OTHER TECHNOLOGIES - Different Technologies Articles

Biotechnology

"Biotechnology means any technological application that uses biological systems, living organisms, or derivatives thereof, to make or modify products or processes for specific use." Application of indigenous and/or scientific ...

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Plasmonics

Introduction The development of chip-scale electronics and photonics has led to remarkable data processing and transport capabilities that permeate almost every facet of our lives. Plasmonics is an exciting new device technology that has rece ...

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Automotive Telematics

Introduction Telematics is the combination of communication and information technology that moves information to and from mobile vehicles, as well as provides remote monitoring and even control of the vehicle. It is a French word, which was u ...

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Science Fiction

"Fantasy is the impossible made probable. Science Fiction is the improbable made possible." 95% of the plants dying A study reveals that over the long term the sun is getting brighter by about 1 percent for every 10 ...

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Inter Planetary Network

Abstract The Internet is slated to go over and above this world, the first target being Mars, to be followed by Jupiter and its moon, Europa. This idea of taking the Internet to the space comes from the need for a low cost and high reliabilit ...

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Optical Topography

What is Optical Topography? Technology which sends a small amount of infrared light through the brain's surface to map out changes in blood flow. This technique provides the"Real-Time" Measurement of brain's act ...

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Broadband

Broadband is a high-speed Internet connection that provides a large bandwidth. It is considered a very quick connection. It is an“always-on” type of connection and can transmit data at a much faster rat ...

1 Comments. 1119 views since Aug 18, 2008

Data Encryption Techniques

Introduction Often there has been a need to protect information from 'prying eyes'. In the electronic age, information that could otherwise benefit or educate a group or individual can also be used against such groups or individuals. Industrial ...

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Quark

A quark is a physical particle that interacts via all four fundamental forces and that is placed under the classification of fermion. and that forms one of the two basic constituents of matter, the other being the lepton. There are six different ...

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Cellular Telephony

Cellular Telephone Networks A cellular telephone network comprises mobile transceivers, called cellular telephones, and a network of fixed transceivers, called base stations, that are strategically positioned along the terrain (Figure 2-1 ...

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Kevlar Fiber

Kevlar was introduced by DuPont in the 1970s. It was the first organic fiber with sufficient tensile strength and modulus to be used in advanced composites. Originally developed as a replacement for steel in radial tires, Kevlar is now used in a wide r ...

2 Comments. 931 views since Sep 29, 2008

Evolution Data Optimized (EV-DO)

Evolution-data optimized (EV-DO) is next step for the code division multiple access (CDMA) networks moving towards 3G. EV-DO Rev 0 promises data speeds up to 2.4 Mbps on the forward link and 153.6 kbps on the download link. Compare this with the sh ...

0 Comments. 895 views since Oct 8, 2008

Set Top Box

 With the onset of cable television and satellite television came a demand for another type of small computing device called a set-top box. A set-top box is the device that connects a television to a cable signal or satellite signal received from ...

0 Comments. 833 views since Jun 17, 2008

Vedic Maths

Vedic Mathematics Multiplying by base method This is applicable to multiplications where the numbers are close to a base like 10, 100, 1000 or so on. Let's take an example: 105 × 107. Here the base is 100 and the 'surplus' ...

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Gas Discharge Tubes

If you've ever witnessed a lightning storm, you've seen electrical hysteresis in action (and probably didn't realize what you were seeing). The action of strong wind and rain accumulates tremendous static electric charges between cloud and earth, and b ...

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Plasma TV

A plasma TV is a high definition (HDTV) alternative to the standard cathode ray televisions sold today. A plasma TV provides sharp images and vibrant colors, especially when used in conjunction with high definition broadcasts. Quite often a plasma TV i ...

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Magnetrons

Introduction The magnetron is called a "crossed-field" device in the industry because both magnetic and electric fields are employed in its operation, and they are produced in perpendicular directions so that they cross. The ap ...

