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WiFi

I outlined in a previous blog post the work we have carried out over the last several months to improve the WiFi service on Campus. We’ve been carefully monitoring the service since the start of semester, and over the first few weeks it performed well and we were seeing it handle a much higher load of users successfully when compared to the same period last year. 221 more words

Information Technology

Part 1 Artificial Intelligence Magick; using wireless waves to broadcast

Everything we put online, is recorded forever. Using the Internet as a way to do Magick and spread our new learning through exponentiating online is really w…
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Plantronics AUDIO995 - .Audio 955 USB Wireless Stereo Headset w/Noise Canceling Mic

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The Cross-Coupling Degeneration in Communications --

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Brian Antao, Ph.D. (Vanderbilt Univ.)

Well What seems to be the problem with First the Simple Hard-Wired Broadband Services not ramping up in speed in sync with the evolution of Fibre-optic Technologies ? 671 more words

2G

Wireless power company uBeam said it has raised $10 million in Series A funding, led by Los Angeles-based Upfront Ventures. Existing investors Andreessen Horowitz, Mark Cuban and Ludlow Ventures are also participating. 58 more words

Mobile

How to pair your wireless Phone Clip with the Baha 4 Sound Processor

Here’s a simple guide to pairing your Phone Clip with your Baha 4 Sound Processor:

  1. Turn off the Baha 4 Sound Processor
  2. Ensure the Phone Clip is fully charged and turn it on, remove the silver cap and press the white pairing button using the tip of a pen or similar object.
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Technology

Bluetooth-Enabled Danger Sign for Lab

had some free time at work, and decided to spend it on creating a wireless warning sign. According to his blog profile, he is a PhD student in Applied Physics. 344 more words

Arduino Hacks