Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter By Jan Rabaey, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley and first published on theconversation.com.Every decade or so, the wireless industry rolls out a new cellular communications standard that can transmit more data more quickly. Already under development is the next round, called “5G” because it’s the fifth major generation of these standards for encoding and transmitting data over radio waves.The first generation, retroactively called 1G, was a fully analog system for transmitting voice. In contrast, 2G phones transmitted voice and data digitally. Subsequent generations, 3G in 2000 and 4G in 2010, made technical improvements that brought data rates up from 200 kilobits per second to hundreds of megabits per second. With 2020 approaching, 5G is expected to transmit 1 gigabit per second – and perhaps as many as 10.Being able to send and receive that much data so quickly open new opportunities for augmented and virtual reality systems, as well as automation.For instance, self-driving cars could communicate with each other, road signs, traffic signals, guard rails and other elements human drivers simply see. That would require an additional technical leap – reducing what is called “latency,” or the delay between when a signal is sent and when it’s received, to 1 millisecond. (If a network’s data rate is how wide a garden hose is, latency is how long it takes from the moment the spigot is turned on until water comes out the end.)Achieving high data rates with low latency requires a number of technical changes, including sending data using higher radio frequencies and designing arrays of antennas to reduce interference between many devices all communicating at the same time. Together these add up to a 5G network with many more base stations – each of which is physically smaller than a current cellular tower and placed much more closely together. 5G base stations could be placed every 250 meters, rather than the every 1 to 5 km needed for 4G.In addition, 5G systems offer the possibility of providing reliable connections to massive numbers of wireless devices simultaneously. This could enable a huge expansion of the number of “internet of things” devices in use, monitoring nutrients in the soil for farmers, package locations for shipping companies and vital signs for hospital patients, for instance.Early 5G networks are being rolled out now in some U.S. cities. The Tokyo Olympics in 2020 are supposed to present the very first showcase of the full range of what 5G technology can offer. Between now and then – and even beyond – companies rolling out 5G networks will deploy a new technology while it’s still evolving, as they did with earlier generations. TAGS5Gthe conversation.com Previous articleCookies and Milk with a Cop coming this weekendNext articleBill Arrowsmith Boulevard? Billie Dean Avenue? The wheels are in motion… Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Please enter your name here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Please enter your comment! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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Facebook Twitter By Andy Eubank – Aug 23, 2016 Crop Tour Finds Over 173 Bushel Indiana Corn Facebook Twitter SHARE Crop tour 2nd day updateThe further west the better the corn yields will likely be. That’s the summation from the eastern leg of the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour after two days were completed, including a trip all the way through Indiana. The Hoosier yields bettered Monday’s findings in Ohio, and as Ty Higgins reports from the tour for HAT, western Indiana and eastern Illinois yields have been the best.“We saw some really good corn throughout Indiana, talking about Tipton, Clinton, Tippecanoe, Warren and Benton Counties, and we had an average in those counties of 182.4 bushels per acre. The highest was in Warren County at 228 and the low end yield at 129 in Clinton County. As we crossed over into Illinois corn yields did get a little bit better, ranging from a 151 to a 235 right across the border in Vermillion County, Illinois.”As day two closed the final number for all of Indiana was announced at 173.42 bushels to the acre for corn. Kellie Bassett, a DuPont Pioneer Field Agronomist for the central part of Illinois, said there are very few things to get in the way of those big yields between now and harvest time.Soybeans are measured by the number of pods in a 3 foot by 3 foot square. The 2nd day Indiana average was 1,166 pods.“We crossed into Illinois and had some good pod counts, some great pod counts, and one not so good. The range was from 630 pods in a 3×3 foot square to 2,142. Variation definitely there in the soybeans as we got into Illinois.”The final soybean number for Indiana was 1178.41 pods of soybeans in a 3 foot by 3 foot square.Pro Farmer Crop Tour scouts have found corn fields with ears that had poor pollination and ears that pollinated but are now beginning to “tip-back.” Soybeans may be the saving grace for some farmers in the eastern Corn Belt.Day 3 of the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour goes from Bloomington, Illinois to Iowa City, Iowa on Wednesday.You can ride right along with the scouts all this week by following the tour online at www.ProFarmer.com. You can also keep track of the progress on twitter with #pftour16. SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Crop Tour Finds Over 173 Bushel Indiana Corn Previous articleNew Poll Shows Support for TPPNext articleAugust Rain Too Late for NE Indiana Corn Andy Eubank
