DEV Systemtechnik, a subsidiary of the AXING Group, has introduced a new combining matrix switch for satellite uplink equipment. Unlike distributing fan-out matrix devices, combining matrix switches allow several or all input signals to be routed into one output channel. The DEV 1975 is an L-Band fan-in RF matrix that operates from 850 to 2450 MHz. It can automatically switch signals according to signal levels. This allows a flexible arrangement of redundant capacity switching to guarantee constant availability in the event of signal failure. The matrix can be controlled and individually configured via SNMP or the DEV Web Interface and is available from 4×4 to 16×16 arrays.The return channel of satellite data networks is emerging in importance. While most transmission has been almost exclusively in one direction, DEV has seen rising demand for bidirectional data traffic. This means that uplink stations, both stationary and mobile, are becoming more important. To serve this need, the company expanded its product portfolio with a combining, fan-in matrix.The DEV 1975 will be featured for the first time at the IBC 2018 event in Amsterdam from September 14 to 18.Click here to learn more about this product.
Related TopicsBuckeyesBucksCFBFighting IrishIrishNCAANDOSU Matt Medley Matt Medley is co-editor at NEO Sports Insiders, covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians and high school sports in Northeast Ohio.Follow @MedleyHoops on Twitter for live updates from games. The BattleFrog Fiesta Bowl will be just the sixth time that Ohio State and Notre Dame have met in their long, storied histories.In the previous five matchups, Ohio State won three.The first time the two teams met was 1935, when Notre Dame won 18-13. The Fighting Irish would defeat the Buckeyes the following year, in 1936, by a final score of 7-2.The last three contests have gone to the Buckeyes. Ohio State came away victorious in 1995, 1996, and 2005.Ohio State has won eight national championships, while Notre Dame has won 13, which is the second-most in FBS history, trailing Alabama by one.The Ohio State Buckeyes’ football team played their first game in school history on May 3, 1890.The Notre Dame Fighting Irish have been taking the field since 1887.Hard to believe these two historic programs have only met five times prior to today. Let’s see if the Buckeyes can stay ahead in the rivalry, starting at 1 PM today on ESPN.
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The Libertarian candidate for Alaska’s Lt. Governor, Andrew Lee, had a unique take on same sex marriage benefits… Lee: “We have to recognize that currently we’re giving benefits to people based on marital status and that’s kind of the backing behind the fight. So, single people are being discriminated against, homosexuals are being discriminated against and we need to get government out of the marriage business, we need to get government out of the family designing business.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The federal government announced over the weekend it is extending benefits to same sex couples in six more states, including Alaska. That makes a total number of 32 states with federally-recognized same sex marriages. Same sex couples in those 32 states now qualify for a range of federal benefits, including Social Security and veterans’ benefits.
Lastly they also request that school districts be funded at a level which supports ‘quality educational opportunities for Soldotna residents’. Councilmember Lisa Parker: “The proposal submitted by the governor would be changes to the personal property tax for oil and gas that the borough receives, fishery tax for community assistance, the overall impacts to the borough and communities are about 38%. It does have a significant financial impact here on the Kenai Peninsula.” The resolution has been signed by council members and will be submitted to Governor Dunleavy. The council joins the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly and Homer City Council, request that the State of Alaska continue to fund the Kenai Peninsula College at the current funding level. According to the resolution, the direct impacts of the current FY20 budget proposal include significant loss of revenue to the Kenai Peninsula Borough, Kenai Peninsula Borough School District, Kenai Peninsula College, City of Kenai, and other local programs and services which would impact Soldotna residents. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Soldotna City Council adopted a resolution at their meeting on Wednesday encouraging the Legislature and Governor to adopt a ‘balanced, sustainable, and predictable’ state budget. Soldotna Mayor Nels Anderson: “This is a resolution that was passed by a previous council back in 2016, this is very little different from that. This is intended to restate our position.” The resolution also urges the Legislature and Governor to respect prior obligations to municipalities, including school bond debt reimbursement and capital projects.
