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Celtic mercenaries in the military services of the medditerranean states and their homecoming to the countries of the Middle Europe
Šedo, Ondrej ; Knápek, R.
Activities of the Celtic mercenaries in the Mediterranean environment are surprisingly often mentioned by the ancient writers. They used to appear in services for authorities there, in the Near East, “Magna Graecia” and other parts of southern Europe and also in Egypt or Carthage. They completed armies of the states fighting each other or against the Roman republic when they joined the fighting for domination in this area, and the last troops were still in service during the last decades before the change of the era. The findings discovered during the archaeological research, mainly coins that had been produced in the Mediterranean area and which appear in the Middle Europe (Roseldorf, Němčice nad Hanou, Nowa Cerekwia) led to a hypothesis that some of the mercenaries returned to these places after finishing their service. The article comes up with arguments enabling a support for such hypotheses.
Workplace for testing of the photodiodes
Šedo, Ondrej ; Poliak, Juraj (referee) ; Wilfert, Otakar (advisor)
This paper is focused on design of the workplace for measuring basic parameters and characteristics of standard photodiodes. There is also experimental test of its possibilities and comparison of the measurement results with the catalogue data. It also includes elaboration of an algorithm that processes the measurement data into visual presentation.
Communication protocols for Free-Space Optical links
Šedo, Ondrej ; Kincl, Zdeněk (referee) ; Kolka, Zdeněk (advisor)
This master’s thesis is focused on behaviour of the TCP/IP protocol on free-space optical link which is affected by the effect of atmospheric turbulence. This causes fluctuation of the received optical power and therefor bit error rate changes. In the simulation model short-time bit error rate is calculated from random generated received optical signal and then used in time-domain analysis of the OMNeT++ network simulator. A buffer in transmitter is designed based on simulation results. It pauses the data transmitting in cases of FSO link outage. This method is then implemented into FPGA device.
Communication protocols for Free-Space Optical links
Šedo, Ondrej ; Kincl, Zdeněk (referee) ; Kolka, Zdeněk (advisor)
This master’s thesis is focused on behaviour of the TCP/IP protocol on free-space optical link which is affected by the effect of atmospheric turbulence. This causes fluctuation of the received optical power and therefor bit error rate changes. In the simulation model short-time bit error rate is calculated from random generated received optical signal and then used in time-domain analysis of the OMNeT++ network simulator. A buffer in transmitter is designed based on simulation results. It pauses the data transmitting in cases of FSO link outage. This method is then implemented into FPGA device.
Preliminary informations about the pit 6/86 with human and animal skeletons of the time of Great Moravia in Letonice
Drozdová, E. ; Šedo, Ondrej
References about nonkonform archaeological finds in the place with settlement and burial structures - explanation of situation in storage pits with human and animal skeletons from the 9. century AD.

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