UNIT IV
Cell Coverage for
Signal and Traffic
GENERAL INTRODUCTION(1)
Cell coverage can be based on signal
coverage or on traffic coverage.
Signal
coverage can be predicted by
coverage prediction models and is usually
applied to a start-up system.
The ta

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Friday 2 June, 2006 9 to 12
PAPER 78
SLOW VISCOUS FLOW
Attempt at most THREE questions. There are FOUR questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
Substantially complete answers will be viewed more favourably than fr

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Monday 2 June 2003 1.30 to 3.30
PAPER 79
LARGE DEVIATIONS AND QUEUES
Attempt THREE questions.
There are four questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
You may find helpful the reference material at the end of the p

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Wednesday, 3 June, 2009 9.00 am to 12.00 pm
PAPER 76
PERTURBATION AND STABILITY METHODS
Attempt no more than THREE questions.
There are FOUR questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
STATIONERY REQUIREMENTS
Cover s

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Thursday 29 May 2003 1.30 to 3.30
PAPER 77
SOLIDIFICATION OF FLUIDS
ALL questions may be attempted.
Full marks can be obtained by substantially complete answers to TWO questions.
There are three questions in total.
The questio

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Wednesday 4 June 2003 9 to 11
PAPER 75
PHYSIOLOGICAL FLUID DYNAMICS
Attempt TWO questions.
There are four questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
Candidates may use their lecture notes, any material handed out du

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Tuesday 4 June 2002 1.30 to 3.30
PAPER 75
EARLY UNIVERSE COSMOLOGY
Attempt TWO questions
There are four questions in total
The questions carry equal weight
You may not start to read the questions
printed on the subsequent page

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Monday 7 June, 2004 9 to 11
PAPER 77
FLUID MECHANICS OF SWIMMING ORGANISMS
Attempt TWO questions.
There are three questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
You may not start to read the questions
printed on the sub

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Friday 3 June, 2005 1.30 to 4.30
PAPER 78
NONLINEAR CONTINUUM MECHANICS
Attempt FOUR questions.
There are SIX questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
STATIONERY REQUIREMENTS
Cover sheet None
Treasury Tag
Script p

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Friday 30 May 2003 9 to 11
PAPER 78
SEISMIC WAVES
Any number of questions may be attempted. Full marks can be obtained for two complete answers
or their equivalence.
There are four questions in total.
The questions carry equal

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Friday 1 June 2007 1.30 to 3.30
PAPER 75
MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMICS AND TURBULENCE
Attempt TWO questions.
There are THREE questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
The exam is closed-book, but it is allowed to use vector

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Wednesday 8 June, 2005 9 to 11
PAPER 83
SUPERFLUID VORTICES
Attempt TWO questions.
There are FOUR questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
STATIONERY REQUIREMENTS
Cover sheet None
Treasury tag
Script paper
SPECIAL

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Monday 12 June, 2006 1.30 to 3.30
PAPER 80
MACROSCOPIC BEHAVIOUR OF MICROSCOPIC STRUCTURES IN
FLUID AND SOLID MEDIA
Attempt TWO questions.
There are THREE questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
STATIONERY REQUIR

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Monday 2 June 2003 1.30 to 3.30
PAPER 76
ENVIRONMENTAL FLUID DYNAMICS
Attempt BOTH questions from Section A,
ONE question from Section B and ONE question from Section C.
There are two questions in Section B and two questions i

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Tuesday, 2 June, 2009 9:00 am to 11:00 am
PAPER 81
THE FLUID DYNAMICS OF SWIMMING ORGANISMS
Attempt no more than TWO questions. There are FOUR questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
This is an OPEN BOOK examinat

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Friday, 5 June, 2009 9:00 am to 12:00
PAPER 80
GEOLOGICAL FLUID MECHANICS
Attempt no more than THREE questions.
There are FOUR questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
This is an OPEN BOOK examination.
Candidates

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Thursday 1 June, 2006 1.30 to 4.30
PAPER 76
NONLINEAR CONTINUUM MECHANICS
Attempt FOUR questions.
There are SIX questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
STATIONERY REQUIREMENTS
Cover sheet None
Treasury Tag
Script

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Monday 12 June, 2006 9 to 11
PAPER 79
HYDRODYNAMIC TURBULENCE
Attempt TWO questions.
There are THREE questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
STATIONERY REQUIREMENTS
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
Cover sheet A data sheet o

Unit-6 cell site and mobile antennas
Sum-and-difference Patterns Engineering Antenna Pattern
For different antennas pointing in different directions and with different
spacing's, we can use any of a number of methods. If we know the antenna
pattern and

Unit-6 FREQUENCY MANAGEMENT
AND CHANNEL ASSIGNMENT
Frequency management
Refers to designating set-up channels and voice channels (done by the
FCC), numbering the channels (done by the FCC),and grouping the voice
channels into subsets (done by each system

CS 443G: Introduction to
Databases
January 26, 2016
Outline
Introduction
Characteristics of the Database Approach
Advantages of Using the DBMS Approach
Data Models, Schemas, and Instances
Three-Schema Architecture
Database Languages
Architectures for DBMS

RAIK 283: Data Structures &
Algorithms
Divide and Conquer (I)
Dr. Ying Lu
ylu@cse.unl.edu
Design and Analysis of Algorithms Chapter 5
1
RAIK 283: Data Structures &
Algorithms
Giving credit where credit is due:
Most of the lecture notes are based on the s

The ArrayUnsortedList Class
Implements the ListInterface
We create a helper method find for array search, which is
used by several other methods
find sets location and found instance variables
We are not concerned with the order in which elements are

touch screen technology
Abstract:
A touchscreen is a display that can detect the presence and location of a touch within the
display area, generally refers to touch or contact to the display of the device by a finger or
hand. touchscreen is also an input

Touch screen
INDEX
1. Abstract
2. Introduction
3. How Does a Touchscreen Work
4. Comparing Touch Technologies
5. Information Kiosk Systems
6. Software, Cables, and Accessories
7. Touchscreen Drivers
8. Applications
9. Advantages over other pointing device

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Tuesday 4 June 2002 1.30 to 4.30
PAPER 76
THE LAMBDA CALCULUS
Attempt FIVE questions
There are eight questions in total
The questions carry equal weight
You may not start to read the questions
printed on the subsequent pages u

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Tuesday 5 June 2001 1.30 to 4.30
PAPER 77
SYMMETRIC FUNCTIONS
Attempt any FIVE questions. The questions carry equal weight.
The following notation is used throughout the paper. Let x = (x1, x2, . . .) be a set of indeterminate

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Thursday 9 June, 2005 1.30 to 3.30
PAPER 76
DYNAMO THEORY
Attempt TWO questions.
There are THREE questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
STATIONERY REQUIREMENTS
Cover sheet None
Treasury Tag
Script paper
SPECIAL

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MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Part III
Tuesday 8 June 2004 9 to 12
PAPER 80
COHOMOLOGY OF COHERENT SHEAVES
There are five questions in total.
Answer questions 1 and 2 and any two others.
In answering one question, you may take for granted any result which might be