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Nodes agree on configuration
Several nodes can have the same hash slot. To propagate a hash slot configuration, you need a slave or master node. If you don't have either, you'll get an error. However, if you do have both, you'll get the best of both worlds.
The ping pong protocol is used to propagate the hash slot configuration. Nodes ping random nodes every second. The pong messages are also used to populate the hash slot routing table of the new node. The destination node will reply with a MOVED message if the cluster configuration has changed. This message includes the IP: port of the instance that can serve the query.
The most important part of the pong/ping protocol is that it can't be intercepted by the Redis client. If you try to add a new node to the cluster using the Redis-CLI command, you'll get an error. However, you can use the same Redis-CLI command to delete the node.
Resonant length compares well with measured results
During the design of slot-cut patch antennas, resonant length is an important parameter. Compared to the measurement results, the computed resonant length is good and the theoretical and experimental results are in good agreement. Moreover, this study also presents results for a dumbbell-loaded slot. This type of slot has different characteristics from a standard slot. It also imposes different constraints on the slot length.
The slot length is usually half or quarter wave in length. This type of slot is known as a rectangular waveguide. It has an outer conductor with a flat center conductor. It also has an inner conductor with a round inner conductor. It is possible to predict the slot length by assuming B = 0 and A = 1. For a narrow slot, B = 0.6 and A = 2. The resonant length is determined by the transmission coefficient.
It is possible to calculate the resonant length and frequency by using the following equations: (4), (5), (6), (7), (8), (9) and (10) in which l is the length of the slot. The simulated results are very accurate for the entire slot length range.