2014
Electronics

A new family of Programmable Fans and Blowers which may be reprogrammed by the user to invoke various features, performance curves, thermal tracking and alarming. The fan/blower is sold as a standard feature product, pre-tested and environmentally encapsulated. A programming connector is accessible under a cover on the product. Our web-site will have a list of feature program software which the user can download and flash program to modify the fan / blower to achieve many unique features and functions specialized to his application in just minutes rather than numerous requests back to the factory. Development time is very short, preproduction can be immediate, and large production quantities can be factory supplied under standard delivery lead times. Distribution will ...

Software Defined Radio (SDR) technology has been proven in the commercial sector since the early 1990’s. Today’s rapid advancement in mobile telephone reliability and power management capabilities exemplifies the effectiveness of the SDR technology for the modern communications market. In contrast, transponder technology foundations presently qualified for satellite applications were developed during the 1960's space program. Conventional transponders are built to a specific platform and must be redesigned for every new bus while the SDR is adaptive in nature and can fit numerous applications with no hardware modifications. A SDR uses a minimum amount of analog / Radio Frequency (RF) components to up/down-convert the RF signal to/from a digital format. Once the signal is digitized, all processing is performed ...

A computer system is usually comprised of one or more processors - for example, microcontrollers or microprocessors - and some software that will execute on such processor(s): this software may be created, for example, using a programming language such as ‘C’.

In many cases, processors are “embedded” inside larger systems, including cars, aircraft, industrial and agricultural machinery, medical equipment, white and brown goods and even in toys. It is estimated that people in the developed world encounter around 300 of such “embedded systems” every day while going about their normal activities.

It is often very important that such embedded systems operate correctly, even in the event of software or hardware errors, the impact of electromagnetic interference (for example, from ...

With all of today's technology out there I think it could be incorporated into a cell phone to SAL ( Save A Life ). I think a cell phones GPS could be used to track your speed when driving. And at certain speeds the phone could be made to start locking out certain functions. For example say at 50mph or above you could only answer a call but could not make one. For texting a very low speed, I would think anything over 10 or 15 mph then the key pad is locked out. I think this could be done and made tamper proof and only emergency calls could be available. This could benefit everyone especially our young teens ...

SentryHound™ cell phone detection security portal is triggered when cell phones (or other ferromagnetic material) pass by its sensors. This type of installation is especially useful for security personnel looking to detect any cell phones (ON or OFF) as well as some weapons including knives and guns without invasive and time-consuming searches. Since SentryHound is triggered by specific components found in mobile phones, time, money and resources normally spent using standard metal detectors are saved. This makes SentryHound the perfect compliment to teams securing concert halls, courtrooms, conference rooms, government secure facilities (SCIFs), and many more public and private areas from cell phones. SentryHound contains (12) independent, ultra-sensitive zones between 2 poles to detect cell phones from head to ...

This is a complete system which can be controlled by mobile SMS. It can be used as an entertainment system for playing audio and video files through SMS. It can also be used as a security system where the user can view the image or video of any one who enters his/her home or office at any time, image can be viewed on your mobile which will be sent to user mobile in the form of an image and video can be viewed on the user mobile which will be sent in the form of MMS. The complete system works on GSM communication which is ...

Holodeck Technology today
A holodeck, in the fictional Star Trek series, a simulated reality facility on starships. Holodeck is depicted as an enclosed room in which objects & people are simulated by projected holographic images.

Star Trek Holodeck was inspired by New York inventor and holographer, Gene Dolgoff. 1973 he met Gene Roddenberry creator of the original Star Trek television series.

Dolgoff emphasized the importance of holography in the future to Roddenberry including the concept of a holographic "room" for the crew to use for amusement, training, and other purposes.

Dolgoff had won 4th prize in the IEEE student paper contest in 1968 in which he described how such a holographic "TV system" could work.

A systems approach aids the visually or hearing impaired via Google Glass or other Heads Up Display (HUD), WiFi, and GPS to identify points of interest in buildings or venues, called Locations. Glass with an android phone has features which allow hands-free or touch pad to control access to the system. Operates in two modes, Hearing (user can hear) and Visual (user can see). Both modes identify Destinations such as: entrance, lobby, North entrance, emergency exit, men’s, women’s, handicapped, family restrooms (and handicapped stalls within), water fountains, stairs, elevators, floor indicators, halls and major office numbers (100, 5400, etc) and keep out zones (KOZs - construction, wet floors, etc)

For both modes, a Pointer gives directions via earpiece and ...

It is a talking calculator. It gives a voice output. Mainly useful for the blind and low vision patients. There is a voice for every operation on the calculator. The bright LED display will display the numbers and the result after the execution of operation. The blind can identify the numbers and symbols by the Braile keypad present on calculator and also they can confirm by the voice output.

They can carry this calculator to any where easily. We are now designing to reduce the size and cost of the ...

The Beowulf Plateau is a variation of a b-cluster with some unique differences. Unlike a traditional b-cluster, the nodes are contained within one centrally located form-factor, a desk. Although it’s true that there are other similar types of clusters (such as those created using Raspberry PIs and Beagle Boards), the boards used in the Beowulf Plateau are more robust. These nodes are capable of utilizing the latest mini-ITX technologies for full desktop computing power. It is only limited by the number of nodes in the desk.

These are a few of the traits this variation has in common with more expensive superclusters and pc-based clusters, but without the price, the maintenance requirements (or service contracts), or large air-conditioned server ...

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