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With great difficulty, I'm trying to implement a parser for reading sib codes and analyzing cells tower. I convert a particular ASN.1 EUTRA_RRC_Definitions structure in a C# DLL. In theory I can decode the code and get a file XML structured. I searched everywhere online for examples, but I found nothing.

This is my code that I'm trying to get it works:


public static byte[] StringToByteArray(string hex)
    {
        return Enumerable.Range(0, hex.Length)
                         .Where(x => x % 2 == 0)
                         .Select(x => Convert.ToByte(hex.Substring(x, 2), 16))
                         .ToArray();
    }

    static void Main(string[] args)
    {

        BCCH_BCH_Message sib = new BCCH_BCH_Message();
        sib.Init();
        const string V = "694c4224198860c1312a984c031807c06e493ab212103108b4890000";
        var buffer = StringToByteArray(V);
        sib.Decode(new Com.Objsys.Asn1.Runtime.Asn1OerDecodeBuffer(buffer));
    }
}

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And this is the exception I get: Com.Objsys.Asn1.Runtime.Asn1Exception: 'base class decode method invoked';
I hope someone had already faced with this issue.
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In the United States, 2.3 million Americans without transportation live more than one mile away from the nearest supermarket. These areas are called food deserts. Technology can help this population eat better and save money.


A population that’s expanding in an environment that consists of limited resources poses a problem for the future of mankind. As more industries seek and implement sustainable solutions, society is slowly undergoing a change where business leaders are starting to think about the impact that enterprise activities have on the environment. Resultingly, enterprise leaders and researchers are turning to technology to find ways to sustain the environment and humanity.


Researchers estimate that the world’s food producers must double production by the year 2030 to fulfill the dietary needs generated by the planet’s forecast population growth to 9 billion people by the year 2050. This is an enormous challenge in a world where the United Nations (UN) is also working to end all hunger by the year 2030. Technology provides faster solutions for learning about and solving these kinds of problems. Innovations such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data systems are helping scientists make great advancements in sustainability research. They’re discovering valuable ways to preserve the environment by improving the ways that enterprises conduct business.


The Logistics of Putting Food on the Table

Technology makes transportation more efficient. To reduce the impact on the environment, scientists urge consumers to make more use of public transportation such as buses, ride shares and trains. If consumers were to follow the recommendations of researchers and use public transportation, they could reduce annual carbon dioxide emissions by 37 million metric tons and gasoline consumption by 4.2 billion gallons.


Food often travels great distance before it makes it to the meal table. In fact, this is a great source of debate in the scientific community. With some food products, transport is a significant source of greenhouse emissions. Some researchers argue that the carbon use of organic crops does more harm to the environment than the carbon emission generated by transporting food. Other researchers note that the sum of all current agriculture activities produce the maximum estimated level of organic emissions that scientists forecast the planet can withstand in total by the year 2050. Either way, food waste contributes to this problem double fold by requiring producers to grow more goods and then transport them to consumers.


The Growing Need for Accessible Nutrition

The American Nutrition Association designates regions that lack a sufficient supply of fresh fruits, vegetables and whole foods as “food deserts.” These are generally impoverished areas occupied by underserved populations. In food deserts, it’s difficult for consumers to access healthy and culturally relevant foods. Technology, however, is a solution for accessing nutritious and desirable nourishment. It makes it possible for supermarkets to deliver food to consumers. With innovations such as smartphone apps, even consumers who don’t live near supermarkets and are without transportation have access to healthy foods in select regions.


Researchers hope that technology will help them find more solutions for providing access to food for consumers who live in food deserts. Meanwhile, nonprofit organizations, social workers and government agencies are conducting outreach work to help consumers who live in these areas, including initiatives such as nutrition training and health advocacy. The entities also work to promote awareness of food deserts and distribute information about how to help people who live in these areas. Together, these individuals and organizations can help the residents of food deserts live healthier lives.


Sustainability in Food Distribution

Public demand has prompted enterprises to understand and mitigate the impact that their goods have on the environment. Innovative technologies have given enterprises this ability and resulted in a new supply chain term called “hyper-transparency.” Today, connected supply chain systems provide enterprises with detailed sourcing data. In the future, technology experts hope that the Internet of Things (IoT) will allow manufacturers and food producers to track goods throughout their entire lifecycle – from production to recycling and on through repurposing. Companies can already monitor inventories in real-time, and as more technologies evolve, their combined utilities spawn new, exciting - and sometimes unforeseen - applications.


Technology is transforming the world, and more enterprises are using it to take better care of the environment. One day, engineers hope that they can develop technologies that can measure the impact that all products leave on the environment. The development of this kind of empowering innovation requires the skills of experts trained in STEM sciences who can develop technologies into new and beneficial iterations.

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Thank you, I will definitely try your checklist!
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If you like the checklist, try our GDPR product
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Healthcare has made massive developments over the past decade, thanks largely to technological advancement. Yet despite that these advancements are saving our lives, few truly understand how much healthcare has changed, and where it is headed.
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I had some spare time so I went ahead and read the article and here are a few minor grammar changes you might want to consider..

Where you have "In an article by Bradley University they cite research", I would suggest either
In an article by Bradley University, they cite research
or
An article by Bradley University cites research

Where you have "Incentives are being put into place to encourage the changes" I would suggest
Incentives are being put in place to encourage the changes

I would also change "Some of the tools that are being implemented to improve outpatient care includes:"
to  Some of the tools that are being implemented to improve outpatient care include:

And

"will be able to find the services that suits their needs."
to
will be able to find the services that suit their needs.
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Nope! We can definitely take out the link if you'd like.
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We talk to business owners about the GDPR. Quite often they say,‘ I have a department that deals with all that legal stuff, they will sort it out.’ As a business owner when it comes to a data breach, you are libel, not your department. Know your data!  http://bit.ly/2CdtRAM
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Don't put it in the bin! How many of your employees are aware of the new data regulations? Ask them. http://bit.ly/2GBbhl2

Have a go!

Read the article, then tell me what and how many potential breaches you can spot?
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Welcome to 2018! Exciting things lie ahead in the world of tech. To start things off, we compiled great member articles on how to stay safe, ways to learn, and much more! Read on to start your new year right.
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Last month, the FCC voted to repeal Title II, the framework supporting net neutrality across all broadband ISPs. We sat down with Doug Walton, database administrator at Experts Exchange to gauge his opinion of what will happen next.
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We want LESS regulation and we DO NOT want the government to control the internet!
Stand AGAINST Net Neutrality! Don't listen to the scare tactics!
Twitter and Facebook and Google and many other repressive corps are FOR Net Neutrality - that says it all doesn't it?
Say something the SJW's don't like and you are banned on Twitter and Facebook! Google simply skews your search results.

Freedom not Totalitarianism!
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Since today is the "big day", Just have a question about net neutrality to further my understanding of the issue.

If NN rules were not enforced until 2015, why is repealing these rules supposedly the "end of internet as we know it"?  We all had basically the same internet before 2015.  

What are the worst case scenarios moving forward, and how come we did not see these senarios in the past?
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