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  • Biomedical Sensors Essay

    You can send signals at more than 10 GB every second. What 's more, even at that speed, the sign is much cleaner than conventional electrical cabling. Looking at fiber-optic cabling to coaxial cabling is kind of like contrasting computerized data with simple data. (Releford, 2000)The utilization of optical fiber in field of PCs is a point of late research interest. The universe of processing is prone to change quickly in not so distant…

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  • Analysis: Physical Parameter Of Antenna

    16.06 2 Slot length (L1) 2.64 3 Slot width (W1) 2.64 4 Feed length 13 5 Feed width 3 6 Thickness (h) 1.6 7 Wavelength (λ) 0.0546 m 8 Frequency (fo) 3.5GHz 9 Velocity of Light (c) 3x10^8 m Table 2: Antenna Feeding Techniques Description Patch Feed Coaxial Feed Aperture Coupled Feed Proximity Coupled Feed Feed Radiation More More Less Minimum Reliability Better Poor Good Good Fabrication Easy Soldering and drilling needed Alignment Required Alignment required Impedance Matching Easy Easy Easy Easy…

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  • The Importance Of The IP Camera

    3 IP Camera 3.1 Background: Before going into the detail of the IP camera first of all i want to explain the difference between the analogue and IP camera and advantages of the IP over the analogue camera. As in the earlier chapter we explain in detail that what is the importance of the electronic camera in the surveillance with the help of camera we can monitor the any area or location remotely and examine the environment. With the evolution of CCTV the…

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  • Importance Of Position Location Systems

    The important characteristics of IR is that it can’t penetrate walls or other opaque materials. Typically, with an IR-based system, a receiver is placed in every location in which a tagged device might be found. The tagged device emits IR light, and if the tagged device is in the same room as a receiver its position is known. The major advantage of an IR-based system is that as the oldest and most installed positioning technology, solutions are generally available from a variety of sources…

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  • The Development Of Morse Code: The History Of Communication

    the center of the composite cylindrical glass fiber, the core as if it is guided down the core in a zigzag path of successive reflections. These light waves are guided through the core of the optical fiber just like a radio frequency signal in a coaxial…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The Internet

    While ubiquitous Internet access is extremely convenient and enables marvelous new applications for mobile users, it also creates a major security vulnerability—by placing a passive receiver in the vicinity of the wireless transmitter, that receiver can obtain a copy of every packet that is transmitted! These packets can contain all kinds of sensitive information, including passwords, social security numbers, trade secrets, and private personal messages. A passive receiver that records a copy of…

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