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Wi-Fi In 60GHz Band to Solve Bandwidth Challenges

Compared to 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands, millimetre-wave-based 60GHz Wi-Fi offers a low-interference, bandwidth-rich spectrum that delivers increased wireless capacity and ultra-low latency. Wi-Fi is a widely-used technology for wireless Internet connectivity. It...
RFID Based Access Control: RFID tags

RFID Based Access Control Using Arduino

RFID is a non-contact, automatic identification technology that uses radio signals to identify, track, sort and detect a variety of objects including people, vehicles, goods and assets without the need for...

Microstrip Antenna and Their Applications

Microstrip antenna are one of the most popular types of printed antenna. These play a very significant role in today’s wireless communication systems. Here we discuss microstrip antenna, their polarisation and...

Standardisation, If Not Taken Seriously, Can Lead To Serious Security Threats

Technology experts in India are constantly striving to connect the remote corners of the country and provide the rest with stronger and reliable networks. As a step towards making this vision...

Wireless Technology For Safety And Security Of The Deep Sea

This article discusses the wireless technologies for the safety and security of the deep sea, including ship-to-shore radios, GPS-tracking solutions and RFID transponders Wireless technologies have made their way into deep sea...
optical fibre

Optical Fibre Sensors Shaping The New Age of Connectivity

In this era of communication and connectivity, optical-fibre sensors find many applications, some of which are discussed in this article. For ages, sensors have been used in hazardous environments. These sensors often...
mobile communication

Mobile Communication: From 1G to 4G

Any radiotelephone capable of operating while moving at any speed, battery operated and small enough to be carried by a person comes under the mobile communication systems. These communication systems may...

Digital Radio Mondiale and How to Receive it

Digital Radio Mondiale technology uses digital signals to transmit in long-wave (190kHz - 250kHz), medium-wave (550kHz - 1600kHz) and short-wave frequencies (below 30MHz) Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) is a new technology in...

Fibre: A Network Backbone for Future ICT

The optical fibre is going to play a huge role in future Information and Communication Technology. Today, the phone lines or cable cannot offer the speeds that we need to remain...

Wi-Fi In 60 GHz Band Will Provide Teragraph Network for Urban Backbone

Wi-Fi - a widely used technology for internet connectivity over wireless access. Wi-Fi uses unlicensed spectrum for radio waves, mostly in band of 2.5 GHZ or 5GHz. Wi-Fi has been coping...

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