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Calibration of A/D Converters using Pilot Tones

Electronic communication systems such as 802.11 WLAN and DSL are based on orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) signaling. In such systems, data is encoded and represented by several sub-carriers, or tones, which are separated in frequency whe...
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Optimized Annotator - Text Mining for Ontology Based Analytics

Researchers in Stanford’s Biomedical Informatics Program have developed a suite of tools for analyzing large volumes of unstructured text. These tools incorporate terminologies, ontologies and contextual annotation to create a tagged dataset from sourc...
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