LIMA, Peru: Head coach Donald Hawthorne says he is overjoyed at Jamaica’s record medal haul here at the Pan American Games. The black, green, and gold finished with 19 medals overall, 17 in track and field. That puts the nation 13th on the overall medal table and third on the track and field-specific standings. Hawthorne said his athletes did the nation proud. “I think we have done quite well, apart from a few little glitches and the weather conditions, which were not quite so favourable. We think we are still holding our own as Jamaicans, and we’re still holding Brand Jamaica high,” Hawthorne told The Sunday Gleaner. Most of the athletes that participated at the Videna Sports Village complained about the coldness of Lima’s winter this week, but Hawthorne commended them for how much they gave in what he describes as trying temperatures. “It was somewhat difficult,” he said, “But guess what happened? When the going gets tough, the tough get going, and that’s how Jamaicans are. We really stuck to the task, and amid, all the conditions that we faced, we still were able to do great things.” MORALE HIGH Hawthorne said that despite the rumours of discontent among members of the camp, team morale was high throughout the Games. “The mood is one of happiness,” he said. “Although we thought we could’ve done just a little bit better, we have to give thanks for what we have got so far.” Jamaica added one more medal to its tally yesterday when the unfamiliar quartet of Stephenie-Ann McPherson, Tiffany James, Natoya Goule, and Roniesha McGregor, running in that order, earned a bronze in the women’s 4x400m relay final. They finished in 3:27.61, behind winners USA, 3:26.46, and runners-up Canada, 3:27.01. McPherson, the most experienced member of the team, praised its efforts. “They are young, and when I was young, it was the same thing. You have to learn each time you make a team. We came out here just to put our best foot forward, and we did that, and we are thankful for the bronze. It’s a young team, and in the next four years, it’s these girls that are going to run when I retire, so they have to learn.” McPherson said. The men’s equivalent of national 400m record holder Rusheen McDonald, Romel Lewis, Terry Thomas, and Javon Francis, running in that order, could only muster a sixth-place finish in a time of 3:06.83. Colombia took the gold in 3:01.41, ahead of the USA, in 3:01.72, and Trinidad and Tobago, who took bronze in 3:02.25. Earlier in the day, the Jamaican duo of Clive Pullen, 16.35m, and Jordan Scott, 16.13m, finished fifth and ninth, respectively, in the men’s triple jump final. USA’s Omar Craddock took gold with a distance of 17.42m as the Cuban pair of Jordan Díaz Fortun, in a season’s best 17.38m, and Andy Díaz Hernández, 16.83m, took silver and bronze, respectively. Jamaica’s final medal count stands at 19, consisting of six gold, six silver, and seven bronze. Jamaica’s medal breakdown: Gold: Fedrick Dacres – Men’s discus throw Elaine Thompson – Women’s 100m Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce – Women’s 200m Shericka Jackson – Women’s 400m Natoya Goule – Women’s 800m Danniel Thomas-Dodd – Women’s shot put Silver: Demish Gaye – Men’s 400m Traves Smikle – Men’s discus throw Tajae Gayle – Men’s long jump Aisha Praught-Leer – Women’s 1500m Shanieka Thomas-Ricketts – Women’s triple jump Yona Knight-Wisdom – Men’s 1m springboard dive Bronze: Kemar Mowatt – Men’s 400m hurdles Megan Tapper – Women’s 100m hurdles Rushell Clayton – Women’s 400m hurdles Jamaica – Women’s 4x400m relay Kimberly Williamson – Women’s high jump Tissanna Hickling – Women’s long jump Ricardo Brown – Men’s +91kg super heavyweight boxing
THE Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) hosted its 2018 Awards ceremony on Sunday last at the Albion Community Centre to reward players, coaches and officials. The event, after a three-year hiatus, was well received by the gathering as the BCB honoured several individuals for their sterling performances during 2017.Headlining the list of awardees was West Indies player, Devendra Bishoo, who was adjudged International Male Cricketer of the year. However, Bishoo was not on hand to receive his prize as he is presently in Antigua at a West Indies training camp. Bishoo has so far been a stand-out performer in Test matches for West Indies, taking 102 wickets with 8 for 49 being his best figures.Meanwhile, Veersammy Permaul won the Regional 4-Day Cricketer of the year award.Guest Speaker of the event, Attorney-at-Law Arudranauth Gossai delivered the feature presentation. Gossai shared that he played cricket in his youth days at the club level in Berbice, and then commended the current BCB executives for reviving the annual awards ceremony. Gossai urged the BCB to use cricket as a unifying force to keep us together and fight against any force that may try to divide us. He further emphasised the need for working together regardless of differences in clubs, for the benefit of cricket.BCB selector, Shabeer Baksh, presents Veerasammy Permaul his trophy for being the Regional 4-day cricketer of the year.In addition, President