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Thursday, November 20, 2008

MOBILE INTERFACES DATA CABLES

World exclusive knowledge about data cables Data Cable for Magellan eXplorist 100/200/300 - GS1DC Magellan eXplorist 100/200/300 are compact/good performance/low cost GPS favoured mostly by Geocachers. However, they are lack of a computer interface thus it is not possible to transfer data with a PC or PDA as it is. We have decided to support this small community who may require such and have developed such external interface port for eXplorist 100/200/300. Such interface will allow users to: 1. Upgrade firmware 2. Change basemap (good news for European users) 3. Transfer data to/from PC and PDA 4. Use navigation software on PC and PDA. All above require additional software/data and are available for free or for a fee from many places on the internet. The data cable - GS1DC - actually consists of 3 parts: 1. data connector with data/power jacks 2. connecting cable specially made 2.5>2.5mm plug 3. locking screw/plate for securing data connector protective cover for the pins included when cable is not in used. Because the data connector occupies the original battery compartment, you need to power it externally through the universal 4.0/1.7 DC connector in the data connector. You can use either: 1. Any 5v AC adapter (or car adapter) with universal 4.0/1.7 DC plug, which is used by many electronic devices and PDA such as Ipaq, Toshiba, Fujitsu Asus, Acer, Axim etc. 2. Through PC USB port by connecting PUC2. 3. Car USB adapter with PUC2 (CKUC) 4. Battery Extender PB4A, if you are using it outdoors. The data cable - GS1DC - actually consists of 3 parts: To connect data connector: 1 remove the rubber cover of the data port 2. "drop in" the data connector which should sit in place 3. screw in the locking plate (push the connector right down) 4. now you can connect cable and power For other end (PC or PDA) you need appropriate interface and we support large range. This is what you need in different situations: (for PDA - Acer n30 is given as example) , AC means 5V AC adapter with 4.0/1.7 plug. Connecting to - situation you need power for GPS (suggestion) - also needed PC - indoor GS9SF (GS1DC+G9SF) PB4A, or PUC2 - through PC USB port, or AC PDA - indoor (power for PDA NOT needed) GSAC3 (GS1DC+GAC3) PB4A, or PUC2 - through PC USB port, or AC PDA - indoor (power for PDA needed) GSAC3P PPY2 + (PB4A, or PUC2 - through PC USB port) PDA - outdoor (power for PDA not needed) GSAC3 (GS1DC+GAC3) PB4A PDA - outdoor (power for PDA needed) GSAC3P PB4A + PPY2 PDA - in car (power for PDA not needed) GSAC3 CKUC PDA - in car (power for PDA needed) GPSAC3 included in the package (GS1DC+GAC3P+CK203+PUC2+PPY2) Power GPS in car - no connection GS1D CKUC Important: Every time you have finished using the data cable, switch off the GPS first via its power button BEFORE disconnecting the power cable. Otherwise data you have worked on may be lost before saving it to the GPS. By switching off the GPS, it will save necessary data before exit. so be careful while operating.

