What advice can you give on communication technology? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)
Communication technology has become at once vastly more convenient and complex over the past couple of decades. What important things have you learned about the evolution of this technology, or about cell phones, broadband, communication protocols, wifi, and the like? Share your know-how as part of this week’s Weekly Topic Inspiration challenge.
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What is Morse Code? Is it still used today? Find out who is credited for inventing morse code and the importance of it. read more
Answered as a Hub: http://kathleenkat.hubpages.com/hub/Death-by-Technology
(My apologies; I keep getting super-excited about these, and forget to click "answer as a Hub" before I jump into writing!)
Ever wonder if you could live without your ever-present smart phone? The history of the telephone takes us from the telegraph through today's technology of the cell phone. read more
The early history of the telephone from tin can and string until the 20th Century. Along with the technical and legal matters that entered into where we have come, a few personal observations. read more
This is my hub about the history and development of the telephone. I felt in this day and age of cell phones and other technology, there may be little appreciation of what it took to get where we are.
http://dahoglund.hubpages.com/hub/Telep … ory-facts?
The history of instant communication is young and has few milestones. But instant communication is a fact that most of us take for granted. How did we get from sending letters to calling a friend on the other side of the planet? This article will show you the links between telegraph, telephone and Internet, in a short travel in time. read more
Cell phones are used by all. But, little do we know about its history. This hub takes us on a journey of when it was invented and how have we progressed so far.. read more
By installing a router to your Internet connection with wireless capabilities in home you can easily connect any electronic that runs off of a WiFi service. If you have a desktop computer you can easily install a router by following the set-up guide instructions. read more
Answered as a hub: http://peoplepower73.hubpages.com/hub/M … evelopment
I wrote a hub about broadband internet because of the advantages of being able to communicate with higher speed over the internet. I explain the benefits of having broadband connection and the various ways in which it can benefit people.
http://unvrso.hubpages.com/hub/The-Bene … net-Access
Friends, These are my old hubs in this category,I don't know ,Is it relevant in present scenario or not?
Analysis and Comparison of 1G , 2G , 3G ,4G and 5G Telecom Services
http://kevin-peter.hubpages.com/hub/3G- … e-Services
Second One -Cell Phone-A Boon Or Bane
http://kevin-peter.hubpages.com/hub/Mob … n--Or-Bane
How broadband internet changed the history of communication. A timeline for the history of communication starts at the hearth and broadband internet is our present point on the communication timeline read more
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