Upgrade to Power 'Runtime' with An Uninterruptible Power Supply

A UPS, at its most basic level, should have the same high-quality surge suppression capabilities, but that's just the starting point.

Use a USB WEB Cameras, with wired and wireless sensors to create a simple to use, simple to install

Use Your Camcorder as a PC WebCam

The combination of a camcorder, DVdriver, and IR-Pod brings serious users to a whole new level of webcamming.

Using a low cost personnel computer to create a web enabled monitoring system

Use that old computer you couldn?t part with for a home or office Web Enabled monitor controller!

Value Added by Convenience

A famous song warns us that, "The times, they are a changin'..." and boy are they ever. The challenge for "smart" products is to be in touch with what people really need or want. Accessories like remote controls are no exception.

Video Display Calibration The Nuts And Bolts Of It

It makes good business sense for custom A/V dealers to offer video display calibration services to their clients. Clients expect you to provide custom solutions to increase the enjoyment of their entertainment investment. When you calibrate his or her video display to achieve the highest picture quality possible, you will be delivering maximum value on every client's investment.

Video Intercoms Go High-Tech

The video controller monitors each door box and as soon as one is activated, it automatically switches the camera associated with that door box to your TV feed. You can route that feed to a single TV, or to your main cable feed, so you can view the visitor on any TV in your home.

Video On Demand Coming Soon To A Home Near You

The three most aggressive cable operators in terms of VOD deployment are Charter, Comcast and Time Warner Cable, with an average of 12 to 14 markets deployed as of Q1 2002. Time Warner Cable in particular has access to content from within the larger AOL / Time Warner family and is well poised. Charter has always been a leader in the VOD realm, reflecting shareholder Paul Allen's view of the "wired world."

VLSI implementation of OFDM modem

OFDM is a multi-carrier system where data bits are encoded to multiple sub-carriers and sent simultaneously in time. The result is an optimum usage of bandwidth. A set of orthogonal sub-carriers together forms an OFDM symbol. To avoid ISI due to multi-path, successive OFDM symbols are separated by guard band. This makes the OFDM system resistant to multi-path effects.

Voice Alert: The Perfect Gift for Every Adult on Your Holiday List

Voice Alert? System-6 is a wireless notification system designed to install easily and provide instant information regarding what is going on in and around the home.

Web based Sensors using Open Source software, and Web Services.

Using Hotkey's ability to create custom key sequences and automate events from single Keys, we convert these key closures into a simple interface to generate sensor message to www.BroadbandSenrty.com's web services.

Webcomodore the Ultimate Energy Cost Buster

Shovon's Internet ready, Webcomodore product line, introduces new and groundbreaking techniques to the marketplace. It utilizes the power of the Internet to generate value for users to administer energy spending. Web services are not only used for entertainment or information technology but also for building/home automation or for energy management.

What is Digital? An Exploration of Terms and Usage

All of the digital advancements mentioned are but the tip of the iceberg in the digital revolution. Digitization of content is reaching into other categories, such as cameras and camcorders, fueling cycles of growth and opening up new possibilities for the consumer to create content. The digital conversion holds great promise for the content community, manufacturers, and consumers alike.

What is gain?

Gain is a term that receives a lot of attention when talking about projection screens. However, the way in which the term is typically used may lead to some confusion not only about what exactly ?gain? is, but also about the inherent capabilities of projection screen materials to affect the projected image.

What To Know About Buying Projectors

A successful installation is both a thoughtful, strategic combination of good basic specs serving as a foundation, and a suite of operational clues that fit your application requirements.

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