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  • What to Look for in Your Soldered Connection
    Today, a flawed coaxial connection can severely reduce performance on digital systems like ThinNET (EtherNET), Wireless networks like WiFi and WLAN's and high-end video like SDTV, DTV and HDTV. Where just a few years ago a poorly installed CCTV connector might have yielded a 1dB or less loss
  • Smart Computing Article - Jump-Start Your Internet Connection With DSL
    Jump-Start Your Internet Connection With DSL November 1999 Vol.3 Issue 4 Add To My Personal Library Jump-Start Your Internet Connection With DSL An In-Depth Look At Digital Subscriber Line Technology Until recently, users had only one way to get online from their homes. You chose an Internet
  • Smart Computing Article - How To Share Your DSL Connection
    (Digital Subscriber Line) Internet connection as for toys in the sandbox. Sharing gives broadband speed to everyone on your home or small office network, meaning they ll get more done in less time. They ll also avoid the frustration of glacial downloads over plain old telephone lines. But before you
  • Smart Computing Article - Jump-Start Your Internet Connection With DSL
    Jump-Start Your Internet Connection With DSL June 2002 Vol.6 Issue 6 Page(s) 100-105 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Jump-Start Your Internet Connection With DSL An In-Depth Look At Digital Subscriber Line Technology Because DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) uses standard copper telephone
  • Interfacing ASC Digital Sensors
    PURPOSE: To demonstrate how pressure measurements can be made using All Sensors Digital Pressure Sensor with All Sensors Evaluation Board. For this Discussion Hyperterminal is used to acquire data from the EV Board to a PC. APPLICATION: Ideal for engineers to collect data in lab evaluation
  • Smart Computing Article - Graphic Connection
    Flatbed scanners and digital cameras used to be prohibitively expensive, available to those with either a lot of money or professional needs, or both. Now, entry-level scanners and digital cameras cost less than $100, and Windows XP makes them easier than ever to use with your PC. You can use
  • Smart Computing Article - Share A Dial-Up Connection
    August 2006 Vol.10 Issue 5 Page(s) 74-75 in print issue Add To My Personal Library In spite of the prevalence of broadband (cable or DSL [Digital Subscriber Line]) connectivity today, the fact remains many PC users still rely on trusty ol dial-up connectivity to access the Internet. If you
  • Digital I/O Board Proven Useful in an Automatic Broadcasting System
    Around-the-clock operation based on a system consisting of box computers and silicon disks. Use of a "common independent output board" that enables connection of devices with different ground levels .
  • Crimp vs Solder: Pros and Cons
    Today, a flawed coaxial connection can severely reduce performance on digital systems like ThinNET (EtherNET), Wireless networks like WiFi and WLAN's and high-end video like SDTV, DTV and HDTV. Where just a few years ago a poorly installed CCTV connector might have yielded a 1dB or less loss
  • Smart Computing Article - Talking Through Your Computer
    , consider systems that utilize Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) that use special phone lines available in some locals for as little as $20 a month. If you're lucky enough to have a direct, high-speed connection to the Internet, you can videoconference without paying long-distance phone fees

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