Monday, November 17, 2008

Information about Software Piracy Protection & Security Software is highly valuable, it must be protected from unauthorized use in order to ensure new and existing revenue streams. software piracy continues to increase globally. The effects of this increase are devastating: not only does software piracy reduce revenues, it also results in less R&D, and in less investment in marketing and channel development. The only way to stop software piracy before it happens is to implement a strong software DRM solution to protect your software from unauthorized use. Piracy rating %age given below* India Piracy Rate: 71% Losses:** ($M) $1275 Select from list Albania Algeria Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahrain Belgium Bolivia Bosnia-Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Bulgaria Cameroon Canada Chile China Colombia Costa Rica Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Guatemala Honduras Hong Kong Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Ireland Israel Italy Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Korea, Republic of Kuwait Latvia Lebanon Lithuania Malaysia Malta Mauritius Mexico Moldova, Republic of Morocco Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Nigeria Norway Oman Pakistan Panama Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Puerto Rico (US) Qatar Republic of Macedonia Romania Russian Federation Saudi Arabia Senegal Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Thailand Tunisia Turkey Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uruguay Venezuela Viet Nam Zambia Zimbabwe **IDC used the following basic research architecture to measure piracy rates: Determined how much packaged software was put into use in 2007. Determined how much packaged software was paid for/legally acquired in 2007. Subtracted one from the other to get the amount of pirated software. More about piracy The BSA and IDC Global Software Piracy Study covers piracy of all packaged software that runs on personalcomputers (PC), including desktops, laptops, and ultra-portables. This includes operating systems, systemssoftware such as databases and security packages, business applications, and consumer applications such asgames, personal finance, and reference software. The study does not include other types of software such as thatwhich runs on servers or mainframes or software sold as a service.China’s piracy rate stayed at 82% for a secondconsecutive year after dropping by ten points over theprevious three years. Despite appearances, this doesnot signify that the declining trend has halted. In late2007, IDC found that PCs sold by local assemblers(also known as "white box" vendors) were higher thanpreviously counted, which raised the overall estimateof the PC market by more than 25% and, hence, the2007 piracy rate. Without this new information, IDCbelieves the 2007 rate would have been closer to80%. Thus, China is demonstrating progress infighting PC software piracy. Indeed, PC software piracyin the government and large enterprises in China isdecreasing and piracy in the consumer and smallbusinessmarkets, which accounted for two-thirds ofthe country’s PC market last year, is also beginning todrop. The results have been aided by a legalrequirement for PC manufacturers to ship legaloperating systems with new PCs. Nonetheless, it isimportant to keep in mind that there is still much morework to do in addressing the use of pirated andunlicensed PC software applications by state-ownedand other enterprises in China. It is also important forthe government to ensure that it remains incompliance going forward with its own legalizationand legally licensed operating system pre-installdirectives.India’s piracy rate dropped two percentage points to69% as a result of government and industry educationand enforcement efforts, software vendor activationcontrols, and an increase in PC market share bymultinational vendors.Dealing with software piracy in emerging markets isstill a challenge. Rapid growth in first-time users fromthe high piracy consumer and small-business sectorsaffects country averages even when piracy drops inother areas. The increase in Internet access, especiallybroadband access, increases the supply of piratedsoftware. Sprawling geographies and weakinstitutional infrastructure make education andenforcement all the more difficult. In some cases, evenculture is involved, where societies see intellectualcreation as a common good and not the propertyof its creator.T here was notable progress in the battle against PCsoftware piracy in 2007. Of the 108 individualcountries studied in this report, the piracy rate droppedin sixty-seven countries from 2006 to 2007 andincreased in only eight countries.However, the weighted impact of high market growthin emerging markets was again felt worldwide.Because the worldwide PC market grew much faster inhigher-piracy countries and regions, the worldwide PCsoftware piracy rate increased three percentage pointsto 38% from 2006 to 2007. PC shipments in Brazil,Russia, India, and China–commonly referred to asthe BRIC countries–grew 26% last year, compared to13% in North America, Western Europe, and Japan.The combined BRIC countries are now as large a PCmarket as the United States.At the same time, because the size of the market grewsignificantly in 2007 and the value of the US dollardropped nearly 7% against other currencies, lossesfrom piracy rose by $8 billion to nearly $48 billionworldwide. In fact, real losses did not grow as fast asthe overall PC software market, which grew faster than15% last year.While the worldwide weighted average piracy rate is38%, the median piracy rate in 2007 is 61%, downone percentage point from last year despite theaddition of six new countries to this report. This meansthat half of the countries studied have a piracy rate of61% or higher. In more than one-quarter of thecountries studied, the piracy rate is 80% or higher.Among the larger emerging economies, Russia’s piracyrate dropped a remarkable seven percentage points to73% from 2006 to 2007. The reduction in the piracyrate is the result of legalization programs by vendors,enforcement and education by the government andanti-piracy groups, agreements between vendors andlocal distributors to bundle legal software withhardware, and, of course, an oil economy that helpeddrive a 22% increase in personal disposable income in2007 and lower consumers' propensity to use well discussed rest of later.

