Additional antennas added to the library bringing the total number of templates to 537. New antenna types for series-fed patch arrays, as well as new waveguide-fed, dual-ridge, transverse electromagnetic (TEM) and multifunction horn antennas. Ability to specify waveguide feeds, enabling the use of dozens of different commercially-available waveguides to feed many types of horns. Timing information to guide users on expected simulation times for certain classes of antennas and the ability to sort/queue by expected time run. Advance library search feature to narrow the number of displayed antennas according to user-specified attributes and/or descriptions. In addition to the latest release, designers can also pursue expert AntSyn software and antenna design consulting with Dr. Derek Linden, director of technology for AWR Group, NI, by reaching out to a local NI AWR software representative.Click here to see the new features in AntSyn™ 3.1. The latest release of the antenna design, synthesis and optimization module, AntSyn™ 3.1, is now available for use by current customers and evaluators. AntSyn™ is an automated antenna design, synthesis, and optimization tool that takes antenna engineering requirements as input and produces antenna designs as outputs. AntSyn was designed by antenna engineers to be used by all levels of experience, from experts to those who are relatively new to antenna design. A number of companies use this innovative EM-based synthesis tool valuable for designing antenna solutions for their products.Highlights of the release include:
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Earlier this year, Negrense senator Juan Miguel Zubiri filed two Senate Bills which aims to naturalized Marañón and the Spaniard’s Ceres-Negros teammate Robert Lopez Mendy. Marañón, the leading scorer of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup, said it will be a dream come true for him to join the Azkals practices or play with them even in friendly matches. He added. “I feel very comfortable also in the country. I love the country. I would like to live here with my family.” “My idea here is… the personal goal is to get naturalized and play even a friendly game with Azkals. For me, that is my dream,” said Marañón. “After that, if I get that, I would like to work with the youth to show them the way that they can survive in the future.” “For me there’s nothing better right now than [to] be a Filipino,” added the 34-year-old Spanish striker. Spanish striker Bienvenido Marañón of Ceres-Negros FC says it will be a dream come true for him to join the Philippine Azkals. AFC CUP MANILA – Spanish striker Bienvenido Marañón of Ceres-Negros FC dreams to play for the Philippine men’s football team with the processing of his naturalization papers ongoing. “Yeah, for me it’s a dream come true. I hope that everything is well and I can get naturalized to Filipino,” Marañón said during the CPT Crossover Podcast of Bacolodnon sportswriter Cedelf Tupas. Marañón moved to Ceres-Negros on May 2015 and was instrumental in the club’s ascent as a powerhouse team in the country with 61 goals and 20 assists in 99 appearances./PN
UWF’s Oliveira Advances to ITA Regional Quarterfinals Paulina Ojeda (Photo by Ron Besser) VALDOSTA, Ga. – After having five out of seven participants advancing to the round of 32, the West Florida women’s tennis team resumed competition in the ITA Regional Championships at Valdosta State on Friday. Junior Barbara Oliveira (Belo Horizonte, Brazil/Seminole CC) is the only remaining Argonaut in the draw, as she battled through two singles matches to advance to the quarterfinals of the tournament.Freshman Jacqueline March (Santa Rosa Beach/South Walton HS) faced the first-seeded No. 7 Senka Softic from Florida Southern and dropped a 6-1, 6-0 match, being eliminated from the singles competition in the round