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    Maharaja Ranjit Singh: The Greatest Leader In The World

    18 hours ago

    Known as the Lion of Punjab, or Sher-e-Punjab, Maharaja Ranjit Singh was named the Greatest World Leader by the BBC. He was more than an emperor, he was a force for stability, prosperity and tolerance. He unified Punjab while the rest of India was at war, divided, unstable and turbulent.

  • Sophia Duleep Singh: The Indian Sikh Who Fought For British Women
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    Sophia Duleep Singh: The Indian Sikh Who Fought For British Women

    38 hours ago

    Sophia Duleep Singh was a prominent Indian princess and suffragette during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. She is remembered as a pioneering feminist and political activist who used her privilege and platform to advocate for the rights of women and Indians.

  • Learn Electronics 2: Analysis of Simple Circuits
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    Learn Electronics 2: Analysis of Simple Circuits

    39 hours ago

    A lot of people find electronics difficult. I believe that it is poorly taught because of insufficient emphasis on the basics. This article is an attempt to provide clarity on the basics, which should help improve the understanding later on in the subject.

  • Learn Electronics 1: Current, EMF and Resistance
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    Learn Electronics 1: Current, EMF and Resistance

    42 hours ago

    A lot of people find electronics difficult. I believe that it is poorly taught because of insufficient emphasis on the basics. This article is an attempt to provide clarity on the basics, which should help improve the understanding later on in the subject.

  • Mai Bhag Kaur: Female Sikh Warrior
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    Mai Bhag Kaur: Female Sikh Warrior

    45 hours ago

    Mai Bhago was a warrior and leader who fought against the Mughal Empire in the 17th century. Her story is an important part of the Sikh tradition and is celebrated as an example of courage, bravery and devotion to her faith. She is an inspiration for women, demonstrating strength and courage.

  • Sikh Warriors: The Martial Race
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    Sikh Warriors: The Martial Race

    2 days ago

    Sikhs have a long history of military service, and their reputation as skilled warriors can be attributed to a number of factors. Sikhism, as a religion, places a strong emphasis on self-defence, and the protection of the weak and oppressed.

  • Bhai Mardana: The First Sikh
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    Bhai Mardana: The First Sikh

    2 days ago

    Bhai Mardana was a faithful companion and musician of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak. He was a devout and faithful Sikh, who played an important role in spreading the teachings of Sikhism. He was a simple, humble, and down-to-earth person, who was deeply devoted to Guru Nanak and his teachings.

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    Baba Deep Singh: A Great Sikh Warrior

    19 hours ago

    Baba Deep Singh was a 18th century Sikh warrior and martyr, who is known for his bravery, devotion and leadership to the Sikh community. He was initiated as a Khalsa by the 10th Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh and fought in several battles against the Mughal Empire including saving women from slavery.

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    Baba Buddha: The First Sikh Granthi

    4 days ago

    Baba Buddha was a prominent figure in Sikhism and one of the most respected and revered Sikh Gurus. His contributions to the Sikh faith and the construction of the Harimandir Sahib are still remembered and honoured by Sikhs around the world.

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    Kirtan: Sikh Hymns and Shabads

    5 days ago

    The founders of Sikhism, Guru Nanak and the subsequent nine Sikh gurus, contributed to the development of Kirtan as a central practice of the Sikh faith. Guru Nanak, the first Sikh guru, started the tradition of singing hymns, which is the basis of Kirtan, to express devotion to God.

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    Guru Har Krishan Ji: The Eighth Guru of the Sikhs

    6 days ago

    Guru Har Krishan was the eighth Guru of the Sikh religion. He was born on July 7, 1656 in Kiratpur, India, and became the Guru at the age of five, succeeding his father, Guru Har Rai. He was known for his wisdom and spiritual teachings, and was considered to be very spiritual and enlightened.

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    Guru Har Rai Ji: The Seventh Guru of the Sikhs

    6 days ago

    Guru Har Rai Ji became the leader of the Sikhs at the age of 14, and he immediately set about strengthening the military capabilities of the Sikhs, and continued building a powerful army. He also continued to propagate the teachings of the Sikh faith and emphasized the importance of selfless service

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    Guru Hargobind Ji: The Sixth Guru of the Sikhs

    6 days ago

    Guru Hargobind Ji was the sixth Sikh Guru and the first military guru of the Sikh faith. He was born in 1595 in the city of Wadali, in what is now the state of Punjab, India. His father was Guru Arjan Dev Ji, the fifth Sikh Guru, and his mother was Ganga Ji. He was the youngest of five sons.

