Sending data between small, portable devices is full of compromise: higher transfer rates usually means a bigger drain on the battery. But UCLA researchers have a plan to use reflected Wi-Fi signals to help solve that problem.
Q. My mobile device is completely starved for space, and I've already deleted the apps I can easily live without. What's my next move? A. I've lived this particular scenario over two devices in my own home, an
A Russian company is selling its Li-Fi based wireless LAN solution (a visible light communication technology that uses light from light-emitting diodes to deliver internet) in the U.S., Israel, China, and other countries.
The core of the network is a router that is capable of transmitting a signal using a light beam at a distance of up to 23-26 feet (7-8 meters). The signal can be transmitted to eight devices at once in other parts of an office, and access speed is four times faster than standard Wi-Fi.
Li-Fi is unique in that it creates a digital binary code with a light beam, while Wi-Fi transmits data using radio waves.
“ Using Drones, Quadcopters and UAV's to Capture News Media giant CNN who are owned by behemoth Time Warner have entered into a partnership a research initiative with the Georgia Institute of ...”
The Iris+ looks pretty cool. Just dream of practically anything you'd like a drone to do, and chances are the new 3D Robotics quadcopter will do it. Autonomous flight? Check. Longer flight time? Check.
A German company has the attention of the electric vehicle industry and those watching it, having recently documented remarkable claims for its KOLIBRI lithium-metal-polymer battery.
DBM Energy told GM-Volt.com that its design could wind up costing less than the types of batteries used in the Chevrolet Volt, the Nissan LEAF, and other EVs while radically exceeding all meaningful performance criteria.
We’re talking potential for reasonably priced electric cars that could travel 300-400 miles on a charge, and be replenished in minutes...
“ In the world of drones, quadcopters, and unmanned aerial vehicles, the community has pretty much settled on AVR microcontrollers for the low end, and ARM for the high performance boards. If the FAA...”
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