of 32. Sophomore Naomi Higa (Cordoba, Argentina/Inmaculado Corazon de Maria Adoratrices) was eliminated in the same round as she fell, 6-2, 6-2, to sixth-seeded No. 18 Magdalena Eckert from Lynn. Junior Taylor Brewster (Fergus, Ontario/Centre Wellington District HS) advanced to the round of 16 with a 6-4, 6-1 win over Agnese Rozite from Florida Southern. Junior Paulina Ojeda (Santiago, Chile/Benedictine) also advanced to the next round, after coming back from a set down and beating Selma Hidass from St. Leo, 2-6, 6-0, 10-6. Oliveira defeated Justine Feaster from Nova Southeastern with a 6-0, 6-4 score.Two of the Argonauts remaining in the round of 16 fell, as Brewster dropped a 6-1, 6-3 match to fifth-seeded No. 17 Natali Gumbrecht from Valdosta State and eighth-seeded No. 33 Ojeda let a win slip away as she dropped a 4-6, 7-6(7), 10-8 match to 11th-seeded Natalia Ramos from Florida Tech. Oliveira was the only Argonaut advancing to the quarterfinals after she defeated Tessie Salome from Lynn with a 7-6(2), 6-4 score, and she will now face second seeded No. 9 Angela Werschel from Barry.In the consolation draw, both sophomores Cammie Gray (Shalimar) and Caitlyn Baines (Panama City Beach/Choctawatchee HS) won their two singles matches and advanced past the rounds of 32 and 16. Gray defeated Brittney Bowden from West Alabama with a 6-0, 6-3 score, and later beat Federica Longo from Nova Southeastern with a 6-1, 6-3 score to advance to the quarterfinal round. Baines defeated Abigail Greif from Florida Tech with a 6-3, 6-3 mark, and later beat Brittany Harris from West Alabama with a 6-2, 6-3 score.In doubles, the only remaining team from the West Florida squad, formed by Ojeda and Baines, fell in the quarterfinals. The duo battled against the top doubles team from Valdosta State and managed to have the lead in the match but dropped the match with an 8-6 score.Three Argonauts will return to action tomorrow, Saturday, Sept. 26th at 8:30am ET in Valdosta, Ga. Oliveira will attempt to reach the finals of the main draw and Baines and Gray will try to reach the finals of the back draw. For more information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS#ResultsSingles Results:Round of 128:Taylor Brewster (UWF) def. Paige Lindsley (NSU) 6-1, 6-0Round of 64: Taylor Brewster (UWF) def. Gina Schifano (SLU) 6-0, 6-0Jacqueline March (UWF) def. Katy Shoptaugh (UWA) 6-0, 6-0Paulina Ojeda (UWF) def. Stefania Tkach (RC) 7-5, 6-2Naomi Higa (UWF) def. Bradleigh Lore (RC) 6-1, 6-0Barbara Oliveira (UWF) def. Andrea Madrigal (FIT) 6-2, 6-3Andrea Arguello (FSC) def. Cammie Gray (UWF) 6-3, 7-6(4)Eleonora Ianozzi (LU) def. Caitlyn Baines (UWF) 7-6(4), 6-3Round of 32:Main Draw:Taylor Brewster (UWF) def. Agnese Rozite (FSC) 6-4, 6-1Paulina Ojeda (UWF) def. Selma Hidass (SLU) 2-6, 6-0, 10-6Barbara Oliveira (UWF) def. Justine Feaster (NSU) 6-0, 6-4Senka Softic (FSC) def. Jacqueline March (UWF) 6-1, 6-0Magdalena Eckert (LU) def. Naomi Higa (UWF) 6-2, 6-2Consolation Draw:Cammie Gray (UWF) def. Brittney Bowden (UWA) 6-3, 6-0Caitlyn Baines (UWF) def. Abigail Greif (FIT) 6-3, 6-3Round of 16:Main Draw:Barbara Oliveira (UWF) def. Tessie Salome (LU) 7-6(2), 6-4Natali Gumbrecth (VSU) def. Taylor Brewster (UWF) 6-1, 6-3Natalia Ramos (FIT) def. Paulina Ojeda (UWF) 4-6, 7-6(9), 10-8Consolation Draw:Cammie Gray (UWF) def. Federica Longo (NSU) 6-1, 6-3Caitlyn Baines (UWF) def. Brittany Harris (UWA)6-2, 6-3Doubles Results:Round of 32:Brewster/Oliveira (UWF) def. Allie Steele/Rashni Luthra (RC) 8-3March/Gray (UWF) def. Alexis Weinnig/Stephanie Dohner (FIT) 8-3Ojeda/Baines (UWF) def. Katy Shoptaugh/Emily Gerding (UWA) 8-0Round of 16:Senka Softic/Agnese Rozite (FSC) def. Brewster/Oliveira (UWF) 8-6Kristel de Groot/Sonya Haggstrom (VSU) def. March/Gray (UWF) 8-4Ojeda/Baines (UWF) def. Stefania Tkach/Clarke Tatje (RC) 9-8(4)Quarterfinals:Natali Gumbrecht/Raphaelle Durante (VSU) def. Ojeda/Baines (UWF) 8-6Print Friendly Version Share