Friday, November 14, 2008

MORE MIX CODES

MORE CHINESE MODELS SECRETES CODES default user code: 1122, 3344, 1234, 5678Engineer mode: *#110*01#Factory mode: *#987#Enable COM port: *#110*01# -> Device -> Set UART -> PS Config -> UART1/115200Restore factory settings: *#987*99#LCD contrast: *#369#software version: *#800#software version: *#900#set default language: *#0000# Sendset English language: *#0044# Sendset English language (new firmware): *#001# Send E900 software version: *#5002*8376263#E900 full reset: *2767*3855# Service codes Spice: S404 enable COM port: *#42253646633# -> Device -> Set UART -> PS -> UART1/115200S410 engineer mode: *#3646633#S900 software version: *#8375#S900 serial no: *#33778# Service codes Philips: S200 enable COM port: *#3338913# -> Device -> Set UART -> PS -> UART1/115200 Service codes "Chinese" models: default user code: 1122, 3344, 1234, 5678Engineer mode: *#110*01#Factory mode: *#987#Enable COM port: *#110*01# -> Device -> Set UART -> PS Config -> UART1/115200Restore factory settings: *#987*99#LCD contrast: *#369#software version: *#800#software version: *#900# Service codes BenQ: software version: *#300#test mode: *#302*20040615# Service codes Pantech: software version: *01763*79837#service menu: *01763*476#reset defaults (phone/user code reset to default): *01763*737381# Service codes VK-Mobile 3xx, 5xx: software version: *#79#software version: *#837#service menu: *#85*364# (hold #) Service codes VK200, VK2000, VK2010, VK2020, VK4000: software version: *#79#service menu: *#9998*8336# (hold #)reset defaults (phone/user code reset to default): *#9998*7328# (hold #) Service codes LG: software version: 2945#*#KG300 NVRAM format: 2945#*# -> menu 15 Service codes Sony-Ericsson:J100 software version: #82# Service codes Fly: M100 software version: ####0000#2040(i) reset defaults: *#987*99# SendMX200 reset defaults: *#987*99# SendMX200 software version: *#900# SendSL300m reset defaults: *#987*99# SendSL300m software version: *#900# SendSL500m reset defaults: *#987*99# SendSL500m software version: *#900# SendMP500 reset defaults: *#987*99# SendMP500 software version: *#900# SendSet language to English: *#0044#Set language to Russian: *#0007# Service codes Konka: C926 software version: *320# SendC926 set default language: *#0000# SendC926 set English language: *#0044# Send Service codes GStar: GM208 (Chinese Nokea 6230+) engineering menu: *#66*#Set language to English: *#0044#Set language to Russian: *#0007# Service codes Motorola: Motofone F3 software version: **9999* SendC113, C114, C115, C115i, C116, C117, C118 software version: #02#*C138, C139, C140 software version: #02#*C155, C156, C157 software version: #02#*C257, C261 software version: #02#*V171, V172, V173 software version: #02#*V175, V176, V176 software version: #02#*C168, W220 software version: *#**837#W208, W375 software version: #02#* E900 software version: *#5002*8376263#E900 full reset: *2767*3855#Service codes Spice:S404 enable COM port: *#42253646633# -> Device -> Set UART -> PS -> UART1/115200S410 engineer mode: *#3646633#S900 software version: *#8375#S900 serial no: *#33778#Service codes Philips:S200 enable COM port: *#3338913# -> Device -> Set UART -> PS -> UART1/115200Service codes "Chinese" models:default user code: 1122, 3344, 1234, 5678Engineer mode: *#110*01#Factory mode: *#987#Enable COM port: *#110*01# -> Device -> Set UART -> PS Config -> UART1/115200Restore factory settings: *#987*99#LCD contrast: *#369#software version: *#800#software version: *#900#Service codes BenQ:software version: *#300#test mode: *#302*20040615#Service codes Pantech:software version: *01763*79837#service menu: *01763*476#reset defaults (phone/user code reset to default): *01763*737381#Service codes VK-Mobile 3xx, 5xx:software version: *#79#software version: *#837#service menu: *#85*364# (hold #)Service codes VK200, VK2000, VK2010, VK2020, VK4000:software version: *#79#service menu: *#9998*8336# (hold #)reset defaults (phone/user code reset to default): *#9998*7328# (hold #)Service codes LG:software version: 2945#*#KG300 NVRAM format: 2945#*# -> menu 15Service codes Sony-Ericsson:J100 software version: #82#Service codes Fly:M100 software version: ####0000#2040(i) reset defaults: *#987*99# SendMX200 reset defaults: *#987*99# SendMX200 software version: *#900# SendSL300m reset defaults: *#987*99# SendSL300m software version: *#900# SendSL500m reset defaults: *#987*99# SendSL500m software version: *#900# SendMP500 reset defaults: *#987*99# SendMP500 software version: *#900# SendSet language to English: *#0044#Set language to Russian: *#0007#Service codes Konka:C926 software version: *320# SendC926 set default language: *#0000# SendC926 set English language: *#0044# SendService codes GStar:GM208 (Chinese Nokea 6230+) engineering menu: *#66*#Set language to English: *#0044#Set language to Russian: *#0007#Service codes Motofone-F3:Motofone F3 software version: **9999* Send***300* Set SIM Pin***310* / ***311* SIM Pin ON OFF***000* Reset Factory settings***644* Set Voicemail number***260* / ***261* Auto keypad lock ON OFF***510* / ***511* Voice Prompts ON OFF***160* / ***161* Restricted Calling (Phonebook only) ON OFF***200608* Send: software version***200606* Send: software version***200806* Send: flex version***250* / ***251* Keypad tones ON OFF***470* Select time format***500* /***501* Prepaid Balance Display ON OFF***520* Change languageService codes Motorola:C113, C114, C115, C115i, C116, C117, C118 software version: #02#*C138, C139, C140 software version: #02#*C155, C156, C157 software version: #02#*C257, C261 software version: #02#*V171, V172, V173 software version: #02#*V175, V176, V176 software version: #02#*C168, W220 software version: *#**837#W208, W375 software version: #02#* MORE AS I GET WILL SEND U TAKE CARE TILL THEN

