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Jun262014

Success :: Use the Law of Attraction As Your Own Personal Money Magnet (Page 1 of 2)



Using the Law of Attraction as your own personal money magnet is easy when you know one of the best kept "secrets" of the Law of Attraction, which is "energetic magnetism." In fact, the terms "Law of Attraction" and "energetic magnetism" could be used interchangeably since they are essentially the same. This article explains the top two tricks that most people miss when it comes to making the Law of Attraction work for money.

If you want to be magnetic to money, you want to create the ability to "draw" or "pull" money to yourself. To do this, you want to create within yourself something called, "magnetism" and to do that, you have to think in terms of "energy" rather than just thinking in terms of cerebral pursuits such as positive thinking.

According to Google's Dictionary, magnetism is defined as, "A physical phenomenon produced by the motion of electric charge, resulting in attractive and repulsive forces between objects." While that sounds, "a little too scientific" for most of us, what it's basically saying is what you need to do is charge two objects with enough energy to attract to each other. In our case, since we want to manifest money with the magnetism of the Law of Attraction, the two objects which we want to "energetically charge" would be you and money.

So, let's say that money already has a certain electrical charge or energy which can also be called a "frequency." Like a radio dial has numbers to indicate the different energetic frequencies of the radio channels, so does money already have a "channel" (or energetic frequency) on the dial of this planet. So, now let's say all you have to do is get the physical "energetic frequency" of your body (your radio dial) "tuned" to match money or whatever you desire. Although it sounds difficult, it's really rather easy when you know a couple of tricks.

All you have to do when you want to learn how to attract money with the Law of Attraction using its magnetism is to think "energetically" rather than "intellectually." When you think "energetically," you've learned the true secret for using the Law of Attraction to manifest money. This is how to attract money, plain and simple, but most people don't know about this one significant factor when learning how to manifest money.

You see, most people approach the law of attraction thinking that it's all "in their minds." But, it's not just "all in their minds." A larger part of learning how to manifest money is changing the physical "energetic" signal (frequency) that you are putting out to the Universe through your body, and you can't easily do this by just doing affirmations. You have to do it by doing things that actually change your body's energy, or frequency, to match the "electrical charge" or frequency of the money. When you do this, the indisputable science of magnetism takes over and you draw things to you very quickly.

One way to work "energetically" rather than "intellectually" with the Law of Attraction for money is by doing things that teach your body the physical vibration of what you want. For example, if you want more clients, then you physically pretend (and go through the physical motions) of acting as if you have clients. Yes, this means pretending to talk to them on the phone, making initial appointments, etc. This teaches your body the "vibration" (or frequency) of having clients and, thus makes your body "charged" with the identical "electrical charge" or frequency of having clients and, bingo, you become magnetic to having clients.

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Jun242014

Silicon Labs Tunes into Audiophile Market with High-Performance Radio Receivers | News and Press Releases



Si477x AM/FM Receivers Deliver Superior RF Performance While Reducing System Cost for High-End Consumer and Professional Audio Equipment

"Audio equipment developers evaluating radio receiver solutions will appreciate the exceptional RF performance, single-chip integration, design simplicity and configurability that the Si477x family offers."

AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Silicon Laboratories Inc. (NASDAQ: SLAB), a leader in high-performance, analog-intensive, mixed-signal ICs, today introduced a family of advanced AM/FM receivers tuned for the high-end consumer and professional audio equipment market. The new Si477x AM/FM receivers provide industry-leading RF performance and exceptional configurability while reducing system cost and complexity for consumer audio/video receivers (AVRs), FM receiver monitors and pro-audio receivers.

To optimize audio performance, high-end consumer and pro-audio equipment makers typically build discrete AM/FM receiver designs from manually tuned inductors and multiple active components. These complicated, hand-crafted receiver designs result in limited configurability, fewer end-customer features, higher cost, and extensive manufacturing overhead and test time. The discrete approach also suffers from overload in strong signal environments, causing degradation in audio quality, particularly for weaker signals. In contrast, Silicon Labs' highly integrated AM/FM receiver design improves robustness and delivers superior audio quality in all reception conditions while reducing system cost and complexity.