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    Guru Ram Das Ji: The Fourth Guru of the Sikhs

    4 days ago

    Guru Ram Das Ji was the fourth Guru of Sikhs and one of the most important figures in Sikh history. He was known for his deep devotion to God and his service to others. He founded the city of Amritsar, which is now considered one of the holiest places in Sikhism.

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    Visiting a Sikh Temple: Guidance for Gurdwara Visitors

    33 hours ago

    A Sikh Gurdwara is open to every one regardless of age, sex, caste, or creed and is the centre for congregational worship of Sikhism. Every Gurdwara has a free kitchen where Langar is prepared and served. If you are visiting a Gurdwara for the first time, then you might find this guide useful.

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    Guru Gobind Singh Ji: The Tenth Guru of the Sikhs

    4 days ago

    Guru Gobind Singh played a significant role in shaping the Sikh religion and community. His contributions including creating the Khalsa, his warrior spirit, writings and the establishment of the Guru Granth Sahib as the eternal Guru, continue to inspire Sikhs and others around the world.

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    The Turban

    6 days ago

    This article explains what a turban is, why it is worn, who wears one and the different styles that exist. Sikhs wear turbans, but are often confused for other religions that wear turbans. This article should help you be able to distinguish the main types.

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    Guru Amar Das Ji: The Third Guru of the Sikhs

    4 days ago

    Guru Amar Das was a spiritual leader and a social reformer who played a vital role in the development of the Sikh faith. He emphasized the importance of equality, education, devotion, and service to God, and his teachings continue to be an important part of the Sikh faith today.

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    Guru Angad Dev Ji: The Second Guru of the Sikhs

    4 days ago

    Guru Angad Dev Ji is known for his contributions to the development of the Gurmukhi script, which is used to write Punjabi. He is credited with standardizing the script and promoting its use among the Sikhs as a means of preserving their religious texts and teachings.

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    Guru Nanak Dev Ji: The First Guru of the Sikhs

    4 days ago

    Guru Nanak was a visionary spiritual leader and social reformer who founded Sikhism and left a lasting impact on the world through his teachings of love, unity, and devotion to God. His message continues to inspire millions of people around the world and his legacy lives on today.

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    Guru Tegh Bahadur: The Ninth Guru of the Sikhs

    40 hours ago

    Guru Tegh Bahadur was the ninth Sikh Guru who succeeded his grandfather, Guru Har Krishan, as the leader of the Sikh community. He was known for his spiritual wisdom, his ability to compose hymns in praise of God, and his role as a protector of religious freedom.

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    Guru Arjan Dev Ji: The Fifth Guru of the Sikhs

    40 hours ago

    Guru Arjan Dev Ji was the fifth Sikh Guru and a central figure in the development of Sikhism. He was an important figure in the development of Sikhism and played a significant role in shaping the religion and its practices.

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    Love Poems: For Valentines and Forever

    21 hours ago

    A set of poems for you to send to your love, use in your letters, cards or messages. Send them to your partner, your friend, your lover, or whoever you wish. If you do not wish to send these, then feel free to adapt them or use them to just simply feel the love.

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    John Bardeen: Transistor Inventor

    2 days ago

    John Bardeen was an American physicist and electrical engineer who is best known for his work on semiconductors and superconductivity, for which he was awarded two Nobel Prizes in Physics. He worked with William Shockley and Walter Brattain at the Bell Labs.

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    Karl Landsteiner: Blood Transfusion Pioneer

    2 days ago

    Karl Landsteiner has been instrumental in advancing the field of blood transfusion, and many of the practices and technologies currently used in blood banking are based on his work. The discoveries made by Landsteiner have saved countless lives and continue to do so today.