Thursday, November 13, 2008

NOKIA CDMA MOBILES

Nokia launches new CDMA mobile wanna know u: E-Mail Print Keeping in track with the popularity of the CDMA mobile users, Nokia launched two CDMA mobiles globally and three in Asia-Pacific region in "CDMA: Partnership For Growth" summit at Mumbai. However it is uncertain, when the models will come into the hands of users because it finally depends upon the service providers. The models launched globally are Nokia 2112 and 3125. Nokia 2112 is an entry-level black and white phone with features of an integrated hands-free speaker and flashlight, polyphonic ringtones and picture messaging. Nokia 3125 is a colour handset mainly designed for the professionals with MMS service, video messaging, video download and playback, animated screensavers, digital VGA camera, FM radio headset and car installation kit. Both of these handsets are expected in the Indian markets in the third quarter of 2004. Nokia 3205, 6015 and 6225 launched in the Asia-Pacific region are all colour mobile phones. Nokia 3205 is a dual-band, tri-mode mobile phone with caller photo id facility, integrated VGA camera and FM radio, built-in flashlight, over-the-air Java download facilities and WAP 2.0 browser. Other than the features of 3205 except camera, Nokia 6015 has additional features of integrated hands-free speaker and can store up to 250 telephone contacts. Targeted for the business executives, Nokia 6225 has some special features like built in VGA camera, MP3/AAC player, flash and digital zoom, live audio and video streaming capability, dual colour screens and expandable memory. Other than these phones, some existing Nokia CDMA mobile phones like Nokia 2280, 3586 and 3585 were also showcased. In spite of the launch of these phones by Nokia officially, it is ultimately the service providers who will gift the phones into the hands of the users. However Sanjay Sharma, Managing Director, Nokia Customer and Marketing Operations, India, appears quite positive about their current business expansion. He says, "We are quite confident that these new products will attract the different CDMA service providers." Speaking to Techtree about the price strategy, he adds, "Finally it is the service providers who will decide about the price." Hence it is quite clear that it is the service providers who will actually decide the real dates to launch these phones. When questioned whether Nokia would tie up with the service providers based on their popularity, Mr. Sharma safely comments that Nokia would like to tie up with all the service providers. However, the truth of this statement would only be judged through the future tie-ups, which is expected to happen soon. keep in touch always

