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The big positive development in Pro Cycling Manager is the way the Artificial Intelligence has been tweaked to make the virtual stages play out closer to real world than at any other point Author: Editor profile and more articles by Andrei Dumitrescu. IT’S PRETTY FAKIN LOUD MIGHT WANT TO GO TO HALF VOLUME OR SUMMINTi do not want to play this game ever againthe only reason i will play this game again is if. Jun 22,  · Pro Cycling Manager From PCGamingWiki, the wiki about fixing PC games This page is a stub: it lacks content and/or basic article Cycling Manager Season

 

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IT’S PRETTY FAKIN LOUD MIGHT WANT TO GO TO HALF VOLUME OR SUMMINTi do not want to play this game ever againthe only reason i will play this game again is if. Jun 22,  · Pro Cycling Manager From PCGamingWiki, the wiki about fixing PC games This page is a stub: it lacks content and/or basic article Cycling Manager Season The big positive development in Pro Cycling Manager is the way the Artificial Intelligence has been tweaked to make the virtual stages play out closer to real world than at any other point Author: Editor profile and more articles by Andrei Dumitrescu.
 
 
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NTT DoCoMo Takes the Bar 2.5 Gbps

Just yesterday, we reported about the upcoming testing of a new generation of the PHS standard, which, like W-CDMA / HSDPA, can probably be attributed to the family of third and a half generation cellular networks; as it became known today about a new success in the development of technologies of the next, fourth generation (4G): NTT DoCoMo announced the achievement of 2.5 Gbps throughput. NTT DoCoMo technology, which the company has been developing for several years (last year it reached the 1 Gbps mark), involves the use of 100 MHz frequency bands, and the spectrum efficiency reaches 25 bit / s / Hz. Mobile terminals are able to receive and send data with the aforementioned bandwidth, while moving at a speed of up to 20 km / h.

In order to increase the throughput by 2.5 times (compared to last year’s 1 Gbps), the modulation scheme was changed from 16-QAM to 64-QAM. The number of antennas included in the MIMO (multiple-input-multiple-output) 6×6 configuration has also been increased, rather than 4×4.

Otherwise, NTT DoCoMo 4G technology still uses variable spreading factor-spread orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (VSF-Spread OFDM) and maximum likelihood detection (MLD).

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