The Flyers took a 100-90 loss at home to the Surrey Scorchers on Friday, ending Bristol’s run of three home wins. Once again, we ask the same question of a loss… Where did it go wrong?BOX SCORE
The renewal will see Shock Absorber remain front of shirt sponsor for Bristol Bears Women as they embark on the 2020/21 Premier 15s season. The UK’s number one sports bra brand will also continue its sponsorship of Bristol City Women as sleeve sponsor for the upcoming Barclays FA Women’s Super League campaign.The brand will be using the partnership to continually educate both Bristol Sport’s women players and their fans on the importance of wearing a proper sports bra. Shock Absorber has conducted extensive research in partnership with The University of Portsmouth; finding breasts move up to 14cm when unsupported during exercise.Bristol Sport Group Head of Commercial, Caroline Herbert, said: “We are delighted that Shock Absorber will continue as principal partner to both our women’s teams.“Shock Absorber are continually innovating and creating quality products, which has put them at the forefront of the global sports bra industry, and it is brilliant to have our women’s teams continue their partnership with such an elite brand.“We are looking forward to developing the partnership with Shock Absorber further, as both teams embark on what is set to be an exciting 2020/21 season.”Hanesbrands Sales and Marketing Director UK and Ireland, Heather Nogueira adds: “We’re delighted to be continuing our partnership with both Bristol Bears Women and Bristol City Women to see how we can grow and develop our relationship over the coming season.“The prospect of how we can help educate not just professional athletes but also all sportswomen on the importance of wearing the right sports bra is hugely exciting.“Our products have undergone stringent research and testing to ensure they’re perfectly suited to the demands of elite sport and it’s fantastic to be working with an organisation like Bristol Sport, with whom we share many core values.“The success of both teams in their respective competitions, coupled with the rise of women’s sport on the global stage, continues to make this partnership an exciting prospect and we look forward to the season ahead and seeing our brand associated with the leading women’s sports teams in the South-West.”
Russell Hedgesrhedges@bossierpress.com Bossier High coach Jeremiah Williams has put together another strong field for the 74th annual Bossier Invitational boys basketball tournament.The 16-team tournament begins Thursday with four first-round games at Bossier High and four at BPCC.Williams’ Bearkats head into the tournament looking for their third straight title and fifth in the last six years.Bossier downed Natchitoches Central 43-25 in last year’s championship game.Russell Hedges/Press-TribuneBossier and Byrd are among a strong field of 16 teams in the 74th annual Bossier Invitational tournament, which begins Thursday.All four 2012 semifinalists are back this year. The other two were Captain Shreve and Byrd.This year’s tournament also includes a team from Chicago, Orr Academy, that reached the Illinois Class 3A Final Four last season.Bossier (8-6), which lost to eventual runner-up North Webster 60-55 in the quarterfinals of the “Doc” Edwards Invitational last week, is in a very tough semifinal bracket that includes Byrd (14-1) and Huntington (13-1).Huntington suffered its first loss of the season, 70-66, to eventual champion Richwood in the “Doc” Edwards’ semifinals.The Raiders and the Yellow Jackets could meet in the quarterfinals Friday night at 8 at Bossier.The Bearkats face a challenge in the first round against Neville (8-3) Thursday.The Bossier-Neville winner faces the winner of a first-round game between Green Oaks (6-8) and Louisiana New Tech at Plain Dealing (8-5) in Friday’s quarterfinals.Natchitoches Central is off to an 11-2 start this seasonThe Chiefs take on defending District 1-5A champion in the first round. The Gators are just 6-6, but they almost knocked off Richwood in the “Doc” Edwards, losing 70-68 on a last second-shot.Airline (6-8) faces Orr Academy in the first round.Parkway (5-5), which won the “Doc” Edwards consolation title, meets Mansfield (6-7).Premier Diamond BoutiqueHong Kong’s first lab-grown diamond empirePremier Diamond Boutique|SponsoredSponsoredUndoInstant Voice TranslatorInstant Voice Translator (43 Languages) Takes Hong Kong By StormInstant Voice Translator|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystBlockchain Is Changing the Game for Trade Financing. Here’s How It’s Driving Future Global Trade.StanChart by CNBC Catalyst|SponsoredSponsoredUndoDating.comTung Chung is actually full of single men. Check them out on this premium dating site!Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoStrategyCombatIf you own a Computer, then you have to play this Game. No Install.StrategyCombat|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Bud Sasser scored two touchdowns and Russell Hansbrough added another to lead Missouri past Vanderbilt 24-14 Saturday and end a two-game home losing streak.After scoring twice apiece on special teams and defense last week at Florida, the Tigers (6-2, 3-1 Southeastern Conference) used three touchdowns by their offense against the Commodores (2-6, 0-5).Missouri gained 385 total yards, easily eclipsing its combined total of 266 yards in its last two games. Maty Mauk completed 11 of 23 passes for 141 yards and two touchdowns while Marcus Murphy added 93 rushing yards on 16 carries.Johnny McCrary completed 17 of 31 passes for 196 yards and two touchdowns in his first career start for Vanderbilt, becoming the team’s fourth quarterback to start this season because of injuries.Missouri leaned heavily on its rushing attack, running 46 times for 244 yards compared to 23 passing attempts. Missouri possessed the ball for 31:09, passing the 30-minute mark for the first time in four games.While the Tigers struggled to maintain much of a rhythm offensively, they did enough to take advantage of a Vanderbilt defense allowing a league-worst 34 points per game.Sasser finished with 74 receiving yards, including 13 on a touchdown pass from Mauk with 2:27 left in the third quarter on the heels of a 36-yard run by Mauk, who shook off some of the frustrations of a 20-yard performance last week.The score provided Missouri a 17-7 advantage, but C.J. Duncan pulled the Commodores to within three points after hauling in an over-the-shoulder, 29-yard touchdown pass from McCrary with 6:53 remaining.The freshman-to-freshman play capped a 76-yard drive.Despite Vanderbilt having 31 freshmen receiving playing time this season, and a winless conference record, the team trailed by just a field goal with fewer than three minutes remaining and Missouri facing a 2nd-and-20 on Vanderbilt’s 44-yard line.But linebacker Stephen Weatherly grabbed Mauk’s facemask on a run, giving the Tigers a first down on the Commodores’ 19-yard line. Two plays later, Mauk found Sasser in the back corner of the end zone for a 26-yard score.Vanderbilt finished with 240 yards, including only 44 on the ground, and only 53 on its first four drives. The Commodores then traveled 75 yards on their next possession as McCrary found fourth-string tight end Nathan Marcus for a 9-yard touchdown.The touchdown narrowed Vanderbilt’s deficit to 10-7 with eight second remaining in the first half after Hansbrough scored on a 10-yard run three minutes earlier. Missouri’s running backs accounted for all 77 yards on the drive, including 10 carries for 60 yards and a 17-yard reception by Hansbrough, who finished with 87 yards rushing.
