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Merit system explained | CABAL Eu
I see a lot of people who reach lvl 170 and participate a war with barely any idea about what merit is. I attempt to explain that in this video, as well as give a little tip on how to get higher grade medals.
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The Third Industrial Revolution: A Radical New Sharing Economy
The global economy is in crisis. The exponential exhaustion of natural resources, declining productivity, slow growth, rising unemployment, and steep inequality, forces us to rethink our economic models. Where do we go from here? In this featurelength documentary, social and economic theorist Jeremy Rifkin lays out a road map to usher in a new economic system.
A Third Industrial Revolution is unfolding with the convergence of three pivotal technologies: an ultrafast 5G communication internet, a renewable energy internet, and a driverless mobility internet, all connected to the Internet of Things embedded across society and the environment.
This 21st century smart digital infrastructure is giving rise to a radical new sharing economy that is transforming the way we manage, power and move economic life. But with climate change now ravaging the planet, it needs to happen fast. Change of this magnitude requires political will and a profound ideological shift.
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Merit America – Google IT Support Certificate Program
Merit America is a nonprofit whose mission is to provide a path to skilled careers for adults without Bachelor’s Degrees. Their programs are focused on what employers need most in the local community.
Before Merit America, Yves was driving a van transporting individuals with developmental disabilities to an adult day program. He spent some time in college but didn’t receive anything except student debt.
Yves already had traits that employers covet: he had drive, people skills, and was a fast learner. But these skills weren’t translating to a career.
Yves used Merit America to build a skillset employers wanted. He learned essentials like Office 365 and dove deep into networking, security, and system administration to earn the industryrecognized Google IT Certificate. He used his time with his coach and peers to polish his professional skills. And he kept his job through the whole program.
In less than a month after completing the IT Learning Associate program, Yves found a fulltime job in tech with benefits, doubling his salary and putting him on a new career path.
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Does your vote count? The Electoral College explained – Christina Greer
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You vote, but then what? Discover how your individual vote contributes to the popular vote and your state’s electoral vote in different waysand see how votes are counted on both state and national levels.
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Barbara Corcoran Explains How To Ask For A Raise
At IGNITION, Business Insider asked real estate mogul and “Shark Tank” host Barbara Corcoran to share her advice on how to successfully ask your boss for a raise. Corcoran also talked about what you should do if you receive an offer from another company.
Following is a transcript:
Barbara Corcoran: If you want to get a raise, and particularly if you’re a woman who wants to get a raise, women don’t ask for raises I can tell you. I’ve employed thousands of women over my life. They do not ask for raises unless they absolutely must, and men ask all the time. And so, what the smartest thing to do is, first of all, make an appointment to ask for a raise, even if your expectation isn’t that you’re gonna get it. At least ask for it, because that sets you up for the next meeting where you’ll likely get it.
And the smartest thing to do is to walk in with a list of your responsibilities when you started at the company, and then also the list of things you’ve taken on since you started. And simply make the boss aware that you have a lot more responsibility. You’re delighted to take it on, give me more, but I’d like to be compensated and to name a number you’d like.
Most women, when they work up to the point where they’ll ask for a raise, they won’t give a number. “I’d like to get a raise.” Men will walk in and say, “I’d like to get a raise. I’d like it to be around 10, 15 percent.”
No qualms. So, if you’re a timid woman, I think the smart thing to do is ask, “What would a man do?” And walk in thinking like a man. If you don’t get the raise, you have to ask, “What would merit a raise?” So that when you come back the next time, you could say, “Hey, this is what I’ve done,” “I’d like to get that raise.”
When someone has come to me and said they got another offer for a lot more money from somewhere else, and it’s not followed up with, “So, goodbye,” they’re looking for something from me. I never try to buy their loyalty because I haven’t earned their loyalty, obviously, and they’re on their way out the door, I’m not gonna stop them with more money. They’re already off my list. I can’t wait for them to go out that door.
It’s perfectly acceptable to go to your boss and say, “You know, I’m a little surprised. I got an offer for a lot more money, but I’m not taking it because I love this business. But I’m really wondering, could you level with me as to my future prospects here?”
That’s a great opener. And it’s not insulting and it’s not threatening. And guess what? You’ll get the best out of that boss. Very, very different than saying, “You want to pay up?” The tone is entirely different. One, the boss wants to measure up. The other style, the boss wants to boot you out that door. I think the piece you have to put in is, “I got a great offer, I love working here and I plan to stay, but it brings on the table my question, what do you think my prospects here in the future might be?” That’s pretty fair. If I were a boss, I would go out of my way to think of how I could push you ahead, if I value you. And if my response instead was, “Well I’m happy to hear about it, but you know, we pay you fairly and you have good responsibilities and we’re pretty happy, so do what you want,” or something like that, I would know I am not valued, and I would take the other job because the one thing you must be in any position you are, male, female, whatever level you are, is you must be valued and appreciated to be promoted.
