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Last Update:
July 2006

VSWR Converter

This nifty little tool allows you to convert important Parameters of your RF-system.

If you know the VSWR of your system and you need the Reflection Coefficient simply enter the VSWR and our tool will instantly display the corresponding values for the Reflection Coefficient and Return Loss.

Additionally it will also show the VSWR in dB.

Of course you can also input any of the other measures as the basis for your conversion.

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ThermalControl

ThermalControl puts you in charge of the thermal control mechanisms on Pentium 4, Pentium M and Xeon processors.

Current Intel processors have a number of features that control and monitor the CPUs temperature and power consumption. ThermalControl puts them at your command.

You can check if the die temperature is within recommended specifications and you can determine what measures the processor should take when the temperature exceeds the specifications. You can use ThermalControl to boost the CPUs performance (we’ve measured an increase of up to 30%) by deactivating thermally controlled throttling mechanisms or you can reduce the processors power consumption to extend battery life or reduce fan noise.

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MCUP

MCUP lets you use and manage microcode updates for Intel P6 and NetBurst micro-architecture processors.

Intel P6 and NetBurst micro-architecture processors have a feature called reprogrammable microcode, which allows changing the behavior of the CPU by loading a microcode update into a CPU internal volatile memory.

This mechanism is used to correct processor bugs.

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SignalGenerator

If you work with audio software, you'll need a signal generator, for instance to calibrate monitor speakers to the specific acoustics of a room or to test a frequency analyzer.

SignalGenerator is a signal generator plug-in for VST-hosts.

It produces sinusoids, white noise (uniform and Gaussian distributions) and pink noise.

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PensionPlaner

How will you finance your retirement? Governments everywhere are coping out of their retirement plans and putting the responsibility back in the citizens' hands (while they continue to collect the money).

Do you have any idea, how much money you'll need later on? How much must you put aside, so that you can maintain your standard of living? You probably have a hunch it's a whole lot. That's correct.

There's no easy answer to these questions, but you have to start somewhere.

Forget your calculator and forget Excel sheets - you wouldn't get far, because these tools simply aren't up to the task. You need a tool that takes in to account the effects of inflation, interest rates, varying requirements and possibilities. And allows a simple comparison of different scenarios.

Enter: PensionPlaner.

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XRen

Sick and tired of renaming loads of files one by one? The Windows-Explorer offers no batch renaming capabilities and the command prompt's facilities are far too limited.

If your renaming strategy has a rule, chances are you can simply plug it into XRen and let it do the work for you.

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BInfo

Need to find out who manufactured your PCs motherboard? If it's stored in the DMI-Tables of your motherboards BIOS, BInfo can find out for you.

Depending on the care taken by the BIOS programmers you can find out about supported CPUs, memory modules and more.

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ATA-AC

Do you have a hard disk that supports Advanced Acoustic Management and you would like to change it's setting? Or would you like to know if you have such a hard disk? Then ATA-AC is for you.

If your hard disk was made after the end of 2000, it probably supports AAC, which allows you to chose between fast or quiet disk access.

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P3SN

Are you unhappy about your Pentium-III-CPUs serial number feature? Intel equipped the CPU with this software readable number to make it uniquely identifiable.

P3SN can turn the serial number off.

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