Saturday, November 8, 2008

CDMA TECHNOLOGY

HERE DISCUSSING ABOUT CDMA TECHNOLOGY GOING AHEAD CDMA is characterized by high capacity and small cell radius, employing spread-spectrum technology and a special coding scheme. Capabilities of cdmaOne evolution have already been defined in standards. IS-95B provides ISDN rates up to 64 kbps. The next phase of cdmaOne is a standard knows as 1XRTT and enables 144 kbps packet data in a mobile environment. Other features available are a two-fold increase in both standby time and voice capacity. All of these capabilities will be available in an existing cdmaOne 1.25 MHz channel. The next phase of cdmaOne evolution will incorporate the capabilities of 1XRTT, support all channel sizes (5 MHz, 10 MHz, etc.), provide circuit and packet data rates up to 2 Mbps, incorporate advanced multimedia capabilities, and include a framework for advanced 3G voice services and vocoders, including voice over packet and circuit data. NOW there are numbers of CDMA brands: Composite CDMA/TDMA Wireless technology that uses both CDMA and TDMA. For large-cell licensed band and small-cell unlicensed band applications. Uses CDMA between cells and TDMA within cells. Based on Omnipoint technology. CDMA In addition to the original Qualcomm-invented N-CDMA (originally just 'CDMA', also known in the US as IS-95. See N-CDMA below). Latest variations are B-CDMA, W-CDMA and composite CDMA/TDMA. Developed originally by Qualcomm, CDMA is characterized by high capacity and small cell radius, employing spread-spectrum technology and a special coding scheme. It was adopted by the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) in 1993. The first CDMA-based networks are now operational. B-CDMA is the basis for 3G UMTS (see below) cdmaOne First Generation Narrowband CDMA (IS-95). cdma2000 and now virgin is coming to revolute the cdma services

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

NOKIA 6600 INTERNET WORKING Nokia 6600 Internet over bluetooth - How toMarch 30th, 2005 at 04:36pm Finally after lot of R&D, yesterday i could finally browse the net over my 6600 using my PC’s internet connection over bluetooth ! Two things are possible.1. You use the GPRS of your Mobile phone and browse on your PC.2. You use the DSL (or other high speed connection) of your PC to browse on your Mobile phone. 1 is pretty simple, and is very easy to setup on Nokia 6600. But #2 is not that simple. After reading lot of forums, i found that Nokia has on purpose blocked this feature in 6600. If you have already done a search on this topic, you would have definitely come across this page. But the instructions there are quite cryptic, and not very clear. So, i did lot of search on various forums, and finally got it right. What i have done is, i have basically documented the steps that i followed to make it work. Do give it a try!. It might work for you as well. If it works (or doesn’t) do comment here! Steps…First lets set up the PC. Things to do on PC : Deactivate all the Checkboxes in mRouter (at least the ones of the Bluetooth COM ports) Goto Bluetooth settings and Deactivate everything else in Local services than Bluetooth serial port, note the com port you set as bluetooth serial port Goto Phone and Modem options, go to “Modems” add a new one, activate “I will select it from a list” Choose “Communications cable between 2 Computers” from the list (in Standard Modem Types) Select the COM port from step3 In the modem settings set maximum port speed to 115200 Goto Network Connections and create a new connection (wizard) Select Set up an advanced connection -> Next Accept incoming connections -> Next Check the Communications cable between two computers -> Next Do not allow VPN connections -> select a username you want to give access to your pc over Bluetooth (that’s the username you will set on the phone later) -> Next Select Internet Protocol -> Properties, select “TCI/IP address assignment” and set the IP range to something like 10.0.2.2-10.0.2.254 Remove Internet Connection Sharing from all interfaces run cmd.exe and enter the following commands: netsh routing ip nat installnetsh routing ip nat add interface "YOUR LAN INTERFACE NAME" fullnetsh routing ip nat add interface Internal private YOUR LAN INTERFACE NAME has to be replaced with the name of the interface connected to the internet if there is a “Bluetooth Network” connection in Network Connections delete it In network connections choose the incoming connection just created, and open its properties. Click on the users tab, check the last checkbox which says “Always allow directly connected devices to such as palmtop computers to connect without using a password” (this step helped me!) So, that’s the setup on the PC. Next we need to configure the 6600 Download gnubox6600.SIS and install it on your phone. Search Google for GnuBox Create a new Access Point on the phone (SettingConnectionAccess pointsNew access pointUse default settings). Use the following settings for it: Name: Bt (This name is important, the gnubox software will look for it, since its hard-coded in the code) Data Bearer: High speed (GSM) Dial-up number: e.g. 2222. It doesn’t matter what you have here as long as it’s not empty Username: the username you gave access to the incoming connection earlier Prompt password: No Password: Password for the user on Windows Authentication: Normal Advanced Settings: Use Login Script Yes Advanced Settings: Login Script CHARMAP [windows-1252]LOOP 10{SEND “CLIENT”+<0×0d>WAIT 3{“SERVER” OK}}EXIT KErrNoAnswer$OK:EXITBe careful that you get it exactly as show here, including line breaks. You could save it to a file, send to the phone and copy-paste to the settings. Advanced Settings: Use PPP Compression Yes Run the program you installed at step1 (gnubox) Inside gnubox: Options-> 2box Direct -> Bluetooth, select your computer, leave gnubox running in background Run the nokia wml browser select “Bt” as access point and connect. You can also use any other internet app like Agile messenger, real player, opera, profimail etc I was able to connect, and view my website and could read this blog too. I was also able to receive and send out mail using profimail, and the built-in mail client. for more information u can contact pawanlovesu2004@yahooo.com