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    James Clerk Maxwell: Greatest Scientist of All Time

    3 days ago

    Maxwell is widely considered to be one of the greatest scientists of all time, and his contributions to the field of physics are still widely recognized and celebrated. Many institutions, including Cambridge University and the Royal Society

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    Joseph Lister: The Science of Cleanliness

    2 days ago

    Joseph Lister was a pioneering surgeon and a key figure in the history of medicine. His introduction of antiseptic techniques greatly improved the safety and success of surgical procedures, and his work helped establish the importance of cleanliness and sterilization in medicine.

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    Banda Singh Bahadur: A Great Sikh Warrior

    2 days ago

    Banda Singh Bahadur was a significant figure in Sikh history. He was a warrior, leader and reformer who fought against the oppressive Mughal Empire and established a Sikh state in Punjab. He is remembered as a brave and charismatic leader who fought for the rights of the Sikhs and others.

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    The Battle of Chamkaur Sahib

    19 hours ago

    The Second Battle of Chamkaur started on December 22 in 1704. It was one of the most significant battles fought by the Sikhs during the 18th century. The battle took place near the town of Chamkaur Sahib, in present-day Punjab, India, and was fought between the Sikhs and the Mughal Empire.

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    The Zafarnama: The Victory Letter Sent to Aurangzeb by Guru Gobind Singh

    5 days ago

    The Zafarnama was written in 1705 by Guru Gobind Singh in response to Aurangzeb's persecution. In it, Guru Gobind Singh accuses Aurangzeb of breaking his promises and of being responsible for the deaths of innocent Sikhs and criticises him for his tyrannical rule and for forced conversions.

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    The Battle of Saragarhi: The Greatest Last Stand in History

    22 hours ago

    The Battle of Saragarhi was fought on September 12, 1897, between 21 soldiers of the 36th Sikhs (now the 4th Battalion of the Sikh Regiment) of the British Indian Army and over 10,000 Afghan Orakzai tribesmen. The battle of Saragarhi is remembered as a heroic stand and is commemorated each year.

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    Max Arthur Macauliffe: The Irishman Turned Sikh

    2 days ago

    Max Arthur Macauliffe is barely known in the UK but he is respected by many for his major contribution to the study and understanding of Sikhism. He played a key role in introducing the religion to the Western world. His work remains an important resource for scholars and students of Sikhism today

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    How to Install Windows 11 on an Unsupported Computer

    2 weeks ago

    This is a step-by-step guide on how to install Windows 11 on an unsupported computer that does not meet the minimum requirements laid out by Microsoft. This method works for most PCs including those without TPM, a supported processor or not enough storage.

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    Vikram Sarabhai: The Father of India's Space Programme

    5 days ago

    Vikram Ambalal Sarabhai was an Indian scientist and innovator who is considered to be the father of India's space program. Sarabhai was a pioneering researcher in the field of cosmic rays, and his work laid the foundation for many of the discoveries that were made in this field in the 20th century.

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    Jagadish Chandra Bose: Indian Scientist, Inventor and Polymath

    7 days ago

    Jagadish Chandra Bose was an Indian scientist, inventor, and polymath who made significant contributions to the fields of physics, biology, and archaeology. He is best known for his pioneering work on radio waves and the development of the crescograph.

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    Satyendra Nath Bose: The Forgotten Indian Quantum Scientist

    7 days ago

    Satyendra Nath Bose was a brilliant scientist and mathematician whose work had a profound impact on the field of physics. He is remembered today as one of the pioneers of quantum mechanics and statistical mechanics, and his contributions continue to be recognized and celebrated around the world.

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    Meghnad Saha: Indian Astrophysicist

    2 days ago

    Meghnad Saha was an Indian astrophysicist who is known for his contributions to the field of astrophysics. He is best known for developing the Saha equation, which is used to determine the physical conditions in stars.

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    Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar: Indian Nobel Winning Astrophyisist

    7 days ago

    Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar was an Indian astrophysicist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1983 for his theoretical studies of the physical processes of importance to the structure and evolution of the stars. He is best known for his work on the structure and evolution of stars.

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    Chandrasekhara V Raman: The First Indian Nobel Prize Winning Physicist

    2 days ago

    Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman was a Indian physicist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1930 for his work on the scattering of light. He is best known for the discovery of the Raman effect, which is the inelastic scattering of a photon.

