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This is commonly asked but is not easy to state definitely because so many different factors are involved, mainly these are: the height above ground the antenna is installed, the transmit power used (less any losses in the system taken up by feeder cables, filters etc.) and the gain of the antenna used. What should be kept in mind however is that all VHF and UHF radio propagation is essentially 'line of sight' that is if the antenna site is at all visible to the outlying mobile unit, then the signal will usually be strong enough. This can vary between one or two kilometres to some 30 km (20 miles) or more.
No metastability problem with synchronous reset (provided recovery and removal time for reset is taken care). Simulation of synchronous reset is easy.
Some examples of AI technologies that are commonly used today include: Speech Recognition: Taking audio and working out what the words spoken are. Natural Language Understanding: Taking sequences of words and determining the intended meaning. Computer Vision: Recognizing objects and understanding the world — to provide sensory input for control of a driverless car, for example. Dialogue Management / Conversational AI: Ability to conduct a natural conversation with a user. Taking in the meaning conveyed by the user, thinking, and deciding what to SAY and DO next.
AI combined with robotisation and automation enables increased productivity, production flexibility, as well as completely new products, services and business models. AI allows Finnish companies to add elements to their products and services that provide customers with greater added value.