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

CHINA REVOLUTION

This will also bring a great revolution in mobile industry China context A pair of Chinese mobile-TV technologies are competing for a shot to prove their worth at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing: Terrestrial-Mobile Multimedia Broadcasting (T-MMB), short for "satellite and terrestrial interaction multimedia." T-MMB was jointly developed by Beijing-based software firm Nufrontsoft, the Communication University of China and Southeast University. It is supposedly compatible with South Korea's DAB-based Terrestrial-Digital Multimedia Broadcasting. The spec supports frequencies from 30 MHz to 3 GHz, and a prototype chip is ready, with samples expected in 2007. Chinese officials said they hope to finish initial trials by the end of the year and move into commercial trials in 2007, so that the new technologies could be ready for the 2008 Olympics. The pair will compete with more-established global mobile-TV standards being tested in Chinese cities: T-DMB and Europe's DVB-Handheld. Chinese Standards Responsible entity DMB-TH Tsinghua University CMMB State Administration for Radio, Film and Television CDMB China Association for StandardizationT-MMB (Terrestrial-Mobile Multimedia Broadcasting) NuFront The goal was to deploy a domestic specification called China Mobile Multimedia Broadcasting (CMMB) on a national level by the first half of 2008. Pre-commercial mobile TV services based on CMMB should have rolled out in six Chinese cities by the end of 2007. The other standard likely to co-exist alongside CMMB is TDBB - a mobile TV standard using China's home-grown 3G mobile telecommunication standard, TD-SCDMA. TDMB was developed by Datang Telecom, a research body of China's Ministry of Information and Industry. Technical Analysis on the China National Standard for Digital Terrestrial TV Broadcasting Key Technologies for Chinese Digital Television Terrestrial Broadcasting Standard Well its a very well settled and advance company in all over the world

Monday, November 3, 2008

ABOUT SAGEM

There are some Sagem Secrets And Secret Codes : Most Sagem phones have "secrets", also called secret codes that all the users can type on keypad in order to get some phone information or, in some cases, they can also change the cell phone's behavior. New Ringtones - Sophisticated Ringtones - Spicy "Ringtones-a-gogo" - Mystery Ringtones - Polyphonic Ringtones New melodies are added regularly. Subscribe to my newsletter and don't miss any Don't expect much from these Sagem secrets, however, since most of the time, all they will display is soporific information like: purchasing date, last repair date, serial number or software version. Most of the sites listed below provide these Sagem secret codes for free but since things change quickly on Internet, let me know if they are not free anymore. TOP 5 RINGTONES ON THIS SITE Spicy Legs (From "Ringtones-a-gogo") Bang Bang Cavalcade (Polyphonic, from "Far West Melodies") The Police (From "Mystery Ringtones") Boomerang Tango (From "Sophisticated Ringtones") Along The Nile (From "Mid-East Ringtones") Get Free Sagem Secrets *** WARNING: Using secret codes may be harmful to your phone and result in disabling or worse. One of our users had that bad experience. AND MORE WILL POST SOME OTHER TIME ABOUT SAGEM MOBILE PHONES

