INTERNATIONAL: Running to more than 800 pages, the 121st edition of Railway Directory provides a comprehensive overview of the world’s railway industry in a single book, which is widely acknowledged as an indispensable source of information.Fully updated and expanded, the 2016 issue includes details of more than 22000 industry professionals as well as information and contact details for over 5000 organisations across every part of the rail sector. Separate sections list government and regulatory bodies and industry associations for each country as well as international bodies. There are listings for more than 1600 railways, train operators and infrastructure managers plus a further 550 for urban rail operators in the metro and light rail sectors. More than 180 full-colour maps provide an overview of the rail networks in every country and many of the major cities. Arranged by product category and geographical region, the buyers’ guide includes entries for more than 2300 manufacturers, suppliers and consultants. Entries are grouped into six main categories: rolling stock, components, traction & control, infrastructure, data & information systems, and consultants & support services. Railway Directory 2016 can be ordered from the online shop at www.railwaygazette.com for €490 including postage. A package including both the book and a year’s access to the regularly-updated online version at www.railwaydirectory.net is priced at €640 including postage (plus VAT where applicable). A web-only subscription is also available for €530 plus VAT. ISBN 978-0-9557740-8-9
TURKEY: Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality expects to call tenders on May 15 to increase capacity on metro Line M1. The municipality expects the work on the 21 km route to take 2½ years. All station platforms are to be lengthened to accommodate five-car trainsets instead of four-car maximum now, and all the stations apart from the five most recently opened are to be rebuilt. An additional platform will be built at Kocatepe. Signalling, electrification and tunnel ventilation systems are to be renewed. Istanbul’s oldest metro line carries 400 000 passengers a day, making it the second-busiest in the city. Since it opened in 1989, the city’s population has more than doubled.
Share Sharing is caring! Share Share Press ReleaseRoseau, Dominica – November 27th, 2017 – A young woman from the town of Portsmouth has emerged as the first lucky winner of One Thousand dollars cash from Flow this Christmas. Dion Matthew will be among six customers to pocket $1000 over the course of the Christmas season. Customers qualify to win by activating a 7-day and over prepaid combo plan which comes with the bonus gift of double data. The Flow Christmas campaign features the very popular ZTE Blade at an attractive price of $199 including a free 7-day combo plan with 300 anywhere local minutes, 500 MB data and 300 texts for prepaid subscribers. New post-paid subscribers will get the handset free upon signup of our attractive post-paid combo plans and a chance to win the one thousand dollar weekly prize. Dion Matthew was elated to win the one thousand dollar cash prize, describing it as an ‘answered prayer’. Miss Matthew who activates her 7-day combo plan consistently, encourages all Flow customers to do the same for their chance to with the prize money. She also commended Flow for its heroic efforts at restoring mobile service to the town of Portsmouth and other parts of Dominica. Five more customers have a chance to win the one thousand dollar cash prize over the next few weeks.The second winner will be presented on Friday at the Flow store in Roseau. BusinessLocalNews A Portsmouth woman is first Flow Christmas Winner by: – November 28, 2017 189 Views no discussions Tweet
A Farmington Public Schools (FPS) committee has created a social media project to honor graduating seniors who will miss many year-end milestones and recognitions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.“Senior Spotlight” posts on social media include the senior’s name, their high school, a few interesting facts, and what they’ll do after graduation.You can honor a senior by submitting information here: https://bit.ly/FPSSenior. View all Senior Spotlights on Facebook. Reported by Farmington Voice Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)
