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Rack Panel can be defined as a standardized frame for enclosing telecommunication, computing, audio and entertainment equipments in an organized structure to protect the equipments and its wires. Rack panels helps in the installation and access of the systems. Read to find the facts to be considered before making a decision to purchase a rack panel.
Published by ZAINUL ABIDEEN T.H 75 months ago in Hardware Engineering & Design | +9 votes | 5 comments
USB stands for Universal Serial Bus and was first rolled out on new PC\\\'s back in November 1995. It wasn\\\'t until 1998 and the release of the USB 1.1 standard that USB really started to take off. Since this time USB has grown to be one of the most popular ways of connecting devices to your computer.
Published by Bhart Verma 83 months ago in Hardware Engineering & Design | +8 votes | 2 comments
Camcorders are extremely handy for people who like taking videos and photos of some important events in the life, as well as everyday happenings. These days, hard drive camcorders are becoming more and more popular because of their memory capacity.
Published by Rosita Barbo 74 months ago in Hardware Engineering & Design | +7 votes | 0 comments
There are thousands of PC games available for download and it is quite hard to distinguish what games deserve your time and what games are pure crap. Read on to find out about the most addicting PC games available today and avoid crappy games out in the market. This is part 2 of a series of articles about addicting PC games.
Published by Lindbergh Lendl Soriano 70 months ago in Hardware Engineering & Design | +6 votes | 2 comments
Transport planes in particular the larger ones fascinate people of all ages. Seeing the ‘big birds’ flying in the sky or at an airport where a large transport plane will dwarf over other planes is a rousing sight. Not many know that the largest transport plane built during the Second World War was the Messerschmitt 325. Another plane which also fascinates is the Russian An 225
Published by Madan G Singh 62 months ago in Hardware Engineering & Design | +5 votes | 0 comments
No aircraft can be complete without a landing gear system. Thus studying a landing gear gear of an aircraft is of great importance
Published by Madan G Singh 80 months ago in Hardware Engineering & Design | +4 votes | 0 comments
As the saying goes ‘A picture is worth a thousand words’, cryptic commands gave way to graphical representation. Such an interface is called a graphical user interface (GUI)
Published by Ankit Bansal 85 months ago in Hardware Engineering & Design | +4 votes | 0 comments
The study by the Russian defence ministry concluded that the American Space Shuttle program had military capabilities. This terrified the Soviet military which had no similar vehicle with them. A decision was taken to manufacture a Soviet counterpart of the shuttle and it was named Buran. The Soviet Defence minister was enthusiastic about this program and the project was cleared in record time and work commenced on the Buran at the Soviet cosmodrome in Central Russia. The Buran was to be a re-us...
Published by Madan G Singh 62 months ago in Hardware Engineering & Design | +3 votes | 0 comments
What is RAM (Random Access Memory)? What are the different types of RAM? How can I spot RAM slots in the motherboard? What do I need to look for before I buy my RAM? What is the capacity of a RAM module and what is the RAM capacity of a computer? Differences between SRAM and DRAM.
Published by Bill Savidis 69 months ago in Hardware Engineering & Design | +3 votes | 1 comments
The Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) standards are a set of vendor-independent specifications for fault-tolerant configurations on multiple-disk systems. If one or more of the disks fails, data can be recovered from the remaining disks. RAID can be implemented through operating system software, but hardware-based RAID implementations are more efficient and are more widely deployed. There are several RAID levels, each of which provides a different combination of features and efficienci...
Published by Ankit Bansal 83 months ago in Hardware Engineering & Design | +3 votes | 0 comments
The drone is being extensively used by the United States for a variety of tasks. It is used to hit targets in the restive North West Frontier of Pakistan and Afghanistan. It is also in use in Yemen. The US security apparatus is also using the drone to spy on US citizens to detect potential terrorists and groups
Published by Madan G Singh 51 months ago in Hardware Engineering & Design | +2 votes | 0 comments
Enjoy quick and simple access to complex data with SAP and SAP extraction solutions. The unique idea behind SAP was to offer clients the capability to work together with a general commercial database for wide ranging applications. Organizations are taking assistance from SAP products as well as SAP extraction to enhance business competency.
Published by SHRUTI KUMAR 62 months ago in Hardware Engineering & Design | +2 votes | 0 comments
Different manufacturers have different prices for solar panels, but comparing the value of solar cell is quite simple.
Published by Shujauddin Razmi 77 months ago in Hardware Engineering & Design | +2 votes | 0 comments
ARINC is a data bus for transfer of information to the pilot in real time.
Published by Madan G Singh 79 months ago in Hardware Engineering & Design | +2 votes | 0 comments
Maybe you don't know what is Mumble or don't know if you should get it, well your mind shall be alright after reading this article.
Published by Maxime Pruvot 81 months ago in Hardware Engineering & Design | +2 votes | 0 comments
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