2 Comments Related Items:Hapoel Rishon LeZion Anonymous 26. December 2018. at 09:50 2 Comments WHO care israeli leaugue? WHO pay to promote that? Ich bin sicher, diese Post berührt hat alll das Inrernet Zuschauer, ees ist wirklich sehr schön anspruchsvollen Artikell aufden Aufbau nwuer website. ShareTweetShareShareEmail ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsWritten by Dean Shmuel ElmasWhen the champions and cup holders, Hapoel Rishon LeZion, started the season they knew that it will be a tough one. When SGS Ramat Hasharon started the season they thank that they will be great with historic budget. Both of them didn’t believe that they will finish their way in the israeli cup in the quarter final.Hapoel hosted Hapoel Ashdod for an unbelievable dramatic match. Novak Boskovic equaled the match in a 9 line last second throw and sent the match for a first overtime. In the end of the first overtime, Gabor Langhans, equaled the match in the very same way. The winning goal of the middle back, Omri Kushmero, came in the 79:55 minute, 35:34. The management of Hapoel Rishon LeZion will have to do some changes if they want to fight for the championship.SGS Ramat Hasharon met H.C Holon, who finished the first round in the 11th place. Surprisingly, Holon was the better team thru all the 60 minutes and won 29:27.In other matches, H.C Ness Ziona continued the fantastic season with 28:25 on H.C Beer Sheba and Maccabi Rishon LeZion beat Maccabi Kiryat Motzkin 39:21.In the winter break, the israeli national team will meet USA for friendly matches.Photo Credit- Hadar Van Colle Mandy 1. January 2019. at 07:36 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Tweet LocalNews Situation analysis on Dominican children commences by: Dominica Vibes News – November 12, 2015 Share Share A consultation discussing the key preliminary findings from an updated Situational Analysis (SITAN) on children in Dominica commenced on Thursday 12 November 2015 at the Garraway Hotel in Roseau, Dominica.The consultation is hosted by the Ministry of Social Services in collaboration with the UNICEF Officer for the Eastern Caribbean Area, Muriel Mafacio.The SITAN is the key document which informs the development of a new country programme between governments and UNICEF.This situation analysis, according to Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Social Services, Family and Gender Affairs, Sylvannie Burton will provide information on children and families with regards to the principals of the millennium declaration, the millennium declaration goals, the convention on the rights of the child and the convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against woman.She added that the analysis will assess the progress made towards achieving the rights and identify facilitating factors to build on as well as the bottlenecks that need to be addressed in other to ensure the progressive realization of the rights of women and children. Mrs. Burton views the analysis as one of great importance to the future wellbeing of Dominica’s society. “The analysis is expected to produce baseline data which will be useful in addressing the barriers and bottlenecks which may be impeding progress towards the accomplishments of the rights of women and children in Dominica,” Mrs Burton noted.UNICEF Deputy Representative at the Barbados Office, Muriel Mafico pointed out that Dominica has made good progress in education since 82% of children begin primary school with some experience in Early Childhood Development and the net completion rate is very high with a 91% completion rate.She said that although this is good, “we have to wonder about those who are left behind. What are we going to do to reach those who are not yet in school, who are not accessing ECD before they reach grade one. What are we going to do about the unreached?”Ms Mafico noted that the sustainable development goal of UNICEF, the key message, is to leave no one behind. “It will not be easy to reach the remaining few, but it has to be done because it is a moral imperative, it is a necessity for our nations to develop into stable nations.”She further stated that there is a huge opportunity for development in Dominica due to the young population as forty one percent of the population is below the age of twenty four (24). “We need to invest in this group because that is where the future lies,” Mafico continued.– / 8 Share Sharing is caring! 283 Views no discussions
National Instruments has announced the second-generation vector signal transceiver (VST). The NI PXIe-5840 module is the world’s first 1 GHz bandwidth VST that is designed to solve the most challenging RF design and test applications.NI Introduced the 1st generation of the VST back in 2012. At the time this was the industry’s first with an FPGA programmable by LabVIEW to accelerate the pace of design and lower the cost of test. The second-generation VST demonstrates NI’s continued empowerment of engineers with software-designed instrumentation to stay ahead of the complex and rapidly changing wireless technologies and requirements with the most innovative RF test, measurement and prototyping solutions in the market.This transceiver combines a 6.5 GHz RF vector signal generator, 6.5 GHz vector signal analyzer, high-performance