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    Richard Feynman: Quantum Scientist

    2 days ago

    eynman is best known for his work on quantum mechanics and quantum electrodynamics, for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1965. He is also known for his contributions to the field of nanotechnology and for his work on the space shuttle Challenger disaster.

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    Working Safely When Using or Maintaining Lasers

    2 weeks ago

    An introduction to lasers, including the types of laser devices, how they are used in different industries, and safety guidelines for the use of lasers.

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    Computer Networks: Data Communication Standards and Models

    5 days ago

    There are many standards bodies active in the area of voice and data communications and there are many different standards to choose from when specifying LAN and WAN solutions. This article looks more deeply into this area to identify major bodies and the standards that they have produced.

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    Electrical Basics: Ohms Law and Voltage Drops

    2 days ago

    This article provides the reader with an understanding of Ohm's Law and how to use it. It also explains why voltage drops arise and how to calculate them.

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    Basics of Electricity: What Is Current, Voltage and Resistance?

    2 weeks ago

    This article explains the nature of electricity, the basic parameters of electric current, voltage and resistance, and how resistance of a conductor is proportional to its length and inversely proportional to its cross sectional area.

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    Ardas: Understanding The Sikh Prayer

    2 days ago

    Ardas is a prayer in the Sikh religion, traditionally performed standing up with folded hands. It is a common practice for Sikhs to begin and end events, including religious ceremonies, with the recitation of Ardas.

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    Sikh Weddings: A Guide to Understand the Stages

    38 hours ago

    Sikh weddings are a sacred and important rite of passage for Sikh individuals. The ceremonies and rituals are a joyful celebration of the union of two souls and the beginning of their journey together as husband and wife. This article outlines the main features of a Sikh wedding.

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    Sikh Philanthropy and Generosity: A Core Value of the Sikh Faith

    2 weeks ago

    Generosity is a core value in the Sikh faith. Sikhs believe that all people are equal and should be treated with respect and compassion, regardless of their religion, ethnicity, or social status. Sikhs place a strong emphasis on social justice and helping those in need.

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    Narinder Singh Kapany: Father of Fibre Optics

    2 days ago

    Narinder Singh Kapany was an Indian-American scientist and entrepreneur and is often referred to as the "Father of Fibre Optics" for his pioneering contributions to the development of fibre optic communication systems. He died in 2018.

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    George W Carver: Slave Turned Scientist

    2 days ago

    Carver was a gifted scientist and inventor and his contributions to the field of agriculture have had a lasting impact on the world. Despite the challenges he faced as a black man in a segregated society, Carver's work has helped to improve the lives of farmers and communities around the world.

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    Rosalind Franklin: Revealing DNA’s Structure

    7 hours ago

    Rosalind Franklin was a British scientist who made significant contributions to the understanding of the structure of DNA. Her work has had a lasting impact on our understanding of genetics and how living organisms inherit traits.

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    Nikola Tesla: A Conflicted Genius

    2 days ago

    Tesla was a prodigiously talented and innovative inventor who made numerous ground breaking contributions to the fields of electricity. His contributions have had a lasting impact on the world and he is considered one of the greatest inventors in history.

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    Dmitri Mendeleev: Creator of the Periodic Table of Elements

    2 weeks ago

    Dmitri Mendeleev is remembered as one of the most influential and important chemists in history. His development of the Periodic Table was a major breakthrough in the field of chemistry. It has had a lasting impact on the way that scientists understand the properties of elements.

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    Ernest Rutherford: The Proton Scientist

    2 days ago

    Rutherford's work on the structure of atoms had a major impact on the field of physics, and it helped to pave the way for the development of nuclear energy and the atomic bomb. He received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1908 for his work. Rutherford died in 1937 at the age of 66.

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    Galileo Galilei: The Father of Modern Science

    2 weeks ago

    Galileo Galilei is remembered as one of the most important scientists in history. His contributions to astronomy, physics, and mathematics had a major impact on the Scientific Revolution and helped pave the way for many of the scientific discoveries that followed.

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    Ten Sikh Gurus and Their Teachings

    33 hours ago

    This article is about the ten Sikh Gurus and their teachings.

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    Isaac Newton: Science Revolutionary

    22 hours ago

    Sir Isaac Newton was a towering figure in the history of science who made significant contributions to the fields of mathematics, physics, and astronomy. His work laid the foundation for much of the scientific knowledge that we have today and continues to be studied and admired.

