Mobilizing Communities to Address Gang Problems

@inproceedings{Howell2008MobilizingCT,
  title={Mobilizing Communities to Address Gang Problems},
  author={James C. Howell and Glen David Curry},
  year={2008}
}
In a radio communication apparatus comprising a demodulator (12) for demodulating a multilevel modulated signal (10) into a time sequence of multilevel symbols which have symbol levels to define a variable pattern by a level difference between the symbol levels of at least two successive adjacent ones of the multilevel symbols, a coincidence detecting section (16) detects coincidence between the variable pattern and a predetermined pattern and calculates judgement levels when the variable… CONTINUE READING

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