Saturday, November 1, 2008

WIFI TECHNOLOGY

There are some great companies launching wifi technology Alcatel-Lucent’s CEO States The Company Is In Good Shape From A Cash Standpoint Paris, France,-/Wi-Fi Technology News/- Alcatel-Lucent’s Board of Directors (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU) reviewed and approved reported results for the third quarter 2008. During the quarter, revenues declined 6.6% year-over-year and decreased 0.9% sequentially to Euro 4.065 billion. At constant exchange rate, revenues declined 2.2% year-over-year and 2.9% sequentially. 4ipnet's New WHG101 Firmware Supports External RADIUS Servers And Other Devices 4ipnet's New WHG101 Firmware Supports External RADIUS Servers And Other Devices Also featuring sponsor links on login portal and more credit card online payment options. Taipei, Taiwan -/Wi-Fi Technology News/- 4ipnet, Inc., a leading provider of cost-effective complete wireless networking solutions, today announced the new firmware for its WHG101 Wireless Hotspot Gateway to support Ethernet connection to external terminal servers, traffic accounting with external RADIUS server, sponsor links on login portal, and more credit card online payment options. Royal Resorts Group Deploys New Wi-Fi Wireless Broadband From BelAir Networks Royal Resorts Group Deploys New Wi-Fi Wireless Broadband From BelAir Networks Kanata-/Wi-Fi Technology News/- With wireless internet access continuing to lead the list of must-have amenities for both business and leisure travelers, hotels and resorts are constantly looking for ways to improve their wireless services while reducing their operating costs. The Royal Resorts Group has addressed these challenges with high-performance broadband wireless from BelAir Networks, the market leader in service provider WLAN. Dubai GSM>3G Middle East Congress Attracting Interest From Telcos Dubai GSM>3G Middle East Congress Attracting Interest From Telcos London, UK-/Wi-Fi Technology News/- Informa Telecoms & Media is delighted to announce that the 13th annual GSM>3G Middle East congress and exhibition is attracting interest from telcos in a wide variety of markets across the region. Tanla Mobile To Run Mobile Phone Element Of The 2008 UK Poppy Appeal Tanla Mobile To Run Mobile Phone Element Of The 2008 UK Poppy Appeal London, UK-/Wi-Fi Technology News/- The ever-popular ‘Poppy Download’ returns for this year’s Poppy Appeal as Tanla Mobile has been chosen by The Royal British Legion to run the mobile phone element of their 2008 Poppy Appeal. Poppy Downloads allow members of the public to make a donation using their mobile phones and in exchange receive a poppy for their mobile phone wallpaper. Quantenna Launches First 1 Gbps Wi-Fi Chipsets Quantenna Launches First 1 Gbps Wi-Fi Chipsets Finally the most frustrating aspects of using a Wi-Fi network such as deadspots, limited range and unpredictable bandwidths within the home or office can be overcome. Sunnyvale, California -/Wi-Fi Technology News/- Quantenna Communications, after two years of intensive development and testing, today announced the Quantenna High Speed (QHS) family of chipsets to overcome the quality and reliability issues that traditionally beset Wi-Fi networks. The ability of Quantenna chips to guarantee wireless bandwidth means that carriers can now deliver multi-play services including HDTV over a wireless network to anywhere in the home. Vodafone 2008 Partner Award Goes To Seeker Wireless Vodafone 2008 Partner Award Goes To Seeker Wireless Sydney, Australia-/Wi-Fi Technology News/- Seeker Wireless, one of the leading location-based service technology companies announced today that it has been named Innovation Partner of the Year 2008 at a conference hosted jointly by Vodafone New Zealand and Vodafone Australia. Toumaz's Chief To Explore Wireless Body Monitoring Solution at Club Industry 2008 Toumaz's Chief To Explore Wireless Body Monitoring Solution at Club Industry 2008 Abingdon, UK,-/Wi-Fi Technology News/- Toumaz Technology Limited, the leading provider of ultra-low power wireless infrastructure for body monitoring solutions, today announces that Toumaz CEO Keith Errey will present key digital fitness applications of the Sensium™ system for intelligent wireless body monitoring at Club Industry 2008 (McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois, October 15th – 18th 2008). SecuWipe First Data Erasure Utility For PDAs And