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How Anti-Collision System Works For Trains

An anti-collision system for trains is an electronic system that is designated to ensure safety of the passengers and proper operation of trains. It helps avoid the risk of dangerous and...

Microchip Implants: Are You Ready For Them?

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), an agency of the United States Department of Defense, has developed cyborg insects that can transmit information from sensors implanted into the insect during the...
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How To: Home-made Solar Panels

In this video, the author is going to show you how to built some solar panels from start to finish These panels cost the author very little to build and are...

Electronics In Cars

JULY 2009: Necessity is the mother of invention. If you peep into the history, you would realise that cars were originally made of only mechanical parts, but today electronics constitute a...

How Does BDMA Technology Work in 5G Network?

Beam-division multiple-access (BDMA) scheme has been proposed to increase wireless communication system capacity and handle a large number of users in 5th Generation (5G) systems. The number of mobile users is swelling...
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Robocar With Wireless Steering

We have seen many projects where a robot is controlled by a remote controller. Here we describe a robot (robocar) that can be steered in any direction just like you drive...

Smartphone Review: One Plus XOne Plus X

After the long delays and mishaps in the delivery of their flagship, One Plus had to make a strong comeback with the One Plus X. Rumors of the device had begun...
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How To Build A Simple Laser Tachometer

Did you know you can use an LED as a light sensor? In this video, the author will show you how to use this phenomenon to build a laser tachometer capable...

An Introduction to 5G Technology

  5G mobile telecommunication standards stand for fifth-generation advancements made in the mobile communications field. These comprise packet switched wireless systems using orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) with wide area coverage, high...

Biomedical Sensors Advancing Medical And Biotechnology

Sensors are small, tiny and intelligent devices that are used to measure physical variables like temperature, humidity, gas, velocity, flow rate, pressure and so on. According to American National Standards Institute,...

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