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Researchers Believe Nanoresonators Could Fix Dropped Calls

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September 2, 2012 1:05:48 AM

Would be helpful if we could zoom into the pic.... Clicking it just makes a page pop-up with the EXACT same size image.
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September 2, 2012 1:21:59 AM

madjimmsWould be helpful if we could zoom into the pic.... Clicking it just makes a page pop-up with the EXACT same size image.


Welcome to Toms 1994 graphics system for there site. You forgot to mention the pop-up is after clicking brings you to a new page, so you have to close a window, and then go back to get back to the article, all to see the same image 3 times the exact same size.
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September 2, 2012 1:22:09 AM

Could they use this same technology for ADSL2+ and improve the SNR of our connections...?
That could possibly boost my internet speed quite high.
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September 2, 2012 2:14:13 AM

Boiler up!
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September 2, 2012 2:17:23 AM

joytech22Could they use this same technology for ADSL2+ and improve the SNR of our connections...?That could possibly boost my internet speed quite high.


It's called VDSL. It's the next technology up from ADSL, and if I remember correctly it's allows up to 100mbps. My ISP just recently upgraded from ADSL to VDSL and we're on a 40mbps package.
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September 2, 2012 2:37:33 AM

And the bandwidth caps with connection throttling will still stay in place.
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September 2, 2012 2:39:56 AM

Quote:
"a tiny beam of silicon that vibrates when voltage is applied."

A miniaturized vibrator then? Thank you science.
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September 2, 2012 6:24:01 AM

A concept actually deserving of a patent.
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September 2, 2012 7:16:38 AM

A Bad DayAnd the bandwidth caps with connection throttling will still stay in place.

this
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September 2, 2012 4:22:17 PM

sixdegreeA miniaturized vibrator then? Thank you science.


There will be a 'black edition' of course :-)

And I shut up now :-)

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September 2, 2012 9:07:00 PM

Will not work. This tiny structure is not capable of handling the power that sometimes hits the receiver of a cell phone or other wireless device.
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September 3, 2012 5:10:52 AM

the only thing that can fix dropped calls is upgrading and adding new towers to handle more traffic, not some unproven tech
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September 3, 2012 10:51:41 AM

nebunthe only thing that can fix dropped calls is upgrading and adding new towers to handle more traffic, not some unproven tech


I do not know who you are of course, but my money is on those "Scientists at Purdue University".
I have a feeling they know what can and can not be done :-)
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