0 1,071 posts Forums Home Location:Toledo, OH NFL I’d have to go with Raiders vs. Chiefs(Black/silver vs. White/red)And Packers vs. Bears (Green/Yellow vs. Navy/white) My favourite uniform match-up in the AFL is Collingwood versus Geelong:Two classic uniforms that have changed very little since the two teams entered the league in 1897, plus you have the contrast between the horizontal and vertical stripes of the jumpers. 26 1 Location:Calgary AB Canada By clonewars2008, August 8, 2015 in Sports Logo News Posted August 9, 2015 Share on other sites Share on other sites nfl Location:Longueuil Quebec 1 Share this post Page 1 of 2 Posted August 10, 2015 WavePunter number81 Location:denver 340 posts Morgan33 0 25 Location:Tampa, FL 21,575 Members 229 For the CFL I’m going with the classic Ottawa Rough Riders/Renegades/REDBLACKS and the Saskatchewan Roughriders. I’ve always like the way the Ottawa in black and Saskatchewan in white match up looked number81 Share this post Link to post Sign in to follow this Prev Just looking at my favorite teams…Nhl (Avalanche): This certainly used to be a great uniform matchup… Unfortunately only one of these teams is interested in maintaining solid visual identity.Hense the pic from the 90s. Share on other sites Link to post 214 posts Link to post 0 Location:Houston, TX Share this post 2,353 Share this post Posted August 10, 2015 Location:Calgary AB Canada 3,803 Best uniform match ups in each sport. FinsUp1214 Followers 0 Share on other sites Just looking at my favorite teams…Nhl (Avalanche): NFL (Broncos): Just looking at my favorite teams…Nhl (Avalanche): This certainly used to be a great uniform matchup… Unfortunately only one of these teams is interested in maintaining solid visual identity. Posted August 10, 2015 194 1 clonewars2008 5,076 #historyrepeatsitself We the North! 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Followers 0 Share this post Share this post 2,353 Members LEWJ Posted August 9, 2015 nba Location:Houston Share on other sites Link to post 1,712 posts Soundwave721 175 Favourite Logos:1992-2007 Ottawa Senators primary2002-2005 Ottawa Renegades primary2014-pres Ottawa REDBLACKS primary 1920 Team Canada2011-pres Winnipeg Jets primary Share on other sites Link to post 0 clonewars2008 Members Share on other sites Posted August 9, 2015 5,076 IceCap Link to post Next Location:Tampa, FL Posted August 10, 2015 Share this post 3,803 Graham_Clayton Share this post Members 5,076 2,838 posts 45,948 posts 482 Share this post 111 Share on other sites Members Sports Logos All Activity mmejia Far as the NHL goes, its one of these two for me… Those Bruins colours look so good against a team with bright green. Makes you wonder why green is so sparse in the league to begin with. Morgan33 Posted August 9, 2015 NBA – Lakers/Celtics, Knicks/Celtics, Bulls/Pacers Formally Known As LLFHockey Share on other sites Soundwave721 21 mmejia Recommended Posts 482 0 328 Posted August 10, 2015 194 Moderators Members Moderators 0 Link to post 18 Banned Link to post green just isn’t used too much in major sports. Baseball should use more of it for sure. Far as the NHL goes, its one of these two for me… Those Bruins colours look so good against a team with bright green. Makes you wonder why green is so sparse in the league to begin with. 18 Favourite Logos:Wild, Whalers, North Stars, Avalanche Link to post Share on other sites Posted August 10, 2015 Share this post number81 This is the best matchup in the CFL, hands down. 1,417 posts 18 0 Share on other sites 25 mlb IceCap 18 18 Posted August 9, 2015 1,462 posts 3,803 IceCap IceCap 229 Bruins vs Habs all day every day 21,575 45,948 posts Posted August 9, 2015 3,803 number81 Share on other sites Members 3,288 posts Share on other sites WavePunter Members 0 Sports Logos 341 posts LEWJ Best uniform match ups in each sport. Morgan33 If you’re going PIT / DAL, don’t you have to go SB XII? 9,294 posts This topic has been discussed, but always fun, I’ll play along.Fair warning! I appreciate modern design, but am a traditionalist if we’re listing our absolute favorite matchups. NBA:This could easily be Lakers home golds vs almost anyone as their home jerseys