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5G Mobile / Cellular Technology

Preliminary details and information about the technology being developed for 5G mobile or cellular telecommunications systems.

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Resistor Types

Information, tutorial about the basics of the different types of resistors including fixed and variable resistors, carbon, film, carbon composition, metal film, etc

AM Diode Detector

An overview of the basic AM diode detector or demodulator used for converting AM signals into useable audio with circuits, application notes and theory.

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Waveguide Cutoff Frequency

Waveguide cutoff frequency: details of what it is, how it affects operation and how it can be determined for rectangular and circular waveguides.

Facts of the day

30 March 2015

History - It was on 30 Mar 1914 that John Poynting died. He was the British physicist who developed what is known today as the Poynting vector that assigns a value to the flow of electromagnetic energy.

Quote - Science and art belong to the whole world, and before them vanish the barriers of nationality. - Goethe

Fact - Amsterdam is built on about 90 islands and it is connected by about 1,000 bridges.

IEEE 802.11g Wi-Fi Tutorial

Essentials of IEEE 802.11g Wi-Fi standard for wireless LAN, WLAN applications: features; operation; technology; applications.

 

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