Labs can improve the accuracy and speed of their SAR measurements while dramatically reducing human error. Certification organizations can use this bot to ensure that the proper tests were made. Manufacturers use it to generate test plans and conduct testing during R&D, pre-compliance, or in-house compliance testing. In any phase, this compliance bot reduces human error and ensures success.The SAR Compliance Bot uses an always up-to-date KDB engine to produce dynamic and 100% compliant SAR test plans and reports. The KDB engine is updated whenever KDBs or other announcements are made, and test engineers can choose which version of a KDB they want to apply during transition periods.The Bot automates conducted power testing, reporting, and test mode selection. It is launching with the KDB engine, but features an extensible architecture for IEC, IEEE, MIC, and other sets of regulations or standards. This bot makes sure that not a single error was made when producing the test plan. ART-Fi’s vision is to make the “Testing guided by SAR Compliance Bot” label the de facto standard of for manufacturers, labs, certification organizations, and regulators. Preparations for SAR measurement takes more time than the SAR measurement itself. The number and complexity of the rules built-in to the Knowledge Database (KDB) documents is spread across numerous KDB publications, making the overall picture very difficult to digest even for a senior SAR test expert. Also, many test mode selection rules (e.g. WLAN, LTE) involve large quantities of data to be analyzed, creating huge amounts of manual work which is prone to errors.The new SAR Compliance Bot from ART-Fi’s is the solution for this. You can’t have a conversation with the SAR Compliance Bot, but it may be the first such bot that automates the application of the rules for the test and measurement industry. It takes your DUT, performs conducted power measurements and, down to every letter of the labyrinthine Knowledge Databases (KDBs), creates your test plan without a single error using their unique KDB Engine. Coupled with ART-MAN for instant and accurate SAR measurements, and the SARborg DUT positioner, it automates SAR measurement completely, from test planning to execution with accurate test reports. Automation eliminates human error, saves thousands of test hours, and improves the overall reliability of SAR measurement test reports.Features of SAR Compliance Bot include: Eliminate human error and label your work “Testing guided by SAR Compliance Bot.” Save time and cut costs planning and reporting SAR tests. Know exactly what tests you need to run for the DUT. Always be up-to-date on KDBs. Dynamic, real-time test updates using SAR measurement data. Perfect and simple reporting.
Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Related Topics49ersBrownsColin Kaepernick Saturday it sounded more and more like the Browns were going to have a new quarterback in 2016 with a deal that would score them unhappy 49’ers QB Colin Kaepernick.Now, 24 hours, the deal is still very much in the hold up stages, and it looks like it all comes down to the all mighty dollar.The 49ers have said they are happy to hang on to Kaepernick, despite the fact that if he’s on the roster past April 1st he’s going to be owed $11.9 million.If the Browns give up the third-round pick that’s been rumored for Kaepernick, they also want to restructure his deal to pay him less to come to town, but that doesn’t sound like something the quarterback wants to do. As Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee points out, taking a lot less money to come to a team that hasn’t been a contender in a number of years and still may draft a quarterback with the number two pick is not the best position for Kaepernick to be in.Here’s what Barrows had to say: After getting sacked 80 times in the last 1 1/2 seasons and having three surgeries since December, he’s wary of taking a lower-money deal on a bad team that is losing talent and that may also use its first-round pick, No. 2 overall, on a quarterback.Kaepernick wants to play, and the report was he wanted to come to Cleveland, but at the end of the day, less money may be the thing that comes between him and playing for the Browns. Matt Loede
RelatedSPI takes closer look at ‘mass gatherings’By CRAIG ALANIZ Reporter/Photographer firstname.lastname@example.org The South Padre Island City Council held a workshop concerning the mass gatherings ordinance Wednesday. Local businesses, residents and others that would be affected by the ordinance were in attendance. Business owners said the ordinance would deter events from coming to the Island because the…January 24, 2013In “News”City takes closer look at sign ordinanceSpecial to the PRESS The South Padre Island City Council was expected to take another look at the Island’s sign ordinance Wednesday, but according to officials, city leaders will likely give the committee researching the issue more time to develop their recommendations since that review committee was not able to…April 30, 2012In “News”Town approves noise regulationsBy MARTHA McCLAIN Special to the PRESS A law regulating noise nuisances was approved in Laguna Vista this week. Town Council members Tuesday unanimously approved the ordinance that will control the volume of noise in the community. “Is it the policy of the Town of Laguna Vista to minimize the exposure…July 13, 2018In “News” Share By MARTHA McCLAINSpecial to the PRESSAmid an emotional statement opposing adoption of a new garage sale ordinance here, Laguna Vista officials earlier this month backed away from enacting rules that would govern frequency and types of such events.One resident called the proposed regulations “absolutely ridiculous and an infringement of “Big Brother” overregulation by the town government.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Jan. 26 edition of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here.