Global technology research and advisory company, Technavio, expects the global RF duplexer market to grow at a CAGR of more than 11% during the period 2017-2021. The company has released a market report (Global Radio Frequency Duplexer Market 2017-2021) which presents a detailed analysis of the global radio frequency duplexer market by application, including cell phones, portable PCs, STBs, tablets, modems/dongles and smart TVs. The report also determines the geographic breakdown of the market in terms of detailed analysis and impact, which includes key geographies such as APAC, the Americas, and EMEA.Proliferation of Smartphones and TabletsAccording to the report, there has been a massive growth in the proliferation of smartphones and tablets. The advances in wireless technology have resulted in the development of new RF features, which are necessary for smartphones and tablets. The growth of smartphones and tablets is expected to encourage RF device manufacturers to create high-performance RF components that can meet the requirements of the mobile device manufacturers. The RF duplexers in smartphones can handle multiple bandwidths and various frequency bands, and they also support carrier aggregation. This will increase the adoption of them in the smartphones segment during the forecast period.Emergence of Advanced Consumer ProductsThe consumer electronics market has witnessed massive transformations in the last five years. Feature phones were replaced with smartphones. PCs were replaced with laptops, and now laptops are being replaced by tablets. Also, cathode ray tubes (CRT) TVs are being replaced by LED TVs and Smart TVs. Now manufacturers and application developers are looking to interconnect all these household devices and create a single unit called a smart home, which is controlled by the applications installed on smartphones.According to a lead analyst at Technavio for embedded systems research, various RF components are embedded into smart TVs, smartphones, laptops, and STBs. The adoption of RF components, including RF duplexers, will increase during the forecast period. With the emergence of the loT, RF components have become a key part of consumer electronics.Alternate Printing Solutions in EnterpriseAn increase in the frequency bands, carrier aggregation, modulation schemes, and power amplifier modes to support the growing mobile data traffic is increasing the RF front-end complexity. With the increase in the RF front-end complexity, designers and engineers are continuously coming up with innovative methods and techniques to create complex multi-chip modules that provide incremental improvements. However, the existing RF front-end technology has only a limited number of OEMs with the ability to develop single reference designs that will work in all regions. Thus, the increasing RF complexity is one of the major challenges faced by the vendors in the global RF duplexer market.Click here to request a sample report.
“Hinahanapako ng mga teammates ko.Kahit nagmimintis ako, pero hinahanap pa rin nila ako,” the Cebuano big mansaid. “Binibigyan nila ako ng kumpiyansa,kaya kailangan suklian ko ‘yung tiwala nila.”/PN “(In Game 4) June Mar was able to playcomfortably inside and that’s what we need from him,” said Austria. “Theplayers understand what made us a great team in the past few years.” Beermen head coach Leo Austria said he plansto utilize the 6-foot-11 frame of Fajardo once again for a 3-2 series edge. Fajardo feasted on KaTropa’s undersizedfrontline in their 106-101 Game 4 victory Sunday evening. He finished the matchwith 22 points and seven rebounds to back up import Chris McCullough onoffense. The five-time PBA MVP awardee, Fajardo feltgrateful that the Beermen kept their faith on him despite the struggles he wentthrough in the first few games of the finals series. San Miguel Beermen’s June Mar Fajardo evades the defense of TNT KaTropa’s Jeth Troy Rosario for an easy inside basket in Game 4 of the 2019 Honda PBA Commissioner’s Cup finals on Sunday. PBA PHOTO “Yung key basket niya is what we’re looking from him since five years ago becausethat’s his advantage,” he added. “I’m thankful his teammates understand him dahil we won seven championships withhim as the priority in the shaded area.” MANILA – San Miguel Beermen looks to rely onJune Mar Fajardo’s height s it aims for a series lead in Game 5 of the 2019Honda PBA Commissioner’s Cup finals tonight against TNT KaTropa at the SmartAraneta Coliseum. The match starts at 7 p.m.
