Network, pfft. It would be a legit Netflix offering if they could manage to stuff it in one of those floppy envelopes and mail it.
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If it's as effective as those, then it's synonymous with "the good stuff". Next one might be "High-Flow Toilet", or "Nuclear Thermal Rocket".
What you say is plenty familiar to some of us, but RTFA and you'll see that it gives no technical clue as to what their innovative contribution is. It just sounds like it was written to attract uninformed investors.
No actual info in article, just hype and buzzwords.
I "try" a new bread by ingesting a loaf of it. It doesn't get any more intimate than that!
How about every female bus rider who doesn't want to be spoken to and doesn't want to mess up their hair...
I was thinking more along the lines of something in the UHF or microwave bands which would allow me to run relatively long distance encrypted data links, for internet link or remote control, but yeah, I guess these days you can just get a bunch of high-powered Chinese WiFi equipment and do it anyway.
It might be interesting, however, to "incentivize" use of some portion of certain underused VHF or HF bands by loosening up restrictions. At least the "idiots" might be useful beacons! Or are all the bands full down in CA and back East?
Yep, that's the problem - Encryption and / or allowing "useful" content would quickly lead to the kind of "spectral" issues you are concerned with. Though a nice compromise might be to allow such things in certain bands only.
Oh Bruce, you wouldn't understand! You actually do real things!
I love to type in portrait but my thumbs are too fat!
Yep, I had a feeling if deja vu from computer science textbooks fine past when I saw this. First we're applauding the invention of the swamp cooker, and now this great breakthrough!
Rolling on my lawn laughing...
Man up, and get thee to a text editor!
But I want to read the last paragraph of the last page first!
Actually though, tab loading seems more dependent on external factors anyway...