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New Tech Tuesdays: The Internet: A Retrospective Journey of Innovation and Connectivity Rudy Ramos
The internet is widely regarded as one of humanity's most significant inventions. From a visionary concept in the early 1960s, it has evolved into the de-facto means of global communications and entertainment and is a vital part of today's global economy.

How Ethernet Technology is Shifting Modern Markets 40 years After its Inception Garrett Yamasaki
In today’s markets, Ethernet technology is drastically changing the dynamics of how we efficiently transfer data. Ethernet PHYs are integrated into everything from automotive diagnostics to robotic assembly lines to set-top boxes. Ethernet PHYs are evolving to meet market demand due to three main factors: Real-time communication, Robustness and reliability against external factors, Economical solution.

Weird RF Part 2: Removing Obstacles to Space Travel Barry Manz
Bounce radio signals off the moon? Unthinkable! Well it certainly was in 1945, when scientists at the U. S. Army Signal Corps at Fort Monmouth (Wall Twp., NJ) resuming trying (after World War II ended) to pierce the Earth's ionosphere with electromagnetic energy. Hardly anyone knew much about this program called “Project Diana” (named for the Greek goddess of the moon), and many still don’t today. This is a shame, as the project and its key participant removed one of the greatest obstacles to space travel.

Challenges of the Final Frontier Grant Imahara
Like many kids in my generation, I grew up with Star Trek. I’d watch the Original Series in re-runs and later followed the Next Generation in college. I found their take on space exploration fascinating and wondered if we would ever be able to explore the galaxy like Captain Kirk. In reality, space is one of the harshest environments that we as humans can face. Since we’re used to our oxygen-rich, solar-powered, radiation-shielded, one-g Earth, in order to explore the cold vacuum of outer space, we need a tremendous amount of ingenuity and determination.

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