Share RelatedFarewell, Friends!54 sea turtles returned to the wild By DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press email@example.com With much fanfare, celebration and applause, staff and volunteers from Sea Turtle Inc. (STI) released 54 rehabilitated Atlantic green sea turtles back into the wild last Thursday. STI rescued nearly 200 of the animals after a…January 20, 2017In “News”Over 170 ‘stunned’ sea turtles rescued from frigid watersBy DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press firstname.lastname@example.org Several local agencies sprang into action this week as temperatures began to drop. Staff and volunteers from Sea Turtle Inc. (STI), Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, and even local residents, all pitched in as over 170 cold-stunned Atlantic green sea turtles were rescued…January 5, 2018In “News”SHELL-SHOCKED: Cold weather blamed for turtles washed up on coastBy ESTEVAN MEDRANO Port Isabel-South Padre Press email@example.com The drastic weather shift is being cited as the cause of 69 Atlantic green turtles washed ashore on the South Padre Island bay side. Texas Parks and Wildlife collected them and handed them off to caretakers of Sea Turtle Inc. near the Isla…November 20, 2014In “News” By DINA ARÉVALOPort Isabel-South Padre Presseditor@portisabelsouthpadre.comAlmost 200 sea turtles were rescued after a powerful cold front blew through the Laguna Madre region last weekend.Staff and volunteers at Sea Turtle Inc. (STI) rescued a total of 191 Atlantic green sea turtles that had been cold-stunned when the water temperature in the Laguna Madre plummeted due to the fast-moving weather system.“The last few days we had weather in the 30s and 40s. When that happens there’s always the potential that we’re going to have a cold stun event,” said STI educator Khrystyne Jamerson Wednesday. “These sea turtles are reptiles; they’re cold-blooded animals, so their body temperature is going to match the temperature of their environment,” she said.For some species of sea turtles, cold weather drives them farther out into the open ocean, where the temperatures remain warmer. For Atlantic greens, however, which mainly stay in the shallow waters of the bay in order to feed on sea grasses, there’s nowhere to go. The entire body of water becomes chilled, putting the animals into a catatonic state. “They go into shock, they start floating at the surface. They become really lethargic and they get washed up on the beach,” Jamerson said.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here.
MADRID (AP): Atlético Madrid lost their first Spanish league match since September on the day of Álvaro Morata’s much-anticipated debut. The newly signed striker had a lacklustér debut as Atlético lost 1-0 at Real Betis on Sunday to miss their chance to move closer to league leaders Barcelona. Atlético could have gone within three points of Barcelona – after the Catalan club was held by Valencia to a 2-2 draw at Camp Nou Stadium on Saturday – but conceded a second-half penalty kick and lost for the first time in 19 league matches. They now trail Barcelona by six points after 22 matches. “We had the chance to cut into their lead but couldn’t do it,” Atlético defender Juanfran Torres said. “But we are not giving up.” Diego Simeone’s team had been unbeaten in the league since a 2-0 loss at Celta Vigo in the third round of games. The setback at Benito Villamarin Stadium was only the third loss for Atlético in 33 matches in all competitions this season. Morata, Atlético’s biggest signing in the winter transfer window, played from the start but was not much of a factor. The former Real Madrid striker, who arrived last week on an 18-month loan from Chelsea, had opportunities but seemed out of sync with his new teammates. WORKED WELL “He’s only been here for a few days,” Simeone said. “He worked well, with a lot of enthusiasm. Hopefully, he will start scoring soon. We are going to need his goals.” Simeone and Morata demanded a penalty when the striker was brought down inside the area early in the second half. A few moments later, midfielder Sergio Canales converted the 65th-minute winner from the penalty spot after Atlético defender Filipe Luis was called for a handball inside the area. The victory was Betis’ first against Atlético since Simeone took over the Madrid club late in 2011 and moved the Sevilla side to sixth in the league. “We played a very intelligent match,” Betis coach Quique Setién said.
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Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Gould stunned by Grace comeback in epic quarter-finalGould edges past Trump in German Masters thrillerGould clinches first title with German Masters victory’A weight off my back’ – first title a huge relief for Pinner PotterNerveless Gould edges through in Welsh OpenGould bows out of Welsh Open in fourth round Martin Gould continued his red-hot form by sweeping aside Adam Duffy in the first round of the Welsh Open on Monday.The Pinner Potter won his first ranking title earlier this month, at the German Masters, and he was far too good for amateur Duffy.The new world number 15 made breaks of 72, 76, 88 and 82 on his way to a 4-1 victory.AdChoices广告Gould has now won 13 of his last 14 matches and faces Jack Lisowski in the second round on Tuesday.