The jib sail 40 of the sailing system may be adjusted during use through swing of the jib boom 43.
The planform appears as a conventional jib with its apex removed and preferably produces a jib (3) with a chord tip (5) to chord root (6) ratio in the range from 0.10 to 0.40.
Eyelets (9) are provided at each corner (8) at the top of the jib (3).
This mast carries a main sail (29) and a jib sail (34).
A jib (3) has a generally trapezium planform arranged to be rigged with its top edge generally horizontal.
STRAIN: FOC PG SP log 6
STRAIN: FOC PG SP log 5
Alternatively, the FOC information may be associated with a connection or connections which are different from that supported by the payload or data field containing the FOC.
A user instruction to enable the FOC mode may be received.
In the first stage, a feed forward FOC function compensates for relatively slowly drifting frequency offsets.
In a second stage, a decision-feedback FOC function compensates for relatively quickly drifting frequency offsets.
Technologies are described herein for providing a focus-on-content (FOC) mode for a content page.
Bandwidth in the second (or third) time slot can be used to carry information in a fast out-of-band channel (FOC).
The orthosis (10) is designed to be of universal fit, as determined by the infant's fronto-occipital head circumference (FOC) measurement.
An apparatus includes a sensorless field-oriented control (FOC) motor controller (108).
A system and method implementing dual stage carrier frequency offset compensation (FOC) in a coherent receiver for an optical communication system.
In addition, when the machine is used as a motor, an adaptive phase lag compensation scheme helps the sensorless field oriented control (FOC) scheme to perform more accurately.
Response to receiving the user instruction to enable the FOC mode, the content page may be transformed from the first state to the second state in accordance with the code.