Solwise PL-200AV Push Homeplug AV Powerline Ethernet Adaptor – Review

Homeplug AV utilises the existing electrical wiring in a house to create a secure (128-bit AES encryption) network with a maximum data rate of up to 200 Mbps. The Solwise PL-200AV Push replaces the popular PL-200AV, which was awarded Editor’s Choice in Personal Computer World magazine in October 2007 due to its good performance in . . . → Read More: Solwise PL-200AV Push Homeplug AV Powerline Ethernet Adaptor – Review

Datawind Pocketsurfer2

“Mobile internet finally becomes a reality”

That’s the claim of Datawind, manufacturers of the Pocketsurfer2.

Pocketsurfer2 is a handheld device that delivers the full power and original graphic intensity of the internet rapidly and wirelessly to the palm of your hand. The PocketSurfer 2 has its own in-built GPRS antenna and SIM card which . . . → Read More: Datawind Pocketsurfer2

BBC report recommends lowering picture quality on Freeview

A report by Deloitte for the BBC Trust into efficiency of spectrum use has stated that, in addition to more efficient coding and multiplexing, changes in modulation from 16QAM to 64QAM and future adoption of new technologies such as DVB-T2 and MPEG-4, efficiency improvements in the BBCs Freeview multiplexes over the next five years can . . . → Read More: BBC report recommends lowering picture quality on Freeview

Digital Dividend Review statement

Ofcom has issued a statement setting out what it describes as one of the most important decisions we have ever made: how to award the spectrum freed up by digital switchover, the digital dividend, for new users. The decision matters because the spectrum to be freed up is exceptional in that it can readily be . . . → Read More: Digital Dividend Review statement

Licence-exemption framework review

The UK regulator, Ofcom, has published a statement on the framework for managing spectrum used by licence-exempt devices. The Spectrum Framework Review sets out Ofcom’s overall strategy for the management of spectrum through a market-based approach. In line with their duty to maximise the value and efficiency derived from the spectrum, the SFR suggests that . . . → Read More: Licence-exemption framework review

New digital voice mode requires just 1.1kHz bandwidth

Jason Buchanan, N1SU, has announced a new digital voice mode based on WinDRM called FDMDV which claims to offer robust digital voice communication with enhanced interference rejection. The new mode requires just 1.1kHz of bandwidth and is claimed to work at signal to noise ratios as low as 3dB. It is based on 15 carriers . . . → Read More: New digital voice mode requires just 1.1kHz bandwidth

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