Google& 39;s AI translator directly converts audio translations and keeps your voice and tone intact.May 22, 2019At some point or another audio translations have had to be used and in those times the distinction between the voice of the translation and the original one is highly noticeable. The most obvious change is the swap from a male voice to a female one, or vice versa.
PXI tutorial includes:What is PXI?PXI standardPXI chassisPXI bus and backplanePXI controllerPXI cards & modulesPXI softwarePXI ExpressPXImc MultiComputingSet-up & build PXI systemPXI was developed in the 1990s, and the PXI history shows how it came by people thinking how to resolve a problem, rather than just utilising what was available.
VXI Technology Includes:What is VXI testChassis / rackVXIbus connectors & connectionsModules & cardsMXIThe VXIbus carries three connectors, designated P1, P2, and P3.Of these VXI connectors only one of which is mandatory, the P1 connector.The remaining two VXIbus connectors, the P2 and P3 ones are optional and are found on larger sized cards where more interconnectivity is required.
Cellular / Mobile Telecommunications Basics Includes:What is cellular communicationsConcept of cellular systemMultiple access techniquesDuplex techniquesWhat& 39;s inside a cellphoneHandoverBackhaulIn any telecommunications network, the backhaul portion of the network is formed of the links between the core network and the small outlying sub-networks at the edge.
Automatic Test Equipment, ATE Includes:ATE basicsAutomated optical inspection, AOIAutomated X-ray inspection, AXIIn-Circuit test, ICTFunctional test, FATEDeveloping test strategyDigital functional testers, often referred to as FATE systems are not as widely used as they used to be some years ago. These systems apply a signal pattern to the input of the board.
3G UMTS includes:What is UMTSNetwork architectureRadio accessRadio interfaceFrequency bandsUMTS CDMAModulationData channelsUMTS TDDTD-SDCDMAHandoverThe UMTS physical layer and RF interface is totally different to that of GSM. It uses CDMA as the multiple access scheme and modulation based on phase shift keying, PSK.
GSM primer includes:GSM introductionNetwork architectureNetwork interfacesRF interface / slot & burstGSM framesPower classes & controlChannelsAudio codecs / vocodersHandoverA variety of different forms of audio codec or vocoder are available for general use, and the GSM system supports a number of specific audio codecs.
5G Cellular Technology Tutorial Includes:5G Technology5G Requirements5G NR, New Radio5G NG NextGen Network5G waveforms & modulation5G multiple access scheme5G mmWaveMassive MIMO & beam-formingFrequency bands & channelsData channels: physical, transport & logicalIn order to ensure that the correct 5G wireless system is developed, it is necessary to collect and agree the requirements of the system.
5G Cellular Technology Tutorial Includes:5G Technology5G Requirements5G NR, New Radio5G NG NextGen Network5G waveforms & modulation5G multiple access scheme5G mmWaveMassive MIMO & beam-formingFrequency bands & channelsData channels: physical, transport & logicalOne key element of any cellular communications system is the multiple access technology that is used.
3G UMTS includes:What is UMTSNetwork architectureRadio accessRadio interfaceFrequency bandsUMTS CDMAModulationData channelsUMTS TDDTD-SDCDMAHandoverTD-SCDMA is a time division duplex, TDD version of UMTS that was developed in China and offered some key advantages as a TDD version. TD-SCDMA standards for Time Division - Synchronous CDMA.
LTE provides an ideal platform for machine to machine, [email protected] communications. Using low bandwidth and low data rates, with new LTE categories, LTE is able to support this form of communication using LTE-MThe LTE-M variant of LTE enables the enormous coverage of the LTE networks to be utilised for M2M communications without the need for installing a new network.
There are several forms of data that need to be sent over the LTE radio interface. LTE uses a series of data channels to provide effective management of the data: physical, logical and transport channels are used.These LTE channels provide different interfaces into the higher layers of the protocol stack and in this way they are able to provide efficient management of the data.
RFID Tutorial Includes:RFID basicsCoupling techniquesTags & smart labelsReaders, writers & printersRFID antennasFrequency bands & spectrumSecurityStandardsRFID tags, and smart labels as well as the RFID tagging techniques provide the remote nodes of devices with which the readers and writes communicate.
RFID Tutorial Includes:RFID basicsCoupling techniquesTags & smart labelsReaders, writers & printersRFID antennasFrequency bands & spectrumSecurityStandardsRFID system operate within specific bands within the radio spectrum. These bands are normally licence free bands enabling any system to use them.
Bluetooth Tutorial / Summary Includes:Bluetooth technology basicsRadio interfaceFile transferBluetooth profilesPairing & networkingSecurityBluetooth security like that for any other wireless system is very important. With hackers gaining access to an ever increasing number of systems, Bluetooth security is increasingly important.
Bluetooth Tutorial / Summary Includes:Bluetooth technology basicsRadio interfaceFile transferBluetooth profilesPairing & networkingSecurityThe Bluetooth radio interface provides a straightforward but very effective form of wireless connectivity.The Bluetooth wireless interface was designed to provide reliable performance even in the face of interference from other devices using the same frequencies.
Cloud Computing Fundamentals Includes:What is the CloudInfrastructure as a Service, IaaSPlatform as a Service, PaaSChoose best cloud service providerIt is becoming increasingly common for companies to outsource many of their IT operations to cloud service providers. Whilst this can provide many advantages, it is essential that the right service provider is selected.
Tunnel Diode Tutorial Includes:Tunnel diodeTunnel diode theoryTunnel diode device structureBackward diodeOther diodes: Diode typesThe backward diode, is sometimes also called the back diode. The backward diode is a form of PN junction diode that has many similarities to the tunnel diode.The backward diode is not widely used, and availability is an issue but it has some useful characteristics that mean it can be used in some specialist applications where its level of performance is needed.
USB Universal Serial Bus Includes:USB introductionUSB standardsConnectors, pinouts & cablesData transfer & protocolUSB 3USB-CUSB hubsHow to buy best USB hubThe use of USB hubs has increased significantly in recent years. Not only has the number of USB devices increased, but many laptop and other computers, etc have had the number of USB ports reduced to save space.
Connector Technology Includes:Connector basicsConnector typesSpecificationsSelecting the right connectorD-type connectorIEC power connectorJack connectorXLR connectorIDC connectorPCB edge connectorDIN 41612 connectorThere is a huge variety of different connector types that can be used in a wide number of different applications.
Quartz Crystals, Xtals Tutorial Includes:Quartz crystals: xtalsWhat is quartzHow a crystal worksCrystal overtone operationQuartz crystal frequency pullingQuartz crystal cutsQuartz ageingCrystal resonator manufactureHow to specify a quartz crystalVCXOTCXOOCXOCrystal filterMonolithic crystal filterCeramic resonator & filterCeramic filter specificationsQuartz is a crystalline form of silicon diode, SiO2.