Do Your Customers Want a Custom Toolbar?

Written by John Calder

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Lots of screenshots will help create comfort and familiarity withrepparttar toolbar, and clearly showrepparttar 133413 benefitsrepparttar 133414 visitor can expect to receive. Perhaps even more powerful for software in particular is a screen-capture video. Can you show exactly howrepparttar 133415 toolbar is installed, and more importantly, how it's used? There's probably nothing so powerful for your customers as seeing your software installed and running on your own computer.

Don't forget to include testimonials from other users of your toolbar and your other products if you have them. Audio and written details describingrepparttar 133416 installation and use of your software will go a long way towards helping your customers overcome any misgivings they may have.

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What’s All This DAB Radio Stuff Anyway?

Written by Ian Poole

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The sound compression uses techniques that conform torepparttar MPEG standards. Alsorepparttar 133412 radio transmission uses a form of signal modulation known as Coded Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplex or COFDM. Hererepparttar 133413 data representingrepparttar 133414 sounds andrepparttar 133415 other data to be transmitted is spread across a large number of close spaced radio signals. By spreadingrepparttar 133416 data over a wide frequency in this wayrepparttar 133417 whole transmission is less susceptible to noise and other forms of interference including fading and multi-path interference.

Multipath interference results when signals are reflected from objects such as hills and buildings and several signals fromrepparttar 133418 transmitter arrive atrepparttar 133419 receiver, all at slightly different times because they have travelled over slightly different paths and have taken slightly different times to travel. For VHF FM this is a particular problem and often results inrepparttar 133420 signal becoming distorted. DAB digital radio is able to combine allrepparttar 133421 signals, and makerepparttar 133422 overall reception more robust.

Naturallyrepparttar 133423 technology to enable all this to happen makesrepparttar 133424 radio receivers more complicated. Howeverrepparttar 133425 improvements in integrated circuit technology in recent years have enabledrepparttar 133426 required capabilities to be built into a radio for a reasonable cost. It is also expected to fall further as DAB becomes better established.

Summary DAB Digital Radio is a great improvement overrepparttar 133427 analogue transmissions that are broadcast. Offeringrepparttar 133428 possibility of better quality audio, accompanying data, push button tuning and no requirement to re-tune when moving from one service area torepparttar 133429 next, it is certainly provides a considerable improvement overrepparttar 133430 older analogue broadcasts. By offering all these facilities, it sets DAB digital radio in a position to take over asrepparttar 133431 new form of broadcasting forrepparttar 133432 21st Century.

Ian Poole is an award winning writer and consultant on radio electronics technology. He is also editor at Radio-Electronics.Com ( an Internet resource of free information, data and articles.

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