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The New world of Plasma Antennas

Transmission and reception of electromagnetic waves have become an integral part of the present day civilisation. Antenna is an essential device for this process. It is a transducer that transmits or...

Hand In Hand With GPS

The global positioning system (GPS) is a satellite-based global navigation satellite system (GNSS) that provides various types of information including geographic location, latitude, longitude, altitude, time, etc. It is a reliable...

Countdown to True Wireless Broadband 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5… 4G!

AUGUST 2011: Of late, there appears to be more talk about looters than routers, and amidst burgeoning news about money made and lost, the real impact of 3G, if any, and...

Various DSL Technologies And How They Differ

 The rapid development in the field of information technologies has led to the appearance of new services that require high-speed data transmission technologies. For example, services like voice-over-IP, video streaming, teleworking,...

How Secure is your GSM network?

The idea of cell-based mobile radio systems originated at Bell Laboratories, USA, in the early 1970s. However, mobile cellular systems were not introduced for commercial use until the 1980s. During the...

Telecom Industry has Immense Employment Potential

What’s the current telecom industry scenario in India? “Telecom industry is not as rosy as it should be,” answers Janardan Revuru, project manager, Hewlett Packard. He believes, “India has no dearth...

How To Avoid Mobile Radiation

In India, cellphone use has increased from 50 million in 2005 to approximately 800 million now and the number is increasing. The direct and indirect contribution of cellphones to the growth...

Simulator to Help Reduce Base Station Operational Cost

Gone are the times when telecommunications infra-structure was confinedto telephone exchanges. With the advent of mobile communications, base stations are almost everywhere. In India, there are over 400,000 sites hosting base...

Li-Fi: A New Paradigm in Wireless Communication

APRIL 2012: Most of us are familiar with Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity), which uses 2.4-5GHz RF to deliver wireless Internet access around our homes, schools, offices and in public places. We have...

IEEE 802.11ac: Next-generation Standard for Wireless Fidelity

APRIL 2012: 802.11ac, the next step for Wi-Fi 802.11, will breach the barrier of gigabit capacity. Couple this with low latency and an improved power profile and you get the next...

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