Nikola Kljaic and the UWF defense shut out UAH to advance to the GSC finals (Photo by Ron Besser) UWF Tops UAH 5-0 to Advance to GSC Championship Game on Sunday Share PENSACOLA, Fla. – In a rematch of the 2009 Gulf South Conference championship game, the West Florida men’s soccer team defeated Alabama-Huntsville 5-0 in the GSC Tournament semifinals on Friday night at Brosnaham Park. With the win, UWF will advance to the 2010 GSC championship game against Christian Brothers on Sunday, Nov. 7.Four different players scored for West Florida (13-4, 5-0 GSC), and junior Matthew Aldred (Eastbourne, England/Loughborough) started the rally in the 18th minute off an assist from junior Frank Cope (Mobile, Ala./UMS-Wright Preparatory School). Cope dribbled around a few defenders on the left side of the box, and he found Aldred open in the middle for a one-touch shot.Senior Daniel Martini (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil/Penn State) then scored his first of two goals at the 21:06 mark. Freshman Nick Salafrio (Gainesville, Fla./Buchholz HS) started the opportunity on the left sideline, and he crossed the ball into the middle for an open look by Martini.After holding on to a comfortable 2-0 lead at halftime, UWF was relentless in the second half, scoring three more and putting the game out of reach for UAH (4-13, 2-3 GSC). Martini scored his second of the game and team-leading 10th of the season at the 49:54 mark, and Cope and sophomore Stephen Munoz (Lake Mary, Fla./Lake Mary HS) were there with assists. Cope slipped by a defender and sent it inside, as Munoz hit a back heel pass to Martini who finished with the left foot.An attacking opportunity by Cope led to UWF’s fourth goal at the 53:13 mark, as he drew a foul in the box and a penalty kick for UWF. Munoz took the kick, and he buried it inside the left post for the goal. The Argos added a fifth goal in the 83rd minute on Salafrio’s second assist of the game, as he set up sophomore Andre Verardi (Porto Alegre, Brazil/Embry-Riddle) for a sliding one-touch in front of the net.Martini’s two goals gave him 10 goals this season, while Aldred’s was his fifth. Cope added two assists, giving him a team-high 10 this year, and Salafrio’s two assists were his first two of the year.Despite allowing the five goals, UAH goalkeeper Tyler Earley impressed in goal for the Chargers, making eight saves while also setting the school record with 5,348 minutes played in his career. Senior Elliott Purdom (Wilmslow, England/Viterbo) made three saves in the shutout for the Argonauts, marking his fifth shutout of the year.The Argos finished the night with a 27-9 shot advantage, and UWF also attempted eight corner kicks to just four from the Chargers.Christian Brothers advanced to the GSC Tournament finals after a 3-0 win over Ouachita Baptist in the semifinals, and the Buccaneers will face UWF for the third time in the GSC Tournament. West Florida holds a 2-0 record against CBU in GSC Tournament play, defeating the Bucs in the semifinals in 2002 and again in 2008. The Argonauts will be playing in the GSC Tournament finals for the ninth time in school history, and UWF is looking for an eighth GSC championship and the team’s fifth in a row.Kickoff is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 7, and fans can follow all of the action live at www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Version
The newly installed Wedlock Wall, which has been in place since the Bristol City match against Nottingham Forest, has proved popular with fans at recent City matches.Situated in the fan village, near Wedlock Way, the wall showcases high quality black granite tiles which display the names of Bristol City supporters and their loved ones.
