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Member Since: September 20, 2006

Country: United States

  • There appears to be little to no information on the recommended antenna for this product. There is more information on the GSM1400. What are the main differences between the GSM1400 and NB1500 (beside full versus narrow band)?

  • This is an example of where I receive inspiration from...


  • I would recommend one of the first solutions to fixing the issue would be to REDUCE costs to file for a patent and maintain it. Next, I would try to create a good solution for being able to defend it. At this point, if a company has a lot of money (and lawyers) they are at a huge advantage over small start ups.

  • Nick, any chance you might be able to do a post on GUI options for connect to Arduino, Teensy, etc. (embedded platform)?

  • We as Americans have long paper trails (birth certificates, school records, immunization recorders, etc.). It is difficult for use to understand that these records (many times) do not exist in countries like Iraq or Iran. Many of the UN validation amounts to taking names and pictures to village elders to determine if the person is who they say they are and whether they may have had any association with ISIS. This is not a great way to valid and verify for someone who may be an ISIS fighter assuming someone's identity. There is also a lot of documents (from ISIS themselves) identifying the refugee program to get their fighters into other countries to cause problems or become sleeps (or in roles to raise money for ISIS).

    Member #394180 speaks eloquently of immigration as a backbone of America. This is true, but remember... American immigration has ALWAYS been selective. At Ellis Island immigrants were tested and turned away if they had diseases like TB. We SHOULD be testing for diseases still, but also testing for sympathies with ISIS and groups that do not want to not be apart of America, but instead embed and harm the US. They should not be admitted as citizens if they believe in Sharia Law. I don't understand how anyone can believe that Sharia Law corresponds with American values. There has always been religious questions for immigrants (especially if claiming political/religious persecution). They should not just be asked if they agree with ISIS. They should be asked if they agree in a Caliphate, if they believe that Sharia Law is just and should be practiced in America.

  • Just a question to the people who have posted. Did you read the Executive Order, or are your comments purely generated from pieces from media? Have you looked into how "vetting" has been conducted up to this point on refugees?

  • A good tip for desoldering (especially QFP packages) is ChipQuik. It works great!

  • I agree with sgrace. Is there more data that you can provide? Strength is an interesting parameter, but what about how it holds up to heat, water, sun (UV)? What is the texture differences (for if you are going to hold it)? Are you able to sand all these materials to make them smoother? I know that if I were making something (say a case for something) these parameters may be more important than just strength.

  • Now you just need EagleCAD for Chrome...

  • Your point is still not valid. The virtual infrastructure is already there and will require continuous improvements and scaling. The bigger question I have for you is whether you believe (for example) that the FCC's involvement in radio stations makes for it easier or more complex for a start up to create a radio station. I believe, based on numbers, that it makes it more difficult. Like everything that government does (through regulation) it makes it more difficult to do anything (not less difficult).

    Further examples... since the department of education was created have schools gotten better? Has college tuition decreased since the government began backing grants and student loans? Has energy gotten cheaper since the department of energy was created?

    I am not totally against government or regulation, but it is important to understand that the founders of our country did not believe in the things that the present government is doing. The government was not created in a way to allow for efficient providers of services (that is why it sucks so badly at doing it).

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