Linkedin Twitter Will you be my quarantine? TCU employee dies of complications related to COVID-19 Frog Camp provides familiar experience for first-year students TCU faculty talk about managing a hybrid classroom Shannon Murphyhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/shannon-murphy/ Shannon Murphy is a journalism and political science double major from San Jose, California. Outside the classroom she enjoys traveling, drinking coffee, and reading about politics or history. Paddle-out in Maui honors Floyd, other black lives Family works to stay positive at home Shannon Murphy Facebook Shannon Murphyhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/shannon-murphy/ ReddIt Shannon Murphyhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/shannon-murphy/ Students concerned about mask compliance inside TCU’s library Twitter Facebook + posts Previous articleTCU extends pass/no credit deadline to May 15Next articleBlanket Coverage Podcast – 2019/20 NFL Exit Interviews Episode 110 – Rams, Eagles, Bills Shannon Murphy RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Shannon Murphyhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/shannon-murphy/ Linkedin ReddIt printThe TCU community is finding ways to stay positive during a global pandemic in a variety of ways. Fine Arts Professor Lily Sloan has discovered a new interest in online fitness videos that help her work from home. “I really need challenging physical exercise in the morning in order to function my best throughout the day,” she said.Sloan said that she hopes more people will come out of the pandemic focusing more on well-being and not consumption. TCU Chancellor Victor Boschini is finding his silver lining through family. “I think one of the great things about this is that it is having us appreciate family more now than we ever did,” Boschini said. “I think it is making us more mindful of our brother and sister.”Boschini hopes that during this pandemic people can be thankful for family and friends and more aware of the world around them.Christine Bowman, the mother of a TCU student and dean of admission at Southwestern University, echoed Boschini. “As a society, I feel like we have been operating on an exhausting schedule for a while,” she said. “I hope this teaches us to value what is important.” Christine Bowman, on the right, is enjoying some food with her daughter, Savannah Bowman. Photo by Savannah BowmanBowman said that she has reset her sleep patterns and has enjoyed working outside on the nice days. “I’ve finished a book and am excited to start another,” she said. “I have ten on my nightstand, and I’ve also binge-watched a few shows.” A mother of two college students, Bowman is trying to make the most of the opportunity to spend time with them. She and her daughter said that they have enjoyed cooking and baking together. “We have done lots of cooking together, and we have finally learned how to bake our own bread, something I have wanted to do for years,” Bowman said.As some families learn new recipes and fitness exercises, others are reflecting on how they have taken up other hobbies. “I used to go out to eat or go to the mall all the time to do something fun, but being stuck inside has forced me to find other hobbies,” junior criminal justice and psychology double major Ashley Travis said. “I have learned that I took a lot of things for granted before this lockdown happened.” Travis said she will now focus more on the good things in her life and be thankful for the time with her friends and family. When this pandemic is over, she hopes to look at things with more positivity. Trent Hudson, a marketing major from Carmel, California, believes this pandemic has allowed him to focus more on himself. “This pandemic has allowed me to ensure that I continue to better myself in every aspect of my life,” Hudson said. “I have been reading more, finding creative ways to workout, reconnecting with old and new friends and have taken time for myself, which is hard to do during a busy semester.”As many are looking at the silver linings, Boschini still can’t wait for the students to return to campus. “I miss the students on campus; the campus is lonely without them,” he said.