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CLEVELAND, TN (WLAF) – The Bryan women’s basketball team took a break from regular-season play last week with its annual exhibition matchup at NCAA Div. II opponent Lee University. Both squads have been extremely successful in their respective divisions, with Bryan ranking 20th in the NAIA and Lee coming in at No. 10 in the NCAA Div. II poll. The Lions are currently 7-0 overall, and the Flames are 5-0 overall with a promising chance of both teams climbing in their rankings. Despite the talented offenses of both sides, it was anything but a shootout on Wednesday. Bryan entered the contest averaging 87 points per game while Lee carried a 71 points per game average. After 40 minutes, it was the Flames who narrowly outlasted the Lions by a mere 10 points, 58-48.Former Campbell County Lady Cougar Sarah Cain (45) continues to shine as a Bryan College Lady Lion.Bryan shot 26.2 percent from the floor compared to Lee’s 29.6, but the Lions got the edge in three-point shooting (22.2 percent) and free throw percentage (90.9). Lee won the rebounding battle 50-43 and committed 10 turnovers while forcing Bryan into 17. Even though neither team necessarily shined in their performance statistically, the Lions’ ability to hold the top-ranked Flames to only a 10-point margin is not to be overlooked.Leading Bryan in the scoring column was Karli Combs with 12 points and Deandra Luna with 11 points. Both players were the only two from the Lions to notch double-digits. Combs finished with a 3-of-6 showing from the floor that included making 2-of-4 behind the arc and a perfect 4-of-4 at the foul line. Luna shot 3-of-9 from the outside and matched teammate former Campbell County Lady Cougar Sarah Cain with a game-high nine rebounds. Luna was also Bryan’s leader in assists and steals with three and two, respectively. Cain followed with eight points and two assists, Kaitlynn Hennessee produced five points and six boards, Shayla Ludy tallied four points and six rebounds, and all four of Destiny Kassner, Amadea Pankey, Tristan McClellan, and Myah Parlier rounded out the scoring with two apiece.On only two occasions in the game was the count tied, and both occurred in the opening frame when Hennessee scored in the paint to make it 5-5 and Pankey capitalized down low to make it 7-7. While Lee led the rest of the time, Bryan kept close distance by the conclusion of the first quarter, behind only five points at 14-9. The second quarter was the Lions’ low point of the day after taking four and a half minutes to finally answer for their first point of the frame. Hennessee drew the foul and made both free throws, trimming the difference to 11 points, 22-11. Besides a last-second foul shot by Hennessee, Bryan’s only other made shot in the quarter was a three-pointer by Ludy at 3:12. The 1-of-10 shooting in the quarter left the Lions trailing 26-15 at the break.The Flames scorched their way to a 15-point lead at the 6-minute mark in the third quarter, 32-17, but the Lions turned on the heat for the next three minutes and rallied for a 12-2 run that decreased the gap to five points, 34-29. Unfortunately, the next and final three minutes of the quarter Lee kept Bryan scoreless and built their lead back to 16 points, 45-29. The Lions managed to outscore the NCAA challenger 19-13 in the fourth quarter, but the effort came too late, as the Flames went on to win 58-48.After outscoring the visiting Rams of Columbia International University (S.C.) 31-15 in the opening frame of Saturday’s Appalachian Athletic Conference clash, the 20th-ranked Bryan Lions women’s basketball team went on to top the Rams in the three following quarters en route to a commanding 97-63 victory. The win marked the 8th straight for Bryan, as the team improved to a perfect 8-0 overall and 5-0 in the AAC. CIU fell to 3-4 overall and 2-4 in conference play. Former Campbell County Lady Cougar Sarah Cain finished with four points in the win.One game stands between Bryan and Thanksgiving break: a rivalry matchup on Tuesday, Nov. 26 at home versus the Tennessee Wesleyan University Bulldogs at 7:30pm. Tennessee Wesleyan currently owns an overall record of 3-4 and conference mark of 3-2. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 11/25/2019-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitter
