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by Tarun Agarwal 6 years ago

How GPS System Works?

What is GPS? GPS or Global Positioning System is a satellite navigation system that furnishes location and time information in all climate conditions to the user. GPS is used for navigation in planes, ships, cars and trucks also. The system...

by Tarun Agarwal 6 years ago

GSM – Architecture, Features & Working

GSM is a mobile communication modem; it is stands for global system for mobile communication (GSM). The idea of GSM was developed at Bell Laboratories in 1970.  It is widely used mobile communication system in the world. GSM is an open...

by Tarun Agarwal 6 years ago

Communication Using Infrared Technology

Infrared Communication Infrared band of the electromagnet corresponds to 430THz to 300GHz and a wavelength of 980nm. The propagation of light waves in this band can be used for a communication system (for transmission and reception) of...

by Tarun Agarwal 6 years ago

RFID – A Basic Introduction & Simple Application

Consider a Couple of Situations: You are in a mall buying a lot of things and now you have to wait in the queue for a long time and when your time comes, the person at the counter checks each item for its barcode, scans it and then the...

by Tarun Agarwal 6 years ago

RADAR- Basics, Types & Applications

RADAR stands for Radio Detection and Ranging System. It is basically an electromagnetic system used to detect the location and distance of an object from the point where the RADAR is placed. It works by radiating energy into space and monitoring...

by Tarun Agarwal 6 years ago

Controller Area Network (CAN)

CAN or Controller Area Network is a two wired half duplex high speed serial network technology. It is basically used in communication among different devices in a low radius region, such as in an automobile. A CAN protocol is a CSMA-CD/ASM...

by Tarun Agarwal 6 years ago

How does Bluetooth work?

Definition A Bluetooth technology is a high speed low powered wireless technology link that is designed to connect phones or other portable equipment together. It is a specification (IEEE 802.15.1) for the use of low power radio communications...

by Tarun Agarwal 6 years ago

Control Using RF Communication

RF refers to the frequencies that fall with in the electromagnetic spectrum associated with radio wave propagation. RF current creates electromagnetic fields when applied to an antenna that propagate the applied signal through space. Electromagnetic...