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March 06, 2012, at 10:51 AM by Jack Gassett -
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dude how have i not found you until now? on the atheist xmas sign video you said EXACTLY what i taewnd to put down to video but im um too lazy to.
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March 05, 2012, at 10:08 PM by Ulquiorra - CAWOrwHTvyGeS
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Thanks, Bill! I see a lot of businesses that use evpinsaxe email campaigns (many with great success) and sure, people today also get email on their phone. The question is when do they open those emails? Using a text messaging platform instead nearly guarantees that they'll open it within an hour and perhaps take advantage of that special promotion today. Perhaps they'll drop by for that lunch special, or pick up that special-offer flower arrangement on their way home! If someone is offering a slow day special , chances are that your email promo won't be read until long after the offer is valid. Mobile Marketing gets your message in the right customer's hand sooner, and offers a better chance that your call to action is successful!
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dude how have i not found you until now? on the atheist xmas sign video you said EXACTLY what i taewnd to put down to video but im um too lazy to.
March 05, 2012, at 09:11 PM by Mero - StGtQcYhXg
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Hi if the pull-quote plugin did break, I would be senereittd in figuring out why.In the meantime, since you seem to be strongly design-oriented, I thought I would point out that the newer versions of the plugin allow for Styles similar to WordPress themes. Try it out, and at least see if it works!(I really like the new site design, by the way! I wish I were more of a designer, because I love that kind of thing .)
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Thanks, Bill! I see a lot of businesses that use evpinsaxe email campaigns (many with great success) and sure, people today also get email on their phone. The question is when do they open those emails? Using a text messaging platform instead nearly guarantees that they'll open it within an hour and perhaps take advantage of that special promotion today. Perhaps they'll drop by for that lunch special, or pick up that special-offer flower arrangement on their way home! If someone is offering a slow day special , chances are that your email promo won't be read until long after the offer is valid. Mobile Marketing gets your message in the right customer's hand sooner, and offers a better chance that your call to action is successful!
March 04, 2012, at 02:39 PM by Cristian - vCVRBsobcJuFwictlV
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Glad they could be distracted. That is not lywaas manageable. I don't think my kids would've done so well with all the in and outs.grrr Staples. They claim (on the website) to have them (brass fastener) in three different sizes.
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Hi if the pull-quote plugin did break, I would be senereittd in figuring out why.In the meantime, since you seem to be strongly design-oriented, I thought I would point out that the newer versions of the plugin allow for Styles similar to WordPress themes. Try it out, and at least see if it works!(I really like the new site design, by the way! I wish I were more of a designer, because I love that kind of thing .)
March 03, 2012, at 08:57 PM by Broker - hfjJHBzJ
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For my speed testing (with my on an SP605), I kept tgihns as simple as possible: no encoding, no frames/packets/etc. I used the SerDes blocks in an 8:1 mode.The Spartan-6 s Phase Detector and IODELAY blocks were used to align the center of the data eye with the sampling clock's edges.I originally implemented a source-synchronous clocking scheme (a clock was forwarded with the data), but ran into some regional clock limitations. Rather than adjust the pins I was using, I switched to a system-synchronous clocking scheme (no forwarded clock; data sampled using internally generated clock with same frequency but unknown phase relationship).Since the Spartan-6 IODELAY blocks require that the clock and data be reasonably well aligned (within ~half of a cycle), I had to apply some phase shifting to the receive clock to get the deserializers to lock. This was manually adjusted for testing, but it could be incorporated into the training sequence (or eliminated if using a source-synchronous clock).At power-up, a training sequence was performance that used bit-slip to align the received data to an 8-bit boundary. The serializers transmit a known pattern, and the deserializers adjust bit-slip until they see the same known pattern. This requires some form of side-band signal for the deserializers to tell the serializers when they are done training.After training, the serial link was tested using to generate pseudo-random sequences (one on the transmit side, and one on the receive side to verify the received sequence).I'm not prepared to release the code for this just yet. That'll probably have to wait until I clean it up and put together a full writeup on the process.Everything you need to know to implement something like this can be found in Xilinx documentation e.g. the (UG381), the (UG382), and the application note (XAPP1064).CoreGen has some support for generating various SerDes macros, as well. The resultant macros are just Verilog, so you can see how Xilinx implements these tgihns.
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Glad they could be distracted. That is not lywaas manageable. I don't think my kids would've done so well with all the in and outs.grrr Staples. They claim (on the website) to have them (brass fastener) in three different sizes.
March 03, 2012, at 07:50 PM by Oelhay - uZYeUrMF
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For my speed testing (with my on an SP605), I kept tgihns as simple as possible: no encoding, no frames/packets/etc. I used the SerDes blocks in an 8:1 mode.The Spartan-6 s Phase Detector and IODELAY blocks were used to align the center of the data eye with the sampling clock's edges.I originally implemented a source-synchronous clocking scheme (a clock was forwarded with the data), but ran into some regional clock limitations. Rather than adjust the pins I was using, I switched to a system-synchronous clocking scheme (no forwarded clock; data sampled using internally generated clock with same frequency but unknown phase relationship).Since the Spartan-6 IODELAY blocks require that the clock and data be reasonably well aligned (within ~half of a cycle), I had to apply some phase shifting to the receive clock to get the deserializers to lock. This was manually adjusted for testing, but it could be incorporated into the training sequence (or eliminated if using a source-synchronous clock).At power-up, a training sequence was performance that used bit-slip to align the received data to an 8-bit boundary. The serializers transmit a known pattern, and the deserializers adjust bit-slip until they see the same known pattern. This requires some form of side-band signal for the deserializers to tell the serializers when they are done training.After training, the serial link was tested using to generate pseudo-random sequences (one on the transmit side, and one on the receive side to verify the received sequence).I'm not prepared to release the code for this just yet. That'll probably have to wait until I clean it up and put together a full writeup on the process.Everything you need to know to implement something like this can be found in Xilinx documentation e.g. the (UG381), the (UG382), and the application note (XAPP1064).CoreGen has some support for generating various SerDes macros, as well. The resultant macros are just Verilog, so you can see how Xilinx implements these tgihns.
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