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Home Run Pro.com

  THE MISSION Home Run Pro.com is your online, open source resource and marketplace geared to; Self-employed, IT Professionals and the customers that need their services such as; Layer #1 (Inside Wiring/Cable Installations) Layer #2 (Hardware Installations i.e. Modems, Switches, Routers, Cameras, Audio/Video...etc. ) Services Installation (Internet access & POT lines) ...
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Kodi : Open Source Home Theater Software.

Kodi® Kodi® (formerly known as XBMC™) is an award-winning free and open source (GPL) software media center for playing videos, music, pictures, games, and more. Kodi runs on Linux, OS X, Windows, iOS, and Android, featuring a 10-foot user interface for use with televisions and remote controls. It allows users to play and view most videos, music, podcasts, and other digital media files f...
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Bluetooth® – IoT network protocol

​ A2DP, GATT, HID and BIP are all important Bluetooth profiles. Fact! A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) makes streaming stereo music possible. GATT (Generic Attribute Profile) allows developers to build unique profiles specific for their applications. HID (Human Interface Device Profile) makes your Bluetooth enabled mice and keyboards work effortlessly. BIP (Basic Imaging Profile) allo...
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IoT and The Future of Living

For quite some time now, it’s largely been accepted as fact that innovation in the HDTV space had hit an insurmountable ceiling. With ultra-thin 4K displays delivering incredible picture quality at remarkably low prices, it was hard to fathom what the future of TV watching would entail, or if it would even be markedly different from what it is today. But as the famous Steve Jobs quote g...
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Quantum Computing – OpenMind

Quantum computing is the area of study focused on developing computer technology based on the principles of quantum theory. The quantum computer, following the laws of quantum physics, would gain enormous processing power through the ability to be in multiple states, and to perform tasks using all possible permutations simultaneously.A Comparison of Classical and Quantum ComputingClassical computi...
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The FOA Reference For Fiber Optics – OLANs- Fiber Optic LANs

Optical LANs have been around since the mid-1980s but in the last few years they have benefited from the worldwide move to install fiber to the home. With over 100 million FTTH subscribers, FTTH has become a market driven by the economies of scale and costs have plummeted. It did not take long for designers to understand that FTTH, especially as used in multi-dwelling units, was similar to typical...
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Health Risk: 5G Ultra-High Frequency Radiation Is Coming

The 5G revolution is rushing toward us and it will bring a whole new era of harm from ultra-high microwave frequency radiation. And those who raise their voices against the danger to our health and our human rights to safety have been the subject of harassment, intimidation and attempts to silence them. 'Stay out of the way of technological development.' Source: Health Risk: 5G Ultra-High Frequen...
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Internet of Things (IoT) protocols:

Wi-Fi HaLow – The Wi-Fi Alliance has come out with HaLow, the indoor Wi-Fi format for IoT which uses 900MHz to improve indoor coverage. It will also have better battery life. 900MHz has less spectrum, but remember that most devices send very short message with data and control information. This is why video is not considered part of IoT but it will be expected to run on normal Wi-Fi. The pro...
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What will the IOT Wireless Protocols look like? | Wade4Wireless

The Internet of Things, IoT, is more than a buzz word, it is the way things are moving. When you hear of 5G they often talk of IoT and how everything will be connected. This is very exciting but the technology is already here. It is being tested and proven as we speak. So what should deployment teams be doing now? They should prepare to deploy!...  Source: What will the IOT Wireless Protocols l...
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