History of Wireless Technologies

History of Wireless Technologies¬† : The development of Wireless technology owes it all to Michael Faraday – for discovering the principle of electromagnetic induction, to James Maxwell – for the Maxwell’s equations and to Guglielmo Marconi – for transmitting a wireless signal over one and a half miles. The sole purpose of Wi-Fi technology is wireless communication, through which information

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PC Recycling in Line With the WEEE Directive

PC Recycling in Line With the WEEE Directive : The WEEE directive is a law that governs all matters related to the management and disposal of electronic and electrical waste products throughout the EU. All member countries including the EU are expected to adhere to this law without fail. The law aims at limiting the environmental impact of all IT

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Computers and Brain Power

Computers and Brain Power : Technological processes will be applied to the old industrial tasks. First, the new technology follows the line of least resistance; second, the technology is used to improve previous technologies; and third, new directions or uses are discovered that grow our of technology itself.

The first stage of technological innovation applies in ways that do not

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How Voltage Regulators Work

A voltage regulator is used to control and maintain a continual but constant amount of voltage flowing in any electrical circuit or device. In short these regulator keep the right amount of power or electricity going to the right places at all times. Without them electrical devices would not work properly.

There are several different kinds of voltage regulators out

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