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From: "Spehro Pefhany"
Subject: Re: How to perform clock recovery from 1152 kB/s as easy as possible ?
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Date: Sun, 08 Sep 2002 17:05:41 GMT
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In sci.electronics.design Tom MacIntyre wrote:
> Hmmm...I'm in NS, and am unfamiliar with that term. Can you elaborate?
I think he's talking about the Trans-Canada in places where it isn't
4-lanes (are there still any?) and you have a section that has an extra
right-hand lane for slow traffic such as heavily-loaded 18-wheelers to
pull over and let the faster traffic pass. Usually on up-grades. Then you
have the runaway truck ramps on the extended down-grades.
Not like the suicide middle shared passing lane that I've seen elsewhere
(can't think where, though).
Passing in the prairies is interesting too, you have to pretty much
reverse your usual rule about seeing headlights. If you can see headlights
you (usually) have plenty of time to pass.
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