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    The Sikh Contribution to the Allied War Effort, Including World Wars 1 & 2

    2 days ago

    Sikhs have made a significant contribution to the British Army over the years, and their bravery and loyalty have been recognized and celebrated by the British military. They have played a key role in a number of conflicts and have held a number of high-ranking positions within the military.

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    The Sikhs and Sikhism: The World's 5th Largest Religion

    2 days ago

    Sikhs are followers of the religion of Sikhism, which originated in the Punjab region of India in the 15th century. The term "Sikh" means "disciple" or "learner" in the Punjabi language. Sikhism is the fifth-largest religion in the world, with a global population of over 30 million followers.

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    Srinivasa Ramanujan: Indian Mathematician Who Stunned Cambridge

    2 weeks ago

    Who was Srinivasa Ramanujan? He was a pioneering Indian mathematician who made significant contributions to the fields of mathematical analysis, number theory, and continued fractions. Despite having limited access to formal education in mathematics, he possessed a natural talent for the subject.

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    Albert Einstein: A Brief History of a Genius

    2 weeks ago

    Einstein's contributions to science and his influence on popular culture have made him an enduring figure in the history of science. His theories of relativity and the equivalence of matter and energy, have had a profound impact on our understanding of the nature of the universe.

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    Schrodinger's Cat: An Explanation of this Mysterious Mythical Creature

    2 weeks ago

    chrödinger's cat is a thought experiment, proposed by the Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger in 1935, that illustrates the paradoxical nature of quantum mechanics. In the thought experiment, a cat is placed in a sealed box along with a radioactive sample, a Geiger counter, and a vial of poison.

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    Japanese Spitz Dog: Beauty and Brains

    2 days ago

    The Japanese Spitz is a small to medium-sized breed of dog that is known for its fluffy white coat and friendly personality. It is a popular companion animal in Japan and other parts of Asia, and is recognized by various kennel clubs around the world.

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    Death and Grief: How to Cope?

    5 days ago

    Everyone responds to grief differently, and there is no right or wrong way to cope with the loss of a loved one. However, there are some things that can help you cope with your grief and begin to heal.

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    A Guide to Managing Difficult Interactions at Work

    2 weeks ago

    Difficult interactions are work behaviours or interactions that you feel have the potential to lead to undesired outcomes. Examples include a colleague refusing to support you at the last minute, or a direct report who misses deadlines to look over a document "one last time." Read on to learn more!

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    Improve Your Relationships With Active Listening

    2 weeks ago

    Listening is often done in a half-committed fashion, with the listener paying as much attention to thinking about or rehearsing a response as they are to the listener. One person can only influence another in an atmosphere of trust: active listening is the key element in developing this environment.

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    Advanced Assertiveness and Career Success

    22 hours ago

    Assertiveness is clearly stating what you want, need, think and feel whilst listening to and respecting the wants, needs, thoughts and feelings of others. Just a little time and effort to make the change can have profound positive effects on your personal life as well as your career success.

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    Assertiveness and Life Success

    22 hours ago

    Assertiveness is clearly stating what you want, need, think and feel whilst listening to and respecting the wants, needs, thoughts and feelings of others. Just a little time and effort to make the change can have profound positive effects on your personal life as well as your career success.

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    Television Engineering 4: TV Waveform Processing

    33 hours ago

    This article on How Television Works, takes you through the basics principles of analogue television by building step-by-step how the British analogue 625 line system works.

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    Television Engineering 5: DC Component Explained

    33 hours ago

    This article on How Television Works, takes you through the basics principles of analogue television by building step-by-step how the British analogue 625 line system works.

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    Television Engineering 6: Transmitting TV Signals

    33 hours ago

    This article on How Television Works, takes you through the basics principles of analogue television by building step-by-step how the British analogue 625 line system works.

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    Television Engineering 7: Monochrome TV Principles

    33 hours ago

    This article on How Television Works, takes you through the basics principles of analogue television by building step-by-step how the British analogue 625 line system works.

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    Television Engineering 3: The 625-Line TV Standard

    33 hours ago

    This article on How Television Works, takes you through the basics principles of analogue television by building step-by-step how the British analogue 625 line system works.

