By Martin Long, Director of Federal Government Sales, Harris Public Safety and Professional Communications Much of the technology used by public safety has its roots in military use. The battleground offers some of the harshest conditions for equipment, and wireless communications technology has been one of the main benefactors of this tradition.
Quickly consumers are becoming more aware of the carbon footprint that is being left behind, and are seeking ways to diminish harmful emissions, reduce power use and increase sustainability in daily life. Here are three “green” concepts designed to alter how consumers relate with household items. Plantbook - Oxygenized Notebook The Plantbook is a laptop that runs on water, bridging the gap between artificial and organic in its design.
The growing demand for smart phones, tablets and enhanced mobile connectivity is causing nearly every business to contemplate an app development program to extend its reach to current and potential customers. While executives eagerly shell out thousands of dollars for an app’s development and launch, too often they fail to forecast the long-term costs of a mobile application.
The purpose of this article is to help designers of receiver products select the optimal low noise amplifier (LNA) for their particular application. First, we will take a look at a typical receiver architecture and the LNAs role within it. From there, the article will offer some practical tips regarding things to consider when selecting a specific LNA device regarding process, biasing and cost.
With the Fourth of July coming up, leave the boring burger buns and charred dogs from your ho-hum holiday celebration and “wow” your audience by adding some seriously fun new outdoor gadgets to your BBQ repertoire this grilling season. Remote Control Beverage Buggy ($59.95) As the Grill Master, it can be difficult to wait on guests while preparing the meal, but the Radio Control Beverage Buggy ensures that your guests are waited on hand-and-wheel.
Wireless networking changed the employee experience within enterprises several years ago. As an adjunct to the wired LAN, wireless networking assisted employees by adding connectivity on the fly. From there, a virtuous cycle rapidly evolved the user expectations and the networks themselves. Today, the wireless network is stepping forward as a business-critical system, evolving the very nature of the enterprise.
One of the hallmarks of the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) is the flexibility it affords developers. From something as simple as the validity of SIP headers abbreviations to the wide variety of mechanisms designed to interact with legacy technologies, IMS permits a broad range of equally valid implementations.
We are on the cusp of something big—something entirely new for health consumers and professionals alike—but significant adoption and improvement to health can only be made possible if the products and services are easy to use and address real consumer challenges. The field of usability engineering and user experience design has a long history of incorporating a user-centered design approach to products, services, and systems.
If you’re not designing Wi-Fi (802.11) into your systems already, you’ll be doing so very soon. Wi-Fi is rapidly establishing itself as the standard wireless connection for industrial devices. It’s a big change, but it needn’t be intimidating. There are plenty of vendors out there who have all of the necessary expertise.
Microsoft is buying Internet startup Yammer for $1.2 billion in an attempt to bring Facebook-like sharing features to its widely used suite of business software applications. Yammer specializes in creating private social networks so employees within the same company can keep tabs on what colleagues are working on.
Advances in color LED technology and wireless networking are enabling new possibilities for lighting control by making it easier and more cost effective to retrofit modern illumination systems while also making the lighting system’s controllers more convenient to use from anywhere in or around the building.
Between the heat, the busy weekends, and the school-free kids, summer can be more stressful than stress-free. Don’t worry, like every problem these days, there’s an app for that. For the sake of sanity, we’ve compiled a list of the best apps to keep your summer from feeling like a punishment. 1. For your email Nothing kills a day at the beach like an unexpected, hostile Facebook message from your mom or depressing text from work about a failed project.
Chip and hardware developers have their hands full with the next generation of the 802.11 standard – IEEE 802.11ac. The deployment of 802.11ac promises to deliver higher bandwidth while retaining better quality of experience (QoE) for end users, as well as some significant technical challenges for developers.
Dan-Joe Barry, vice president of network analysis and acceleration technology specialist Napatech, explains the nature of the intense communications planning that has been taking place in the run-up to this summer’s Olympic Games. The adoption of smart hand-held devices, like smartphones and tablets, over the last number of years has far exceeded everyone’s expectations.
The ‘ People’s Car Project ’ debuted in China last year, as an experimental website aimed at soliciting ideas for future car models from Chinese inhabitants. The site received 119,000 concept-based ideas from its 33 million hits. The project aims to bring the Chinese public- VW’s largest market- to the forefront of its design team, and help the German automaker develop the “Volkswagen model of the future.