Xxxxxx, XX, Xxx00XX00X0 Xxx#000XX00000 777.29 7,217.71 777.29 Arrow 12-Dec-95 ALtera PLS Magnum Development System w/Bitblaster 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Arrow 12-Dec-95 Serial cable; ASAPz standalone Programmer; VHDL 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Arrow 12-Dec-95 Design entry option 708.26 6,576.74 708.26 6,576.74 AT & T Capital 15-Dec-95 Tek/K 465 Cart 41.81 388.19 41.81 388.19 AT & T Capital 24-Jan-96 Tek/K 465 Cart (41.81) (388.19) (41.81) (388.19) AT & T Capital 24-Jan-96 Tek/K212 Cart-replaces Tek/K465 Cart 41.71 387.29 41.71 387.29 XX & X Xxxxxxx 00-Xxx-00 Xxx/0000X Xxxxxxxxxxxx X00000 714.32 6,632.93 714.32 6,632.93 AT & T Capital 15-Dec-95 Tek/06201 Probe; Tek/1101A Probe Pwr Sup-P07280 216.79 2,013.03 216.79 2,013.03 AT & T Capital 15-Dec-95 HP8647A Signal Generator PO7278 522.62 4,852.88 522.62 4,852.88 AT & T Capital 18-Dec-95 ...
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Elect. Engineer 1 1 LW Engineer 1 1 Safety/Training 1 1 Purchasing/Stores 1 1 Accountant 1 1 Admin. Assistant 3 3 Surveyor 1 1 Surveyor Assistant 1 1 Undermanagers 4 4 Sub-Total 0 19 19 SECOND CM UNIT Deputies 1 Miners 6 Tradesman 2 Sub-Total 0 9 0 LW UNIT Deputies 2 Miners 12 Tradesman 4 Sub-Total 0 0 18 OUTBYE Deputies 1 4 Miners 3 2 Tradesman 2 2 Sub-Total 0 6 8 MAINTENANCE Deputies 2 2 Miners 12 12 Tradesman 4 4 Sub-Total 0 18 18 Total 76 83 10% FOR ABSENTEEISM Total Wages 76 83 Grand Total 0 95 102 SYNDICATED MULTI-OPTION FACILITY AGREEMENT Allens Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxx PRODUCTION SCHEDULE FEB 2002 2003 JAN FEB MAR TOTAL Weeks 4 4 5 52 A/L 1 3 Net Weeks 3 4 5 49 DEVELOPMENT LW5 M/G Total Metres 5417 4167 M/month 1250 1515 Tonnes per month 27500 Yield % 54 Clean tonnes per mth 14850 Total Metres M/month 4480 Tonnes per month Yield % Clean tonnes per mth Total Metres 285 0 0 M/month 750 285 5285 Tonnes per month 16500 6270 0 Yield % 53 53 Clean tonnes per mth 8745 3323 0 SYNDICATED MULTI-OPTION FACILITY AGREEMENT Allens Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxx YEM2003 APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUG SEPT OCT NOV DEC DEV Ms 1050 1400 1750 1315 480 1250 1000 1000 1000 DEV Ts 23100 30800 38500 28930 10560 27500 22000 22000 22000 DEV CLEAN Ts 11880 15840 19800 14905 5491 14575 11660 11660 00000
Elect. Eng., vol. 132, pt. H, no. 6, pp. 395–399, June 1985. [9] M. I. Sobhy, M. H. A. El-Azeem, X. X. Xxxxx, X. X. Xxxxxxx, and X. X. Xxxxxx, “Simulation of frequency selective surfaces (FSS) using 3D-TLM,” in Proc. Comput. Electromag., Apr. 1996, 352–357. [10] X. Xxxxxxxx, “On the theory of self-resonant grids,” Xxxx Syst. Tech. J., vol. 54, no. 10, pp. 1725–1731, Dec. 1975. [11] X. X. Xxxxxx, “Wave reactance of thin planar strip gratings,” Int. J. Electron., vol. 58, pp. 187–230, 1985. Comparison of the Transmission-Line Matrix and Finite-Difference Time-Domain Methods for a Problem Containing a Sharp Metallic Edge Xxxx X. X. Xxxxxx, Xxxx Xxxxxxxxxxx, Xxx XxXxxxx, and Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Abstract— We compare Xxx’x finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) and symmetric condensed-node transmission-line matrix (SCN–TLM) solutions for a cavity containing a metallic fin. Differential equation- based numerical methods are known to produce inaccurate results for this type of problem due to the rapid spatial variation of the field distribution in the vicinity of the singularity at the edge of the metal fin. This problem is relevant to the analysis of structures of practical interest such as microstrip and coplanar waveguides. Based on simulations, it is determined that for identical discretizations, SCN–TLM is more accurate than FDTD for this problem. We interpret this result as an indication that the symmetric condensed representation of fields (used within the SCN–TLM) lends itself to a more accurate algorithm than the distributed representation used by Xxx. We estimate that the FDTD method requires
Elect. The Old Testament (OT) course will equip students with a basic literacy of the Hebrew scriptures. The course begins with an examination of the major divisions, authorship, and translations of the OT before surveying each individual book. The second unit examines the impact of the OT on worldview, society and morals, family, human fallibility, modern science, and the value of human life. Students will recognize the impact of Hebrew scriptures on important events and historical documents including the Reformation, the Magna Carta, and the U.S. Constitution. Students will next probe the influence of the OT on language, culture, and literature, including idioms, Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Handel’s Messiah, Milton’s epic poem Paradise Lost, and spirituals. The course will conclude by introducing students to the influence of OT on artworks including The Creation of Xxxx by Xxxxxxxxxxxx.

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