Quick Glance: Why Not All Spectrum Frequencies Are Equal

Higher frequencies can carry more data, but are “line of sight.” Many cannot penetrate walls, foliage and other solid obstacles well (and in come cases, not at all). For these reasons, they Lower frequencies carry less data, but can penetrate walls and other objects. Some frequencies can follow the curvature ...

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What are Bandwidth and Spectrum? Deficit and Crunch?

Bandwidth is a measurement of how much information (voice,data, etc) can be sent via given frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum. Visible light is a familiar spectrum, ranging in frequencies from red to violet with each color being a unique frequency. Frequencies are measured in Hertz (Hz), although the older method ...

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What is Transpositional Modulation? How does it work?

Transpositional Modulation (TM) is a patented radio frequency waveform technology invented by Richard Gerdes for TM Technologies, Inc. (TMT). TM offers dramatic bandwidth increases for existing wireless and wired networks. TM accomplishes this by enabling the simultaneous transmission of two or more distinct data paths on a single carrier signal. ...

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TM TACT Core & The Principles of FPGAs

Field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are one vital implementation device for TM Technologies’ Core Series products. For that reason we believe the following article from Electronic Design offers a valuable overview of the technology for those who may be unfamiliar with this particular type of semiconductor. “Field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) were introduced more ...

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