of the BCB, Hilbert Foster in his remarks, gave a thorough description of the progress of cricket in Berbice since taking over the helm. Foster stressed, “Ladies and Gentlemen, I am delighted to inform you that in just 3 months we have raised a total of $ 5, 274,000.00 in sponsorship for Berbice cricket”. Foster shared someupcoming projects that the board promises to fulfil: The Annual Berbice Cricket Board Magazine, sponsored by Brian Ramphal; the Annual Cricket Academy in July, sponsored by Dr. Tulsi Dyal Singh at a cost of $370 000.00 in which some 70 youths will be involved; a countrywide coaching programme; father of the year award, just to list a few.Berbice for 2018 has won the Male Under-15 title, the Male Under-19 fifty-overs and three-day title and the Female 50-over title.The 2018 list of Awardees are:Berbice under-15 Player, Marvin PrashadBerbice under 17 Player, Kevlon AndersonBerbice under-19 Player–Kevin SinclairBerbice under-19 Female Player–Shabika GajnabiMost improved Youth Cricketer – Karran ArjpaulMost improved Senior Cricketer – Romario ShepherdFemale Cricketer of the Year–Sabrina MunroeYouth Coach of the Year–Julian MooreSenior Coach of the year–Esaun CrandonFemale Coach of the year–Tremayne SmarttSchool of the Year–Lower Corentyne Secondary SchoolMost Improved club–Blairmont Cricket ClubClub of the Year–Albion Community Centre Cricket ClubUmpires of the year–Imran Moakan–Moses RamphalRegional 4-Day Cricketer–Veerasammy PermaulRegional 50-Overs–Romario ShepherdInternational Cricketer of the year–Devendra BishooAdditionally, Special Awards went to Joseph Simon for his contribution in umpiring; Patrick Gray for being a long-standing official in club cricket, while recognitions were given to Julian Moore and Winston Smith for attaining level 3 coaching certificates.
See also:QPR set for Austin boost and double signingRangers confirm signing of keeper McCarthyQPR clinch McCarthy signing despite late approaches from Liverpool and Tottenham Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook QPR have offered Reading an initial £2m for goalkeeper Alex McCarthy.Rangers are keen to sign a keeper before next week’s transfer deadline and the 24-year-old is one of a number of options they have been considering.McCarthy has made one appearance for Reading this season and 75 in total.He has also had loan spells at Cambridge United, Aldershot, Yeovil, Brentford, Leeds and Ipswich.
Anastasija Sevastova | Foto: Chin/Getty Images/AFPLatvian tennis player Anastasia Sevastova will also take part in the second “Bett1 Aces” demonstration tournament in Berlin this week, the organizers inform.The second tournament will take place in a hard surface hangar at Berlin Tempelhof Airport. The first tournament took place in the stadium named after the Count of Stafia on the grass courts, but due to the rain it was not completed.On Friday, the women’s singles will start with a duel between Petra Kvitova and Jelina Switolina, with these tennis players playing in the final of the first tournament of “Bett1 Aces”.Later in the evening, Sevastov will fight the Dutchman Kiki Bertens in the first match. Sevastova had to meet Bertens for third place in the first tournament, but it was canceled completely.The tournament is broadcast live on Eurosport.It has already been reported that in the first round of the first tournament of Sevastov, the German Julia Gerges was defeated 6-3, 4-3, with the opponent leaving in the second set due to an ankle injury. Sevastova, the owner of the 43rd position in the world ranking in the semi-finals, gave up 6-7 (2: 7), 3-6 to Svitolina, who was in the fifth place.Sevastov’s official games have not taken place since the end of February. It is planned that in two weeks she will take part in the Latvian-Estonian national team match competition in Tallinn.The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) season will resume on August 3 in Palermo.
Guyana’s Miss Bikini Champion, Chandini Khan has once again taken her talents overseas. Khan who captured the Senior Miss Bikini title two months ago, will look to continue her ascent on the fitness ladder when she takes on some of the Caribbean’s best tonight at the Darcy Beckles Championships in Barbados.Tanned, toned and clad in stilettos, Khan plans to use her perfect mix of beauty, style and muscle to carve out a top three finish in her second international outing.After a grueling six-week contest prep under the guidance of popular trainer Omar Hope, the 25 year-old is ready to take the stage. “I’m thrilled about this experience and I am confident about my package” said Khan yesterday. “I’m not aware of who I’ll be competing against, but I am aiming for the podium.”The Fitness Paradise’s product work ethic allows her to be confident.After a third place finish last year at her debut international outing in Suriname, Khan continues to refine and polish her physique. A podium spot at one of the Region’s most prestigious championships could very well be a foregone conclusion. Guyana is also being represented by five-time Mr. Guyana, Kerwin Clarke and Yannick Grimes.