Silicon Labs' Si477x family includes two feature-rich, single-chip devices: the Si4770, a global multiband AM/FM receiver, and the Si4777, an AM/FM receiver supporting HD Radio tuner functionality. Silicon Labs designed the Si477x receivers to reduce the bill of materials (BOM) for high-end consumer and pro-audio applications while enhancing design flexibility and delivering outstanding performance. The Si477x family leverages Silicon Labs' patented digital low-intermediate-frequency (low-IF) architecture to deliver superior audio quality under the most demanding environments.

The Si477x family offers unsurpassed RF sensitivity, adjacent and alternate channel selectivity, linearity and audio fidelity through advanced DSP algorithms. With -3.5 dBµV sensitivity, the Si477x receivers can tune to signals down to 0.67 µV, picking up stations up to 100 miles away. Featuring a highly linear RF front end and sophisticated RF and IF automatic gain control (AGC) coupled with a state-of-the-art dynamic bandwidth control algorithm, the Si477x receivers optimize sensitivity and selectivity in strong signal environments, enabling outstanding reception at all times and conditions. The Si477x family's best-in-class selectivity (65 dB at ±100 kHz and 72 dB at ±200 kHz frequency offset from the desired station) sets a new standard for tuning weaker stations buried among stronger ones in today's crowded spectrum.

The Si477x receivers also feature an on-chip "prosumer" FM channel equalizer designed to eliminate multipath fading and deliver optimal performance under complex multipath interference conditions present in urban settings. The equalizer's patented adaptation algorithm corrects for multipath fading, which occurs when a radio station's signal reaches the receiver along with time-shifted versions of the station's same signal reflected off of buildings and other large objects. The equalizer significantly reduces audio distortion with fewer sound-compromising mitigation fixes applied to the audio. This high-performance FM channel equalizer is the first of its kind in the audio industry.

The Si477x family provides excellent performance with Silicon Labs' recommended default property settings, and it also delivers outstanding flexibility, allowing developers to customize audio and system performance according to their individual preferences. This high level of configurability enables developers to tweak their audio designs to achieve a particular "sound" that is unique to their audio product brand.

"Silicon Labs' high-performance Si477x receiver family provides the best value and system cost savings for high-end consumer and pro-audio audio systems without compromising one decibel of radio performance." said James Stansberry, vice president and general manager of Silicon Labs' broadcast products. "Audio equipment developers evaluating radio receiver solutions will appreciate the exceptional RF performance, single-chip integration, design simplicity and configurability that the Si477x family offers."

The Si4770 and Si4777 receiver products are pin compatible, simplifying system design efforts across multiple high-end audio equipment platforms. Since the device footprints are identical, developers can design one board and use either the Si4770 or Si4777 with a different back end to scale between HD Radio and non-HD Radio solutions.

Pricing and Availability

Samples and production quantities of the Si477x AM/FM receivers are available now in a compact 6 mm x 6 mm 40-pin QFN package. The Si4770 receiver is priced at $5.26, and the Si4777 receiver supporting HD Radio is priced at $6.31, both in 10,000-unit quantities. To ease radio system design, Silicon Labs offers the Si4770-A-EVB evaluation board priced at $500 and the Si4770Module-A-EVB priced at $150. (All prices are in USD.) For more information about Silicon Labs' Si477x AM/FM receivers and to purchase samples and development tools, please visit www.silabs.com/pr/radio-receiver.

Silicon Laboratories Inc.

Silicon Laboratories is an industry leader in the innovation of high-performance, analog-intensive, mixed-signal ICs. Developed by a world-class engineering team with unsurpassed expertise in mixed-signal design, Silicon Labs' diverse portfolio of patented semiconductor solutions offers customers significant advantages in performance, size and power consumption. For more information about Silicon Labs, please visit www.silabs.com.

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This press release may contain forward-looking statements based on Silicon Laboratories' current expectations. These forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties. A number of important factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements. For a discussion of factors that could impact Silicon Laboratories' financial results and cause actual results to differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements, please refer to Silicon Laboratories' filings with the SEC. Silicon Laboratories disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

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Jun232014

Broadband for America: Nation's Top Broadband Internet CEOs Urge FCC To Protect Open Internet



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WASHINGTON, May 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) set to unveil a revised net neutrality proposal on Thursday, twenty-eight CEOs from America's top broadband Internet companies today sent a letter to the agency urging Commissioners to maintain the light touch regulatory approach that has helped create millions of jobs and vastly improved consumer choice.