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Document Management System in Engineering

We look at the specific benefits of a good document management system in engineering. We look at the activities covered by the term engineering. We also look at the kinds of documents typically generated during these activities. Finally, we will look ...

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An Introduction to Figurative Language

In order to be successful in English or literary studies at any level, and for that matter, to be considered a good writer yourself, at least a basic understanding of figurative language is absolutely essential. This series will explore the basic types ...

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3-D Printing

3D printing is a category of rapid prototyping technology. A three dimensional object is created by layering and connecting successive cross sections of material. 3D printers aregenerally faster, ...

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MIDI - Speaking a Synthesiser's Language

MIDI - Speaking a Synthesiser's Language MIDI is an acronym for Musical Instrument Digital Interface and was invented in 1983. It is a standardised means of controlling synthesisers from an external source, such as another synthesiser or a sequ ...

1 Comments. 726 views since Oct 7, 2008

Automating Pipeline Integrity Monitoring

Recent unfortunate pipeline news events have made corrosion and cathodic protection front page news. The U.S. Congress and several states have initiated legislation directed specifically toward cathodic protection practices. The energy and pipeline com ...

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Optical Figer Print Scanner

We all may know about the finger print scanner which is a popular device to identify the person only with their thumb print. It is of two types :optical scanner and capacitor scanner. But this article is only related to optical figure print scanner. ...

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20 Things About Telescopes

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Microbes: Helping Humanity

After giving us lifetimes of plagues, colds, and athlete’s foot, microbes are being recruited and transformed to fight disease—and help us in other ways, too. The technology emerging from the Human Genome Project has made sequencing DNA one-fiftiet ...

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UPC CODE

We may saw this UPC (Universal Product Code) code in all the products whenever purchasing from our any standard shopping centre. Do you think of this any time that whom giving this code? What is the purpose of this code , how they writing this code, have you wondered ever .if you wondered ever have a glance in this article. ...

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TRIAC

SCRs are unidirectional (one-way) current devices, making them useful for controlling DC only. If two SCRs are joined in back-to-back parallel fashion just like two Shockley diodes were joined together to form a DIAC, we have a new device known as the ...

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5 Questions to Ask When Designing an M2M System

Today over 110 million machines talk to one another without human intervention and most analysts predict that within the next 10 years, there will be more connected machines than the six billion people now walking the planet. The millions of alr ...

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Accuracy in Timekeeping - Atomic Clocks & Time Servers

The development of atomic clocks throughout the twentieth century has been fundamental to many of the technologies we employ everyday. Without atomic clocks many of the innovations of the twentieth century would simply not exist. Satellite commun ...

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Hadron Collider: Some Facts

The largest machine in the world The precise circumference of the LHC accelerator is 26 659 m, with a total of 9300 magnets inside. Not only is the LHC the world’s largest particle accelerator, just one-eighth of its cryogenic distribution sy ...

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Double Glazing: Prevent Energy Loss

Double glazing or double glass used to prevent energy loss. A House is made up of various materials. These materials have their own purpose to serve according to their properties. To make your house more efficient the sources of energy tr ...

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GPS: Tension Free Driving

GPS stands for Global Positioning System. It is a satellite based navigation system. The GPS system utilizes satellites that have been put into orbit by the United States Department of Defense. This system help people determine their exact location i.e ...

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Parameterization of CAD standards

The need to such details is a process and with proper convergence of technology and understanding of the subject, a CAD outsourcing company can formulate the proper profile based layering standards to ensure each time and every time the CAD output files are correct and quality assured. ...

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How to Upgrade Mac Pro Apple Computer Memory for Mac

Do you want your Mac Pro Apple Computer to work fast and give high performance; the best way to go about is to increase its memory. Make sure that you use only compatible computer memory which is exclusively designed by Apple for your Mac. Do not go for Mac substitutes as this will not simply work. ...

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CAD Outsourcing but first Know Your Client

In this competitive time we race towards over-commitment and hyper active sales strategies to close a deal and while we are doing that we unfortunately lose the touch of building a sound foundation with your Client. This is the biggest NO NO for any bu ...

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