From NASA: "NASA scientists will be tracking asteroid 2005 YU55 with antennas of the agency's Deep Space Network ... Americans reliant on above-ground wires for power, more than a century after Thomas Edison created the modern electrical utility business.
Hanslope Park ... uplink antennas, banks of black supercomputers and, this being Blighty, a canteen selling tea and buns. The video shows the Park’s mod cons - including a gym for the staff, or perhaps trainee spies - and no sign of the 18th Century.
Meanwhile, you flip through a magazine that shows a photo of a cozy home, bathed in yellow light ... (Fridge magnets are so 20th century.) If a person enters food details into this mini computer as they load the fridge, it will keep track of when that.
Twenty-FIVE years after the Walkman made its U.S. debut ... Skip forward a quarter of a century: Digital hard-disc players are smaller than the original Walkman, hold a thousand hours of sound in crystal-clear quality and come with a little screen to.
And he hopes that modern computer enhancements of that part of the photo will link it to a piece of possible airplane wreckage discovered a quarter century ago on a tiny ... States — many of them with enhanced antennas intended to pick up distant signals.
TRW-developed adaptive nulling antennas on each MDR payload protect Milstar ... The MDR payloads are a key "range extender" of the enhanced digital communications that 21st century U.S. military forces will employ. Yet, the very feature that makes.
The locks I had installed are Yale Real Living electronic deadbolts, from the same company founded by Linus Yale Jr. and Henry Towne in the 19th century ... Digital locks from Yale and Schlage can be purchased with integrated ZigBee or Z-Wave wireless.
Life list, bucket list—the basic idea has been around ever since the fifth century B.C., when Herodotus’ History ... ALMA’s state-of-the-art telescope utilizes 66 radio antennas. (© ESO/Xinhua Press/Corbis) If you like stars, head for the desert.
More than half a century passed ... and distributed several dozen receivers around campus. Photo: Samsung Packing in Patches: Samsung engineers are working to fit arrays of 28-gigahertz patch antennas into phones like the Galaxy Note II, pictured above.
mobile phone or digital camera. A bulky array of additional discrete passive components - such as resistors, capacitors, inductors, antennas, filters and switches - interconnected over a printed-circuit board or two are still needed for your phone to make.