The signers -- CEOs of broadband Internet companies such as Lowell McAdam of Verizon, Randall Stephenson of AT&T, Robert Marcus of Time Warner Cable, and Brian Roberts of Comcast -- warned that reclassifying broadband into a Title II public utility would threaten new investment in broadband infrastructure and jeopardize the spread of broadband technology across America, holding back Internet speeds and ultimately deepening the digital divide.

Reclassifying broadband Internet access services as a Title II telecommunications services would make it subject to common carrier regulation, a regulatory regime that is much stricter than what is currently in place.

"Not only is it questionable that the Commission could defensibly reclassify broadband service under Title II, but also such an action would greatly distort the future development of, and investment in, tomorrow's broadband networks and services," the CEOs said in its letter. "America's economic future, as envisioned by President Obama and congressional leaders on both sides of the aisle, critically depends on continued investment and innovation in our broadband infrastructure and app economy to drive improvements in health care, education and energy."

The current light regulatory touch framework has propelled the growth of broadband across America, leading to more than $1.2 trillion of investment into broadband networks. Altogether, these advances have supported nearly 11 million jobs around the country.

With this progress in mind, the CEOs further cautioned, "The U.S. experience was not a foregone conclusion. It was the result of courageous and bipartisan leadership that rejected old regulatory mandates in favor of a new, nimble paradigm of government oversight.

The full letter is below:

May 13, 2014

Federal Communications Commission

445 12th Street, SW

Washington D.C. 20554

Dear Chairman Wheeler and Commissioners Clyburn, Rosenworcel, Pai, and O'Rielly:

For more than a decade, America's broadband companies (including companies that depend on the broadband ecosystem) have worked to ensure that their customers can enjoy access to world-class broadband services consistent with the Commission's clearly articulated core Internet freedoms.  An open Internet is central to how America's broadband providers operate their networks, and the undersigned broadband providers remain fully committed to openness going forward.  We are equally committed to working with the Commission to find a sustainable path to a lawful regulatory framework for protecting the open Internet during the course of the rulemaking you are launching this week.  That framework must promote investment and opportunity across the Internet economy, from network providers to app developers, for the benefit of American consumers. 

In recent days, we have witnessed a concerted publicity campaign by some advocacy groups seeking sweeping government regulation that conflates the need for an open Internet with the purported need to reclassify broadband Internet access services as Title II telecommunications services subject to common carrier regulation.  As demonstrated repeatedly, the future of the open Internet has nothing to do with Title II regulation, and Title II has nothing to do with the open Internet.  As it did in 2010, the Commission should categorically reject efforts to equate the two once and for all. 

The high stakes of this debate have already been demonstrated.  Today's regulatory framework helps support nearly 11 million jobs annually in the U.S. and has unleashed over $1.2 trillion dollars of investment in advanced wired and wireless broadband networks, as well as an entirely new apps economy.  We see an average of over $60 billion poured into cable, fiber, fixed and mobile wireless, phone, and satellite broadband networks each and every year.  And broadband gets better every year:  the average broadband speeds jumped 25 percent in 2013 alone, highlighting there are no "slow lanes" in today's Internet. 

Yet even the potential threat of Title II had an investment-chilling effect by erasing approximately ten percent of some ISPs' market cap in the days immediately surrounding the Title II announcement in 2009/10.  Today, Title II backers fail to explain where the next hundreds of billions of dollars of risk capital will come from to improve and expand today's networks under a Title II regime.  They too soon forget that a decade ago we saw billions newly invested in the latest broadband networks and advancements once the Commission affirmed that Title II does not apply to broadband networks. 