user-programmable FPGA and high-speed serial and parallel digital interfaces into a single 2-slot PXI Express module. With 1 GHz of bandwidth, this latest VST is ideally suited for a wide range of applications including 802.11ac/ax device testing, mobile/Internet of Things device testing, 5G design and testing, RFIC testing, radar prototyping and more.The software-designed architecture powering the 2nd generation VST enables engineers to uniquely customize the user-programmable FPGA. Using the intuitive LabVIEW system design software, engineers can transform the VST into exactly what they need it to be at the firmware level and ultimately address the most demanding test and measurement challenges.Product Features: According to Niels Koch, component owner radar systems, Audi AG – The combination of the industry’s widest bandwidth and low latency software-designed instrument allowed them to discover their automotive radar sensors as never before, and even allowed them to identify problems very early in the design phase that were previously impossible to catch. With this VST and FPGA programmable by LabVIEW, they were able to rapidly emulate a wide range of diverse scenarios, thus influencing safety and reliability aspects in autonomous driving.The VST is a vital part of the NI platform and ecosystem that engineers can use to build smarter test systems. These test systems benefit from more than 600 PXI products ranging from DC to mmWave. They feature high-throughput data movement using PCI Express Gen 3 bus interfaces and sub-nanosecond synchronization with integrated timing and triggering. Users can take advantage of the productivity of the LabVIEW and NI TestStand software environments, along with a vibrant ecosystem of partners, add-on IP and applications engineers, to help dramatically lower the cost of test, reduce time to market and future-proof testers for tomorrow’s challenging requirements. 1 GHz of instantaneous bandwidth for advanced digital pre-distortion (DPD) test and wideband signals such as radar, LTE-Advanced Pro and 5G Excellent measurement accuracy that enables the second-generation VST to measure 802.11ax Error Vector Magnitude (EVM) performance of -50 dB Measurement speeds up to 10X faster than traditional instrumentation using FPGA-based measurement acceleration and highly optimized measurement software Small size and tight synchronization allowing for up to 8×8 multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) configuration in a single 18-slot chassis User-programmable FPGA that engineers can easily design with LabVIEW
KANSAS CITY, Mo. –*Freshman midfielder Peyton Peffers was very impressive in her start to her UWF career, scoring a goal and having an assist in her first game as an Argo. In her second game as an Argonaut she stayed on the attack getting off 4 more shots on goal against Florida Tech.*The No. 4 University of West Florida women’s soccer team will continue their trip in the Peach State by heading to Albany and Young Harris this weekend. They will face off against Albany State University on Friday at 7:00pm ET and Young Harris College on Sunday at noon ET.*Both contests this weekend will feature live video and live stats, which can be found at GoArgos.com or by clicking on the links above.Print Friendly Version
Wednesday night the Indians split a pair of Cactus League decision, topping the Los Angeles Angels, 4-2, at Goodyear Ballpark while taking a 13-0 loss across town against the San Francisco Giants at Scottsdale Stadium.In Goodyear, the Tribe’s victory was powered by the bat of left fielder Jordan Luplow, who was 2-for-3 with a homer and three RBI.Carlos Carrasco was solid, going 5.2 innings, allowing two runs on six hits with a walk and eight strikeouts.Luplow connected for a two-run homer in the 1st inning and sealed the game with an RBI-single in the 6th after Carlos Santana (hitting .372 this spring) doubled to open the frame. Second basemen Max Moroff added an RBI-double in the three-run 1st. Right-handers Neil Ramirez, Dan Otero, Adam Cimber and Michael Peoples followed Carrasco with scoreless relief outings.Over in Scottsdale, Giants southpaw and former Indian Drew Pomeranz shutdown the Indians, going five innings of no-hit ball in the Giants runaway 13-0 win.Pomeranz walked four and struck out eight Indians in the win for the Giants. Leonys Martin picked up the Tribe’s first hit with a one-out single in the sixth. Jake Bauers, Roberto Perez and Connor Marabell also collected base knocks. The Indians lost second basemen Jason Kipnis in the bottom of the first when he left the game for precautionary reasons with right calf tightness.San Francisco held a 9-0 advantage by the end of the 4th and pushed the lead to 13-0 at the close of the 6th, as Adam Plutko struggled, taking the loss (3.2IP, 10H, 9R-ER, BB, 3SO, HR).Today the Tribe will take on the Texas Rangers in Surprise, AZ at 4:05pm Cleveland time. Mike Clevinger will make his fourth appearance/third start of the spring against lefty Drew Smyly for the Rangers. The game will be televised on SportsTime Ohio and aired on WMMS 110.7 FM, the Indians Radio Network and Indians.com.Court Berry-Tripp 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 TopicsAdam PlutkoCarlos CarrascoIndians Matt Loede