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04 Dec 2008
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What was TV?

Essay - 4 pages - Electronics

In the 1950's television became the dominant mass media as people readily brought small screens into their homes in greater numbers of hours per week than ever before. It was clear that television would leave its mark “for good or ill and be under ever widening scrutiny—and not merely...

04 Dec 2008
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On-Line quality control: Advances in sensor technology

Essay - 9 pages - Electronics

The success of new product introductions lies with consumer acceptance of key food attributes such as texture, color, flavor, freshness, and nutrition. Automation in food processing allows for control of the consistency of these attributes by measuring a specific property, adjusting processing...

07 Oct 2008
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Encryption: Security in the age of technology

Essay - 5 pages - Electronics

Encryption is a word that is associated with mystery and secrecy. For hundreds of years, it is tool that has been used to help protect information. Simply, it is a process that scrambles ordinary textual or written information into something that is illegible and difficult to read or decipher....

10 Sep 2008
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Technology applications of X-ray diffraction for non-destructive testing

Essay - 8 pages - Electronics

In this article the use of X-ray diffraction in non-destructive testing of materials and machine components is examined. The article contains twelve refeX-ray diffraction finds uses in many applications of science and technology, ranging from applications in the field of pharmacy for the...

09 Sep 2008
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Vehicle interlock systems- An introduction and overview

Essay - 9 pages - Electronics

Vehicle Interlock Systems, or “Breathalyzer” are systems of alcohol-control installed into vehicles, with the purpose of prohibiting/controlling driver alcohol consumption. The goal of this invention was to reduce or eradicate the ability and/or frequency of drunk...

07 Jul 2008
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The main architectural features of the RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computer)

Essay - 6 pages - Electronics

The world of computer technology has evolved rather rapidly in the past two decades. Interestingly, while the number of languages and programs available has increased, the specific architectures that are used for building microprocessors have not changed that dramatically. What this effectively...

17 Jun 2008
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Examination of scholarly literature on the phenomenon of flashbulb memory

Essay - 5 pages - Electronics

The processes of memory and recollection are critical for understanding the human mind. Although considerable research has been done with respect to these issues, much of what is known about memory and recall is theoretical in nature. Thus, while modern psychologists and medical scientists have a...

17 Jun 2008
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The Specific Methods that can be used by the Organization to improve the overall security of its wireless networks

Essay - 5 pages - Electronics

The advancement of computer technologies has served as the basis for the evolution of organizations. In recent years, the proliferation of wireless technologies has made it possible for employees to work more independently, in some cases eliminating the need for an office. These advances have...

29 May 2008
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Digital Evolution

Essay - 11 pages - Electronics

The turn of the new century has brought outstanding leaps in the realm of technology. The rapid progression of technological development has changed the way our society operates. Moreover, the influence of technology has taken over our lives as a whole. It is with this premise that indeed...

11 Apr 2008
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The Telephone

Tutorials/exercises - 4 pages - Electronics

Phones have been integral to the evolution of communications and can be considered to have been the most prominent icon of interpersonal interactions over long distances. From the moment Alexander Graham Bell say those famous words to Thomas Watson over the first incarnation of the telephone...