1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 To search the index, use the Find function of your web browser. Mc Farland, pg 27-36 0.1-um Gate-Length Al In As/Ga In As/Ga As MODFET MMIC Process for Applications in High-Speed Wireless Communications..ensure high performance of MODFETs used in HP's high-speed communications applications, their high-frequency signal, noise, and power characteristics must be optimized, by Hans Rohdin, Avelina Nagy, Virginia Robbins, Chung-Yi Su, Arlene S. Levitsky, pg 39-51 Direct Broadcast Satellite Applications..of the main reasons for the popularity of direct broadcast satellite (DBS) service is the small size of the parabolic dish antenna.Feb-1998 Cover: a reflective look at communications appliances used in the past contrasted with those used today Wireless Comnunications: A Spectrum of Opportunities..tremendous growth in the consumer market for wireless communications products, such as celluar and cordless telephone, has created a parallel growth in research and development for higher-performance components for these products, by William J. Wakita, Judith Seeger, Tony Hwang, Patrick Chye, Paul E. The key to the small-size dish is a low-noise Ga As transistor used in the low-noise block of the DBS receiver system.
D'Avanzo, and Sigurd Johnsen, pg 37-38 An Enhancement-Mode PHEMT for Single-Supply Power Amplifiers..address the growing handset power amplifier needs for the emerging Personal Communications Services (PCS) markets, a 3-volt, single-supply, enhancement-mode pseudomorphic high-electron-mobility transistor (E-PHEMT) has been developed.
Niedzwiecki, pg 52-55 Pager Testing with a Specially Equipped Signal Generator..paper reviews current trends in the paging industry, describes typical pager designs, presents the test requirements of modern pagers, and discusses the contribution to pager testing of the HP 8648A signal generator with Option 1EP, the paper signaling option, by Matthew w.
Bellis, pg 56-65 HP Ca Lan: A Cable System Tester that is Accurate Even in the Presence of Ingress...today, cable system operators have to deal with bidirectional traffic from sources such as pay-per-view television, high-speed Internet access, and two-way telephony.
A cable testing system is described that can handle bidirectional traffic even with RF noise (ingress) on the return path,by Daniel D.
Van Winkle, pg 66-83May-1998 Cover: examples of 3D graphics images that can be rendered with HP workstations using the VISUALIZE fx graphics hardware. Hoffman, pg 9-18 The Direct Model Toolkit: Meeting the 3D Graphics Needs of Technical Applications..increasing use of 3D modeling for highly complex mechanical designs has led to a demand for systems that can provide smooth interactivity with 3D models containing millions or even billions of polygons, by Brian E. Gaskins, pg 19-27 An Overview of the VISUALIZE fx Graphics Accelerator Hardware...three graphics accelerator products with different levels of performance are based on varying combinations of five custom integrated circuits. Gannett, pg 28-34 HP Kayak: A PC Workstation with Advanced Graphics Performance...world-leading 3D graphics performance, normally only found in a UNIX workstation, is provided in a PC workstation platform running the Windows NT operating system.
An API for Interfacing Interactive 3D Applications to High-Speed Graphics Hardware..Open GL specification defines a software interface that can be implemented on a wide range of graphics devices ranging from simple frame buffers to fully hardware-accelerated geometry processors, by Kevin J. Brown, pg 6-8 An Overview of th HP Open GL Software Architecture... In addition, these products are the first ones from Hewlett-Packard to provide native acceleration for the Open GL API, by Noel D. This system was put together with a time to market of less than one year from project initiation to shipment, by Ross A. Robinson, pg 51-61 Linking Enterprise Business Systems to the Factory Floor...information is the fuel that drives today's business enterprises.
Open GL is a hardware-indepent specification of a 3D graphics programming interface. Cunniff, pg 35-40 Concurrent Engineering in Open GL's Product Development..to market was reduced when tasks that had been traditionally serialized were completed in parallel, by Robert J. Leonard Lindstone, pg 41-45 Advance Display Technologies on HP-UX Workstations...multiple monitors can be configured as a contiguous viewing space to provide more screen space so that users can see most, if not all, of their applications without any special windown manipulations, by Todd M. Anderson, and David Sweetser, pg 46-50 Delivering PCI in HP B-Class and C-Class Workstations: A Case Study in the Challenges of Interfacing with Industry Standards..the highly competitive workstation market,m customers demand a wide range of cost-effective, high-performance I/O solutions. The ability to link different components in the enterprise together in a user-friendly and transparent manner increases the effectiveness of companies involved in manufacturing and production, by Kenn S.
This specifications has been implemented on many different vendors platforms with different CPU types and graphics hardware, ranging from PC-based board solutions to high-performance workstations, by Kevin J. An industry-standard I/O subsystem allows HP workstations to support the latest I/O technology, by Ric L. Jennyc, pg 62-73 Knowledge Harvesting, Articulation, and Delivery...harnessing expert knowledge and automating this knowledge to help solve problems have been the goals of researchers and software practioners since the early days of artifical intelligence.
A tool is described that offers a semiautomated way for software support personnel to use the vast knowledge and experience of experts to provide support to customers, by Kemal A.
Delic and Dominique Lahaix, pg 74-81 A Theoretical Derivation of Relationships Between Forecast Errors..paper studies errors in forecasting the demand for a component used by several products.
Because data for the component demand (both actual demand and forecast demand) at the aggregate product level is easier to obtain than at the individual product level, the study focuses on the theoretical relationships between forecast errors at these two levels, by Jerry Z.