Reclassification of broadband Internet access offerings as Title II "telecommunications services" would impose great costs, allowing unprecedented government micromanagement of all aspects of the Internet economy.  It is a vision under which the FCC has plenary authority to regulate rates, terms and conditions, mandate wholesale access to broadband networks and intrude into the business of content delivery networks, transit providers, and connected devices.  Indeed, groups pushing the Title II approach fail to acknowledge that their path forward is in fact a slippery slope that would provide the Commission sweeping authority to regulate all Internet-based companies and offerings.  In defending their approach, Title II proponents now argue that reclassification is necessary to prohibit "paid prioritization," even though Title II does not discourage -- let alone outlaw -- paid prioritization models.  Dominant carriers operating under Title II have for generations been permitted to offer different pricing and different service quality to customers.  

Not only is it questionable that the Commission could defensibly reclassify broadband service under Title II, but also such an action would greatly distort the future development of, and investment in, tomorrow's broadband networks and services.  America's economic future, as envisioned by President Obama and congressional leaders on both sides of the aisle, critically depends on continued investment and innovation in our broadband infrastructure and app economy to drive improvements in health care, education and energy.  Under Title II, new service offerings, options, and features would be delayed or altogether foregone.  Consumers would face less choice, and a less adaptive and responsive Internet.  An era of differentiation, innovation, and experimentation would be replaced with a series of "Government may I?" requests from American entrepreneurs.  That cannot be, and must not become, the U.S. Internet of tomorrow.   

We should seek out a path forward together.  All affected stakeholders need and want certainty and an end to a decade of legal and political wrangling.  All parts of the Internet community should be focused on working together to develop next-generation networks, applications, and services that will be critical to our global competitiveness and enhance opportunities for all Americans.  Yet, those demanding the Title II common carrier approach are effectively compelling years -- if not decades -- of endless litigation and debate.  The issues at stake would include not simply regulating the Internet under Title II, but also which specific provisions of the monopoly-era statute apply to modern broadband networks.  Collectively, we would face years more of uncertainty and, as a result, an economy deprived of the stable regulatory framework needed to promote future investment, innovation and consumer choice. 

As it begins its rulemaking process, the Commission should reaffirm its commitment to the light-touch approach that has ensured America's leadership throughout the Internet ecosystem, from networks to services, from applications to devices.  The U.S. experience was not a foregone conclusion. It was the result of courageous and bipartisan leadership that rejected old regulatory mandates in favor of a new, nimble paradigm of government oversight.  We urge you to continue down that path at this critical juncture.    

Sincerely,

Gary Shorman

President & CEO

Eagle Communication

Paul H. Sunu

CEO

FairPoint

Maggie Wilderotter

Chairman & CEO

Frontier

Thomas R. Stanton

Chairman & CEO

ADTRAN

Anand Vadapalli

President & CEO

Alaska Communications

Randall L. Stephenson

Chairman & CEO

AT&T   

Amy Tykeson

CEO

BendBroadband

Steve Miron

Chairman & CEO

Bright House Networks

Brian Sweeney

President

Cablevision    

Glen Post

President & CEO       

CenturyLink

Tom Rutledge       

President & CEO

Charter Communications

Brian L. Roberts

Chairman & CEO

Comcast

Robert Currey

Chairman & CEO

Consolidated Communications

Patrick J. Esser

President

Cox Communications

Steve Largent

President & CEO

CTIA - The Wireless Association

Ronald Duncan

President & CEO

GCI

Eric Yeaman

President & CEO

Hawaiian Telcom

Rocco Commisso

Chairman & CEO

Mediacom Communications

Patrick McAdaragh

President & CEO

Midcontinent Communications

John Evans

Chairman & CEO

Nelson County Cable and Evans Telecommunications Co.

Michael Powell

President & CEO

National Cable & Telecommunications Association

Chris French

President & CEO

ShenTel Communications

Richard J. Sjoberg

President & CEO

Sjoberg's Cable

Jerald L. Kent

Chairman & CEO

Suddenlink

Grant Seiffert

President

Telecommunications Industry Association

Robert D. Marcus

Chairman & CEO

Time Warner Cable

Walter B. McCormick, Jr.

President & CEO

USTelecom

Lowell C. McAdam

Chairman & CEO

Verizon

Broadband for America (BfA) is a growing coalition of more than 300 members ranging from independent consumer advocacy groups, to content and application providers, to the companies that build and maintain the Internet. The complete BfA membership list is available at:

SOURCE Broadband for America


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