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How RFID technology works?

31st October 2012
Writer: Tzachi B RFID technology uses radio waves to send information between a reader and an electronic tag attached to an object for identification and tracking purposes. Tags (or inlays) contain a memory chip and an antenna. Information containe... Read >
Author: muhammad.irfan

Use Keyless Car Remotes for Ultimate Safety and Convenience

29th October 2012
Innovations in automobile technology have made it possible to easily control access to your car with the help of a keyless remote. This system helps in easily locking and unlocking the doors of your car and provides optimum security. Advanced keyless remo... Read >
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Wireless Home Security Systems Reviews

27th January 2012
Safety in any home is a very serious subject.All options should be taken in to consideration. Here are but three security systems to consider, with varied options to suit your personal needs. Skylink SC-100 Security System Deluxe Kit It is the answe... Read >
Author: Roberto Sedycias

Data Communication and Types of Data Transmission

16th January 2012
Communication means the exchange of information or messages. The process of transferring data from one location to another is called Data Communication. In this process, data is transmitted electronically from one location to another by using standard met... Read >
Author: Imran Zafar

Eye Surgery India,Cost Eye Surgery Mumbai India,Mumbai Eye Clinic

18th October 2011
Eye Surgery Overview If your eyes are the window to your soul then doesn’t it make sense to maintain their appearance and keep them looking like the grand entrance way they should be. Eye surgery techniques have improved immensely during the last fe... Read >
Author: pankaj Nagpal

Technology Behind Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)

10th August 2011
Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) enhances the riding experience in term of both security and convenience. This technology acts on wave-based communication between two apparatus – a tiny chip and an electronic control module (ECM). Read on to be updated with thi... Read >
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All You Need To Know About Remote Keyless Entry

29th July 2011
RKE (Remote Keyless Entry) technology is introduced in automobile sector to improve the level of comfort and security by several notches. This technology works through code-based communication, at fixed radio frequency. Read on to know all about this tech... Read >
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Radiation Protection Sheetrock Protects Xray Technicians

24th May 2011
Radiation safeguarding is the practice aimed at guarding people and the natural environment from damaging effects of particle radioactivity and radio waves. Ionizing radiation, even though used in industry and medicine, is a serious hazard to health. It b... Read >
Author: Salvador Floyd

Is Fiberglass As Strong As Metal?

18th April 2011
This is a question that has many answers. The answers depend on which aspect of strength one is looking at. Most commonly, strength is viewed as force divided by area. We consider the stress test as a way to measure how much stress it takes to make an ite... Read >
Author: Jonathan Steele

Special Features of the Convection Microwave

04th April 2011
If your kitchen doesn't have room for all of the appliances and features that you would like, you may want to consider getting a convection microwave. For people who have limited kitchen space, it is not feasible to have both a convection oven for baking,... Read >
Author: Kurt Zier

Wireless Keyboard with Touchpad or With out - Advantages and Disadvantages

23rd March 2011
To offer additional portability to pc customers, IT companies have created wireless keyboards that don't have to be kept in the user's workplace. Wireless key boards may be utilised by both desktop computer and laptop users because the technologies employ... Read >
Author: Lesly Morgan

How Does WiFi Work?

20th January 2011
WiFi is an acronym for Wireless Fidelity. WiFi connection uses radio signals very much like mobile phones and other like devices. Here an antenna transmits the radio signals, translated by a computers wireless adapter card. The signal transmitted is then ... Read >
Author: Chris Cornell

Mobile Phones- A Blessing Or A Curse?

30th September 2010
At present there are almost 4.6 mobile phones subscribers all across the world. The number is kept on increasing day by day and according to many records by the end of this year it will surpass 5 billion. Mobile phones are the fastest medium of communicat... Read >
Author: Antony

Is Your Notebook computer WiMAX-Set?

14th May 2010
From netbooks to laptops, there are a lot of WiMAX-all set gadgets on the sector. Dell, Toshiba, Samsung, and other makers are supplying PCs that are set-up to offer wireless broadband entry. WiMAX is the engineering that makes it possible for you to get ... Read >
Author: Anton Francis

How To Protect Yourself From Electromagnetic Radiation

10th April 2010
Since the emergence and rapid growth of consumer electronic products (cell phones, computers, etc.), our exposure to electropollution (commonly also referred to EMF (Electromagnetic Fields) has increased dramatically. The threat of electropollution has re... Read >
Author: Dr Ink
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