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    Television Engineering 2: The Analogue TV Signal

    33 hours ago

    This article on How Television Works, takes you through the basics principles of analogue television by building step-by-step how the British analogue 625 line system works.

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    Television Engineering 1: Fundamentals of Analogue TV

    33 hours ago

    This article on How Television Works, takes you through the basics principles of analogue television by building step-by-step how the British analogue 625 line system works.

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    Altering Digital Audio Sample Rates

    45 hours ago

    Digital audio systems make use of a number of different sample rates, such as 48kHz, 96kHz or 44.1kHz. Have you ever wonder how this is done? This article looks at the basic principle using as simple conversion from 32kHz to 48kHz that can be used for other more difficult cases.

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    Compressing Digital Audio

    2 days ago

    This article has been written for sound engineers and audio enthusiasts wishing to understand how digital audio data rates can be reduced to meet the available bandwidth of a medium, the storage capacity or a limited data transfer rate.

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    Guru Nanak Punjabi Sabha: A Sikh Charity Based in Mumbai

    2 weeks ago

    The Guru Nanak Punjabi Sabha is a charitable organisation that was founded by Dr Shamsher Singh Jolly. Dr Jolly raised funding to buy land to set up a free medical treatment and dispensary, a school and a Sikh temple in Mumbai. This charity is still in operation and helping people to this day.

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    Professional Audio and Video Connectors

    22 hours ago

    This article provides some details of the connectors that currently are, or previously were, widely used in the broadcast industry. Some of these connectors were widely used by the industry, and some now have ceased to be used.

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    BBC World Service: Broadcasting Studios and Continuity Suites

    33 hours ago

    This is a short overview of the radio studios in use at the BBC World Service at its previous home in the iconic Bush House building at the Aldwych in London.

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    BBC Studio Loudspeaker Designs

    33 hours ago

    This article outlines the BBC designed Monitoring Loudspeakers that it has used over the period of its history when it designed its own speakers.

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    Loudspeaker Construction: Enclosures, Crossovers And Transducers

    33 hours ago

    This article looks at three aspects of loudspeakers: the transducer, crossover network and the enclosure.

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    Audio Systems Interconnection And Wiring

    33 hours ago

    This article is a brief overview of the interconnections of analogue audio signals. It discusses cables, balanced pairs, rep coils, inputs/outputs, phase and earthing.

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    Audio Metering: PPM And VU Meters

    33 hours ago

    This article is a brief introduction to the metering systems available to measure analogue audio signal levels.

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    Audio Engineering for Beginners

    39 hours ago

    This article is a basic introduction to audio engineering, taking the reader from sound waves to stereo sound.

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    Decibels (dB) in Audio: A Reference Guide

    2 weeks ago

    In the audio industry, the decibel is used to express a relative change or an absolute value. This article is an introduction to the unit and how it is calculated.

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    Digital Audio Standards: SPDIF

    21 hours ago

    This article takes you through the SPDIF Digital Audio format. It is intended to be a technical article for those with a background in audio and digital systems.

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    Digital Audio Standards: AES-EBU

    21 hours ago

    This article takes you through the AES-EBU Digital Audio format. It is intended to be a technical article for those with a background in audio and digital systems.

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    Dr Shamsher Singh Jolly: Sikh Philanthropist and Visionary

    18 hours ago

    Dr Shamsher Singh Jolly studied Medicine in Lahore, British India. A huge upheaval due to Partition at the end of the British Raj, changed the course of his life. He met his future wife and devoted his life to serving others. Dr Jolly's legacy of selfless service still lives on in Mumbai today

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Author Google AnalyticsThis is used to provide traffic data and reports to the authors of articles on the HubPages Service. (Privacy Policy)
ComscoreComScore is a media measurement and analytics company providing marketing data and analytics to enterprises, media and advertising agencies, and publishers. Non-consent will result in ComScore only processing obfuscated personal data. (Privacy Policy)
Amazon Tracking PixelSome articles display amazon products as part of the Amazon Affiliate program, this pixel provides traffic statistics for those products (Privacy Policy)
ClickscoThis is a data management platform studying reader behavior (Privacy Policy)