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Back Circle will oppose Bent Street while Future Stars will battle Tiger Bay in the semi-final round of the 4th annual Corona Beer Futsal Championship today at the National Gymnasium, Mandela Avenue. The Tiger Bay and Future Stars clash will occur at 22:30hrs. Tiger Bay defeated Sparta Boss in the quarterfinal round, while Future Stars upset West Front Road.The Back Circle and Bent Street fixture will be staged at 23:30hrs. Back Circle dismissed North East La Penitence in their previous match, with Bent Street defeating California Square in the earlier round.Prior to the commencement of the matches, two exhibition matches will be staged.
Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac is on target to increase competition for regular places in the Black Stars line-up having invited hitherto untouchables back into the team.Captain Stephen Appiah, Sulley Muntari and Laryea Kingston have joined the squad that crushed Mali and Sudan in June’s World Cup qualifiers.The squad will face Zambia in a friendly in nine days’ time.The trio missed the qualifiers in June for various reasons but in their absence youngsters like Kwadwo Asamoah, Opoku Agyemang and Prince Tagoe excelled.The Black Stars secured massive away wins over Mali and Sudan and now Rajevac has boosted his squad with the three key players to play the Chipolopolo in London.The game at Brisbane Road, home of Leyton Orient, which is scheduled for 12 August will see the likes of Richard Kingson, John Pantsil, John Mensah and in-form Matthew Amoah in action. The Ghana 18-man squad includes two on standby – Haminu Draman and Eric Bekoe will be called in if there is a last-minute withdrawal.The Black Stars are comfortably sitting on top of Group Five of the 2010 World Cup qualifiers with a perfect record and a win against Zambia will further enhance their reputation as the toughest team on the continent so far this year.Even though the two sides are preparing for their next World Cup qualifiers in September, for Chipolopolo coach Renard Herve, there is more at stake.The Frenchman was a physical trainer for Ghana – a notion he vehemently rejects as he claims he was the assistant to Frenchman Claude Le Roy just at the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations.Herve now sees the game in London as an opportunity to show Ghana that his coaching talent was not appreciated in the West African country. A convincing win over the Black Stars will make Ghanaians stand up and take notice but Serbian coach Rajevac wants to keep up the winning momentum in his squad which should make the game exciting.SquadGoalkeepers: Richard Kingston (Wigan Athletic, England), George Owu (Al Masry, Egypt)Defenders : John Paintsil (Fulham, England), Samuel Inkoom (Basel FC, Switzerland), Harrison Afful (Asante Kotoko, Ghana), John Mensah (Lyon, France), Eric Addo (Roda JC, Holland) Isaac Vorsah (Hoffeinham, Germany)Midfielders: Stephen Appiah (Unattached), Michael Essien (Chelsea, England), Anthony Annan (Rosenborg, Norway), Sulley Muntari (Inter Milan, Italy) Kwadwo Asamoah (Udinese, Italy), Laryea Kingston, (Hearts, Scotland) Opoku Agyemang (Al Sadd, Qatar), Haminu Draman (Russia) Strikers: Asamoah Gyan (Rennes, France), Mathew Amoah (NAC Breda, Holland), Prince Tagoe (Hoffeinham, Germany) and Eric Bekoe (Egypt).Source: BBC