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CHAI RELEASE OPEN SOURCE ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING KIT FOR COVID 19

CHAI RELEASE OPEN SOURCE ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING KIT FOR COVID-19

TheĀ CHAI teamĀ announced at the Open Hardware Summit that the group would be launching an environmental test kit that will be able to work on theĀ Open qPCRĀ machine, which was released in 2016. The kit will be a DIY test kit forĀ COVID-19, which has caused a global pandemic for the detection of the virus on surfaces, objects, […]

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3D IMAGE SENSOR REAL3 FOR FACE AUTHENTICATION ANNOUNCED AT CES 2020

3D IMAGE SENSOR REAL3 FOR FACE AUTHENTICATION ANNOUNCED AT CES 2020

Infineon Technologies AGĀ has collaborated with software and 3D Time-of-Flight (ToF) system specialistĀ pmdtechnologiesĀ ag to develop reportedly the worldā€™s smallest, most powerful 3D image sensor. Designated theĀ REAL3, the single-chip solution measures justĀ 4.4 x 5.1 mmĀ and is the fifth generation of time-of-flight deep sensors from Infineon. The sensor can be incorporated into even the smallest devices with just

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MSNBC Show "Lock-up" Features ORION NLJD to Detect and Locate Contraband Cell Phones Hidden in Prisons

Algood, TN (PRWEB) January 12, 2007 The popular MSNBC television show “Lock-up: Brushy Mountain” profiles one of Tennessee’s most notorious maximum security prisons, as well as discussing how contraband cell phones have become one of the biggest problems facing correctional facilities today, allowing inmates to jeopardize criminal cases, intimidate witnesses, or even cost lives.  

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ReCellular Encourages Consumers to Donate Cell Phones for Recycling on Earth Day

Dexter, MI (PRWEB) April 15, 2007 ReCellular is encouraging Americans to clean out their closets and donate cell phones on April 22, in honor of Earth Day. One in three Americans will replace their cell phones this year, with the majority of these added to the estimated 500 million unused cell phones waiting to be

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Donate Cell Phones to Help U.S. Troops Call Home for the Holidays

Norwell, MA (PRWEB) December 9, 2007 More than 150,000 troops serving overseas will spend this holiday season away from their families. The non-profit Cell Phones for Soldiers group is calling on all Americans to support these brave men and women by donating unused cell phones. Cell Phones for Soldiers hopes to collect over 25,000 cell

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ReCellular Collects 6 Million Used Cell Phones in 2007, the Most Ever by a Recycling Company

Dexter, MI (PRWEB) January 6, 2008 Las Vegas, NV PRWEB) January 7, 2008 — ReCellular processed a record 6 million used cell phones in 2007, solidifying the company’s position as the world’s foremost collector, refurbisher, and recycler of wireless phones.   “In 1991, we started with a simple mission – to create a successful business

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40,000 Cell Phones to Be Replaced on Earth Day; ReCellular Provides Five Reasons to Recycle Cell Phones

Dexter, MI (PRWEB) April 20, 2008 – Americans discard on average 40,000 cell phones every day – or 150 million phones a year. For a society so accustomed to consuming and discarding, ReCelluar is encouraging everyone to “Go Green” and recycle cell phones that they no longer use.   Reusing or recycling cell phones has

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Analog Devices’ RF Power Detection Technology Raises Performance Threshold for Cell Phones and Wireless Base Stations : ADI’s ADL5502 crest-factor RF power detection IC enables cell phone designers to extend battery life and better process complex 3G and 4G signals, while the ADL5513 logarithmic amplifier delivers a wider range of power level detection and control for Tx/Rx designs.

NORWOOD, Mass. (PRWEB) June 16, 2008 Crest-Factor RF Detector Extends Cell Phone Battery Life by 20 Percent   The ADL5502 is the industry’s first dual-function RF detector in a single package that combines an RMS detector with an envelope detector to facilitate the crest-factor measurement of complex signals. Accurate power measurement and crest-factor calculation allows

Analog Devices’ RF Power Detection Technology Raises Performance Threshold for Cell Phones and Wireless Base Stations : ADI’s ADL5502 crest-factor RF power detection IC enables cell phone designers to extend battery life and better process complex 3G and 4G signals, while the ADL5513 logarithmic amplifier delivers a wider range of power level detection and control for Tx/Rx designs. Read More Ā»

Lemko Alleges Motorola Mobility Using Stolen Source Code In Cellular Phones; Will Defend Its Intellectual Property Rights

Schaumburg, Illinois (PRWEB) November 18, 2011 Lemko Corporation, a small US developer of cellular broadband networking software and systems, filed suit today in Cook County Circuit Court alleging that Motorola Mobility Holdings, Inc., is financially benefiting from the use of misappropriated trade secrets in all cellular phones.   The complaint details the alleged pilfering of

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