It’s a great way to go in and take a litmus test as to how you are valued in that boss’ eyes, and your boss has more to do with your future than the company you’re working for, your responsibilities and everything else. If they love you, they will push you ahead. I had so many people come and ask for raises over the years. Of course, mostly men. My theory as a boss is, you get ahead of your valued employees and you raise them before they ever get to ask. Because employees will kill for you, if you can treat them with that kind of reverence and respect and prove it by paying them more. They’ll kill for you. They’re loyal forever. And I’ve always been very lucky to be surrounded by people that are enormously loyal, and it’s no accident. Because I make sure I push money, recognition, whatever I have, opportunity, more valuable than raises. Bonuses, whatever it takes to make them feel “I am loved.” That’s what everybody wants.
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Which is better: Soap or hand sanitizer? – Alex Rosenthal and Pall Thordarson
Dig into the science of how soap breaks down a coronavirus, and the effectiveness of hand sanitizer against a viral outbreak.
Your hands, up close, are anything but smooth. With peaks and valleys, folds and rifts, there are plenty of hiding places for a virus to stick. If you then touch your face, the virus can infect you. But there are two extraordinarily simple ways you can keep that from happening: soap and water, and hand sanitizer. So which is better? Alex Rosenthal and Pall Thordarson investigate.
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The 2,400-year search for the atom – Theresa Doud
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How do we know what matter is made of? The quest for the atom has been a long one, beginning 2,400 years ago with the work of a Greek philosopher and later continued by a Quaker and a few Nobel Prizewinning scientists. Theresa Doud details the history of atomic theory.
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What is Noise Figure & How to Measure It – What the RF (S01E05)
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When working on your product’s design you’ll often want to optimize the sensitivity of your receiver. That’s where being able to characterize and improve your system’s noise figure becomes one of the important factors to consider.
What’s up everyone!! The name is Nick Ben and I’m an engineer here at Keysight… and welcome to the 5th episode of ‘What the RF!’
In today’s episode we’ll be discussing noise figure, including what it is and how to measure it.
Noise figure is one of the most important design considerations in the sense that it is a very efficient way to evaluate the performance of your device.. You can make noise figure measurements on complete systems or components. These include almost all multiport devices from passive devices to active devices. Let’s learn more about it.
Noise figure is the degradation of the SNR as a signal passes through a system or device. Noise figure tells us the relative amount of noise being added to the signal.
In our case, the device is this low noise amplifier.
To calculate noise figure we determine the ratio of the respective signaltonoise power ratios at the input and output of the device. Device must be at a reference room temperature of 290 degrees kelvin.
Noise contribution in electronics is also caused by thermal agitation of electrons – or thermal noise. 290 kelvin was adopted by institutions as the standard temperature for determining noise figure.
The noise figure value is a number expressed in dB and indicates the performance of a device’s internal components like this amplifier.
A low noise figure is good and high noise figure is bad.
We see an example of a signal at an amplifier’s input in (a) and at its output in (b).
As you can see on the right, the noise level rises more than signal level due to the noise added by the amplifier’s circuits. This is the amplifier’s noise figure value.
By knowing your device’s noise figure value you can calculate a system’s sensitivity from its bandwidth. Noise figure is a key parameter when handling small signals, and quantifies the network’s added noise.
All you need to characterize your device’s noise figure is a signal analyzer, a noise source to calibrate with, and your device.
For a noise figure measurement there are only 2 main steps you’ll need to follow –
1. Calibrate your test system; and
2. Measure your DUT’s noise figure
Yes, it’s really that simple.
As mentioned earlier in the video, the DUT we’ll be testing is this low noise amplifier, but we’ll first need to calibrate our signal analyzer.
In this first step, we’re calibrating our signal analyzer. All we’ll need is a noise source and a signal analyzer.
Switching over to the noise figure application on our signal analyzer, we see that our signal analyzer is uncalibrated, and we know this by the calstate indicated at the top right hand corner.
So let’s go ahead and calibrate this. Going into the measurement setup menu, we press the DUT setup & the calibration button.
Today, we’re just going to set up one DUT this amplifier which has a frequency range from 10 MHz to 1 GHz. But, I’m going to set the maximum frequency range parameters for the test to 3 GHz. By doing this, we’ll be able to see the amplifier’s performance roll off as we scan past its operating range. You can see where you would need to spec the amplifier.
Now it’s time to measure the noise figure of our amplifier. To do so, we just have to remove the noise source from the front end of the analyzer and in its place connect the DUT, with the noise source at the input of the DUT.
Looking at the graph here we see that our noise figure is a little above 6 dB and the gain is about ~20 dB which isn’t terrible … but ideally we would like to see our noise figure be under 3 dB.
Noise figure is an easy measurement for characterizing a device’s signaltonoise ratio (SNR) as a signal passes through a system or device.
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