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Wireless GSM Based Electronic Notice Board Mrs. S.P.Gaikwad , Manikeshwari Shahdeo , Meghna Priya , Prashant Kr. Raghav Department Of Electronics Bharati Vidyapeeth College Of Engineering , Pune India shilpapgaikwad@gmail.com maanimagic@gmail.com meghna.aquarious@gmail.com lucky_prashant90@yahoo.com Abstract- GSM based electronic notice display system is presented in this paper, this is the model for displaying notices in college on electronic notice board by sending messages in form of SMS...

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Wireless technology

[1] Introduction It would be hard to imagine a world without wireless applications and services. Around the globe, mobile services are playing increasingly important roles in many facets of our society. Just a decade ago, mobile services consisted primarily of basic voice communication. Today, we depend on mobile services not only for communication, but also for education, entertainment, healthcare, location and m-commerce. Mobile services have also made significant inroads into developing...

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wireless communication

DESIGN AND SIMULATION OF MICROSTRIP PATCH ARRAYANTENNA FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS AT 2.4 GHZ B.SAI SANDEEP Assistant Professor QIS College of Engineering &Technology Ongole, Andhra Pradesh INDIA Sandeep6sandeep@gmail.com Abstract—Due to the existence of growth in development of low cost, less weight, highly reliable, minimal profile antennas for wireless devices, it poses a new challenge for the design of antenna in wireless communications. This paper presents design and simulation...

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Wireless and Bluetooth

point-to-multi-point voice and data transfer. Bluetooth will enable users to connect to a wide range of computing and telecommunications devices without the need for proprietary cables that often fall short in terms of ease-of-use. A global specification for wireless connectivity: Bluetooth, named for Denmark's first Christian king and not a dire dental condition, is the name of a technology specification for small form factor, low-cost, short-range radio links between PCs,handhelds, mobile phones, and other...

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Bluetooth Wireless Technology

Bluethooth Wireless Technology Bluetooth wireless technology is an open, accepted standard for wireless communication. It was developed by Dr. Sven Mattisson and Dr. Jaap Haartsen at Ericsson Mobile Communications in Lund, Sweden. Initially Bluetooth was to be used as an interface between mobile phones and their accessories. It soon became clear that the uses for this new wireless technology were manifold and Ericsson decided to share their technology, offer free licenses to any company that...

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History of the Wireless Era

hackers are from the noise. This Project describes a design of effective security for data communication by designing standard algorithm for encryption and decryption. R.F. is a PAN technology based on the IEEE 802.15.4 standard. Unlike Bluetooth or wireless USB devices, R.F. devices have the ability to form a mesh network between nodes. Meshing is a type of daisy chaining from one device to another. This technique allows the short range of an individual node to be expanded and multiplied, covering a...

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wireless technology proposal

Week 4 Learning Team Wireless Technologies Proposal BIS/220 – Introduction to Computer Application and Systems January 20, 2014 Party Plates A Business Proposal to Improve the Current Wireless Technology Prepared for Party Plates President Prepared by Jeremy Wright Penny Rine Nadine Ontiveros and Trylene Brown 20 January, 2014 Proposal Number: NEW-WIRELESS-TECH-01-20-2014 This proposal introduces two wireless technologiesy that will...

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Wireless Network Proposal, Riordan Manufacturing

Wireless Network Proposal, Riordan Manufacturing University of Phoenix CIS 319 June 14, 2008 Riordan Enterprises has requested to look into the possibility of adding wireless capabilities to their existing network. The need for wireless is understandable. It enables employees to be productive from anywhere. If they need to travel to a potential customer in Montana, or are at a plastics conference in Hawaii the ability to connect to the Riordan’s intranet is vital. Not only does it allow...

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Wireless Technology

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY INTRODUCTION Technology continues to develop very quickly down to the corner of the world, but not with strong will and hard work, information technology, chaired by the computer becomes a linear phenomenon with the development progress of the age. The development of information technology is developing very rapidly, this development can not be separated from the ability of computers to perform data communication and also establish a computer network both...

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Mimo: - Technology to Advance Wireless Transmission Networks

MIMO:- TECHNOLOGY TO ADVANCE WIRELESS TRANSMISSION NETWORKS Prof. Navin Srivastava (Department of Electronics Engg.) Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University College of Engineering, Pune Email id-navinsri@gmail.com Ms Meena Chavan (Department of Electronics Engg.) Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University College of Engineering, Pune Email id-mschavan@bvucoep.edu.in Surya Prateek Soni (Department of Electronics Engg.) Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University College of Engineering, Pune Email id-suryaprateeksoni@gmail...

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