Smartphones Released SecuWipe First Data Erasure Utility For PDAs And Smartphones Released London, UK-/Wi-Fi Technology News/- Aiko Solutions, Europe’s leading Windows Mobile security software developer, today announced the public release of SecuWipe, the first data erasure utility for PDAs and Smartphones. Operating Smartphones poses a great risk since they can store a treasure-trove of corporate and personal information. Meru Wi-Fi Access Solution Will Prove Reliable at Rotherham High School Meru Wi-Fi Access Solution Will Prove Reliable at Rotherham High School London, UK -/Wi-Fi Technology News/- Pupils at St Bernard's Catholic High School in Rotherham, South Yorkshire can access Internet course materials instantly from any classroom in the building, thanks to a wireless LAN from Meru Networks. The school wanted to provide reliable access for its 670 students throughout the school, so subject teachers can use Internet resources in any lesson, without having to move the class into a dedicated IT suite. The wireless LAN had to be reliable, and able to support up to 64 laptops at once.Meru Wi-Fi Access Solution Will Prove Reliable at Rotherham High School London, UK -/Wi-Fi Technology News/- Pupils at St Bernard's Catholic High School in Rotherham, South Yorkshire can access Internet course materials instantly from any classroom in the building, thanks to a wireless LAN from Meru Networks. The school wanted to provide reliable access for its 670 students throughout the school, so subject teachers can use Internet resources in any lesson, without having to move the class into a dedicated IT suite. The wireless LAN had to be reliable, and able to support up to 64 laptops at once. "Whole classes of students can access the network at the same time without interruption," said Paul Clark, Strategy leader for ICT at St Bernard's. "This network gives more flexible access to our ICT facility, and will allow us to get laptops into all curriculum areas." UK based Networks by Wireless won a competitive tender, convincing St Bernard's School that wireless LAN equipment from Meru Networks would succeed where other equipment had failed, and provide a network the school could trust. The school has a new wired LAN, installed this year, and each classroom has a networked PC and an interactive whiteboard. Paul wanted to go further, and give each student network access, but was not convinced wireless LANs were up to the job. "We had tried a wireless LAN before, with a few access points in a small area, but we took it out a year ago, because it was unreliable," said Paul. After this experience, Paul was sceptical that any wireless LAN could meet his school's requirements: "We had decided to move away from wireless and get things cabled in." The demands of pupil access changed that. When a large number of laptops, wheeled to the classroom in a trolley, are handed to students at the beginning of a lesson, wired connections are simply impractical. So the school issued an invitation to network companies, to tender for a reliable wireless LAN that would allow instant access anywhere in the school. The winner of that tender, Meru's fourth generation single-channel wireless LAN, avoids the unreliability and interference issues common place with legacy wireless LANs. Access points are placed on a single radio channel, eliminating the need for costly channel planning. Meru’s coordinated access points ensure bandwidth is shared efficiently, everyone gets the best connection possible, and the network is managed centrally with its award-winning Air Traffic Control technology and System Director software. "Our biggest misgivings were that Meru's single channel architecture was different to every other wireless LAN vendor," said Paul. His technicians evaluated the product, before it was set up by Networks by Wireless. The network was installed quickly by Networks by Wireless during the school's summer holiday, and was running smoothly before the pupils returned in September. Most vendors' equipment requires a detailed site survey to position the radios and avoid interference, but with Meru's single-channel architecture, that wasn't necessary: "The wireless part just worked," says Paul. "The hardest part of the installation was upgrading the network with Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) injectors to drive the access points."
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