look fantastic in contrast to almost any team’s road uniforms, especially under the Staples Center “theatre lighting”. One of the greatest rivalries in sports is the tiebreaker here.Honorable Mention: About 20 different teams playing in LA vs the Lakers on a non-SundayNFL:The home teams are close to interchangeable here, but I give a slight edge to the Packers in green and gold hosting the Bears at Lambeau.Honorable mention: Browns vs Steelers, Redskins vs CowboysMLB:Maybe it’s because the classic MLB matchup essentially features a game of white vs gray, but the more I compared MLB matchups to other sports, the more I felt underwhelmed. There aren’t a ton of great options, but there is definitely one. Like Green Bay-Chicago, the home teams could be flipped here, but the Yankees pin stripes give them the edge.Honorable Mention: Giants vs Dodgers, Cardinals vs Cubs(Apologies for the alt Yankees cap, but this was the best photo I could find that showed a close-up front of both jerseys.College Football:I’m a sucker for tradition and colors and college football showcases both at a very high level. I’m also a sucker for color vs color, which is why I immediately knew what my CFB choice would be. There are handful tied for close second, though, so the honorable mentions also get a photo.Favorite:Honorable Mention:For being in the same conference, they seemingly rarely play, but, for me, this matchup has popped off the TV for as long as I can remember. I love the red vs yellow on a bright green field. It’s a 3-hour display of pleasing color balance.Continuing down the red vs yellow path..My homer pick. This lacks in the color saturation department, but screams college football. The orange/crimson split at the Cotton Bowl 50 yard line provides one of college football’s greatest annual settings. The matchup is very similar to Bama-Auburn, but I’m a Texas homer, so this one gets the nod. SportsLogos.Net YelichGraphics ConcreteCharlie 3,803 328 328 Link to post Link to post 111 This topic is now closed to further replies. MLB- Braves vs Cubs Location:The Burbs of Buffalo, NY Favourite Logos:Hartford WhalersMinnesota WildMontreal ExposSan Diego Padres “Swingin’ Friar”Indianapolis ColtsCincinnati Bengals head Favourite Logos:Wild, Whalers, North Stars, Avalanche Share on other sites 21,575 328 lahaye7 111 Location:denver Members 328 cubsfan2015 Share this post Should this be easy? Location:South Windsor, NSW, Australia Share on other sites 11,361 posts Members NHLor 18 26 Share on other sites Posted August 9, 2015 Link to post NFL- Bears vs Cardinals (before reebok)NHL- Canadiens vs BruinsNBA- Knicks vs Celtics Posted August 10, 2015 3,803 Share on other sites Next 21,575 Share this post number81 229 Posted August 9, 2015 18 Members 21 18 cflnhl Members Favourite Logos:Wild, Whalers, North Stars, Avalanche Sports Logo News 175 294 Graham_Clayton Share this post Link to post Link to post Members Banned Morgan33 Link to post 2 194 482 @wrenwag lahaye7 Location:Calgary AB Canada 0 Share this post Share this post Posted August 10, 2015 ConcreteCharlie number81 ConcreteCharlie 328 Members Share this post Joe InGOAT Posted August 10, 2015 3,803 0 I couldn’t find a great picture of the two in action together, but I did find this:I think this is one of the more underrated ones in all of sports. Great, great color matchup and great uniforms in and of themselves.Another one I think is really underrated is Mets/Pirates (when no alternates are involved, that is). The blue-orange and black-gold schemes contrast very well. FinsUp1214 3,803 341 posts 18 SportsLogos.Net 0 Posted August 8, 2015 YelichGraphics 341 posts Location:Provo, Utah All Activity 175 2 Share this post 2,353 ConcreteCharlie Link to post 294 Share on other sites 0 21,575 Share on other sites 315 posts Share on other sites Page 1 of 2 1 Location:denver Link to post Link to post 0 Morgan33 1 11,361 posts 1,417 posts Share this post Members Gotta go with Red vs Green. Simply a classic. Posted August 10, 2015 Go To Topic Listing Link to post Prev Forums Home Posted August 10, 2015 Sports Logo News Best uniform match ups in each sport.
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