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Handheld receiver provides aerial downlink in mission-critical applications

7/19/2011 01:36 AM EDT
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Kinnar
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Kinnar   7/19/2011 3:58:14 AM
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OFDM is the technique being used in most of the sophisticated wireless applications, and it have prove itself. Now there will be so many applications like this coming up in line as the world is changing towards wireless links and each application is trying to make use of wireless technologies for betterment. There is no doubt about it that OFDM will be the underlying technology for all of these applications.

Darius Pl.
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Darius Pl.   7/25/2011 9:18:55 PM
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This is a good "sales flier". It's a shame that it does not include more technical details about RF and other technologies included in this product as I guess the audience of this portal is particularity interested in such details. On the other hand, I doubt very much that the potential customers are reading these pages...

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JanineLove   7/25/2011 9:30:52 PM
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Hi, Yes the readers are interested in those details. This is an application based piece. Readers asked for more of them when I asked, so this is part of what I call "RF in Action." I invite you to look around the site http://www.eetimes.com/design/microwave-rf-design and sign up for the newsletters to get a better idea of what we do.

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WKetel   7/31/2011 12:05:26 AM
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Yes, readers are indeed interested in a lot more of the technical details. Of course, it would be over some heads, but how better to learn? I was reading "electronics" magazine very shortly after I learned to read. Did I understand much of it? No, but I certainly found it interesting. On the other side, I was not one who would be purchasing any of the materials advertised at the time.

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