Bandwidth Splitter is a program extension for Forefront TMG and ISA Server that supplements it with new features to allow more rational sharing of the existing Internet connection bandwidth and distributing it among all users and servers according to preset rules.
Unlike numerous other tools for Forefront TMG/ISA Server that just count traffic by analyzing log files, Bandwidth Splitter deeply integrates into Forefront TMG/ISA Server to control most of the traffic. However it does not install any network drivers. Bandwidth Splitter operates using web filter to control web traffic (HTTP, HTTPS and outbound FTP), and application filter to control all other TCP/UDP traffic. These filters extend Forefront TMG/ISA Server functionality allowing you to count and shape traffic. This means that Bandwidth Splitter is just an add-on for Forefront TMG/ISA Server for traffic/bandwidth management. It does not brake or replace Forefront TMG/ISA Server security or functionality.
Nd3+:YAG is a four-level gain medium (except for the 946-nm transition as discussed below), offering substantial laser gain even for moderate excitation levels and pump intensities.The gain bandwidth is relatively small, but this allows for a high gain efficiency and thus low threshold pump power.
Abstract:High-performance and compact power splitters are fundamental components in on-chip photonic integrated circuits (PICs). We propose a silicon-based power splitter based on a subwavelength grating (SWG)-assisted multimode interference (MMI) structure. To shorten the device size and enhance the device performance, an inverse-tapered SWG is embedded in the central region of the MMI and two rows of uniform SWG are embedded on both sides, together with two right-angled cutting structures on the input side. According to the results, the MMI length was obviously reduced to 3.2 μm (5.2 μm for conventional MMI structure under the same waveguide width), while the insertion loss (IL) and reflection loss were 0.08 dB and
Sometimes a very small, low power rail splitter is required. A battery-powered or energy harvesting application for example might require this. Some voltage references are capable of sourcing or sinking current and most are stable with capacitive load. Table 1 shows the options. In the table, 1.25V output devices are shown for the REF3xxx, but there are other voltage options available.
TPS63700 accepts a Vin of 2.7 to 5.5V and can produce a Vout between -2 and -15V. The topology used is a buck-boost converter with a fixed switching frequency of 1.38MHz. The typical switch current limit is quoted as 1A and this should not be confused with the available output current. 2b1af7f3a8