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View Resource Wireless Technology

Wireless is just another name for radio. And of course, wireless is certainly not new. It was discovered in the late 1800s and quickly developed in the early 1900s by Marconi and others. Radio has many uses which include radio broadcasting (AM, FM, digital and satellite), 2-way radio (public service, aircraft, marine, etc.), personal and hobby (CB, FRS, ham radio, RC, etc.), and telemetry. Cell...

View Resource Handhelds in Education

This website from TriBeam includes links to resources, information, and project examples having to do with using handheld devices in the classroom. Resources include tutorials on using different types of handheld electronic devices such as Palm Pilots in the classroom.

View Resource Contemporary Wireless Technology

Wireless means radio in its broadest sense. However, in the early 21st century, wireless refers primarily to the two dominant forms of wireless: cell phones and wireless local area networks (WLANs). This module describes the idea behind the cellular telephone system, how it works, and the primary technologies used in the US and throughout the world. This module also introduces the wireless local...

View Resource Wireless Communication

This quicktime animation examines the basics in wireless communication. Wireless communication has become pervasive in everyday life, providing convenience, piece of mind as well as emergency preparedness for its users through instant accessibility. The cell phone antenna is the link to the outside world. Designed to transmit as well as receive the RF signals, it efficiently couples the...

View Resource Mobile GIS Project

This resource provides insight into cutting edge technology in the field of geographic information systems. The stated purpose of this research is "to provide park rangers and other resource mangers with integrated mobile geospatial information services that will support and help optimize their field-based management tasks." Some of technology employed includes ArcPad 6.0, ArcIMS 4.0, Image Web...

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