Reports 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies Facebook’s Oversight Board is just a stopgap, regulation urgently needed, RSF says Organisation June 3, 2021 Find out more News to go further News Help by sharing this information Follow the news on Americas Reporters Without Borders (RSF), the National Press Club, and the Newseum Institute condemn United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP)’s decision to deny Mexican journalist Martin Mendez entry into the US for several high-level meetings in Washington, DC this week. The undersigned view this decision as an attempt to silence Mendez and prevent him from telling his story to the American people. RSF_en Receive email alerts United StatesMexicoAmericas Condemning abusesProtecting journalists Organized crimeCorruptionViolence United StatesMexicoAmericas Condemning abusesProtecting journalists Organized crimeCorruptionViolence Despite presenting a detailed list of high-level meetings and events that Mexican journalist Martin Mendez Pineda was scheduled to attend this week in Washington, DC, United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) denied Mendez’ request to enter the country on Sunday, September 10.“I am angry and disappointed that I was not able to attend the events with everyone in Washington D.C. this week,” Mendez told RSF. “I was very much looking forward to sharing my experiences as a journalist in Mexico and as someone whose threat to safety has been ignored by the United States Immigration officials. I lost the only job I was able to find in Mexico, while remaining in hiding, in order to have the opportunity to attend these events, which would’ve allowed me to discuss the dangers journalists face throughout the world and which I currently face in Mexico right now.”Mendez, a former reporter for Novedades Acapulco in Guerrero, Mexico, where he received threats after writing a story about local police violence, had attempted to seek asylum in the US in the spring of 2017 without success. He filed a legal application at the US border on February 5, but was immediately taken into detention by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Despite passing his credible fear interview on March 1, he was twice denied a request for parole pending his asylum determination and remained in detention at various ICE facilities for more than three months. Due to the deplorable conditions of his detention and concerns for his health, Mendez ultimately decided to withdraw his asylum request and return to Mexico, though he remains in hiding to this day.RSF had been working with the Newseum Institute and Digital Content Next to include Mendez in a Wednesday panel discussion covering what it’s like for reporters to do their job in an increasingly threatening environment. RSF had also worked with Carlos Spector, an immigration attorney in El Paso, on requesting entry for Mendez into the country for the Newseum event, several other high profile meetings with the US Congress, the US Department of State, as well as a panel discussion on Mexico’s dangers for journalists at the National Press Club Monday night.“We are saddened and quite frankly upset that Martin was not able to be with us in person for the meetings and events we had arranged for him this week,” said Margaux Ewen, Advocacy and Communications Director for RSF’s North America bureau. “Martin’s story is a harrowing one, and he most certainly deserved to tell it in person to those who could potentially offer a solution. The American people also deserve to know what has happened to him for shedding light on police violence and corruption in Mexico. Just across the US’ southern border lies one of the deadliest countries for journalists in the world, and what happens there should interest America as much as anything that’s happening at home.” “The case of Martin Mendez illustrates how far the United States has fallen from its once-high post as a beacon of press freedom,” said Jeffrey Ballou, President of the National Press Club. This reporter did everything by the book — obtaining a US attorney, entering the country legally and applying for asylum as he did so. Despite that, and despite the fact that US immigration authorities found he had a “credible fear” of returning to Mexico, he has been treated as a criminal by the country that should have sheltered him. Refusing to allow him to speak about his case at the National Press Club is the latest insult — not only to Martin, but to all working journalists. It also suggests immigration authorities are embarrassed to have this discussed. They should be.”“Threats to journalists worldwide, and particularly today in Mexico, need to be disclosed, documented and discussed in democratic societies,” said Gene Policinski, chief operating officer of the Newseum Institute. “Refusing entry to the U.S. for a limited number of days to reporter Martin Mendez – who faces death threats in Mexico – to participate in a program at the Newseum on the dangers to journalists worldwide is counter-productive to alerting the public to those dangers, and sends the wrong message to those repressive and criminal forces who would harass, threaten, injure or kill those journalists who bravely speak truth to power.” Mexico is the western hemisphere’s most dangerous country for journalists. More than 100 journalists have been killed in Mexico since 2000, and 20 have disappeared. So far in 2017, at least 8 journalists have been murdered in connection with their work. Due to a climate of impunity in the country, RSF has only been able to confirm 4 of those killed were in direct relation to their work as journalists. Mexico is ranked 147th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2017 World Press Freedom Index. The United States is ranked 43rd. WhatsApp blocks accounts of at least seven Gaza Strip journalists September 13, 2017 – Updated on September 14, 2017 Threatened Mexican journalist not allowed to enter United States June 7, 2021 Find out more News May 13, 2021 Find out more
News UpdatesCalcutta HC Upholds State Ban On Chinese ‘Manjha’, Mandating Same To Be Strictly Adhered To [Read Order] Mehal Jain1 July 2020 1:43 AMShare This – xAfter the Central government blocking 59 Chinese mobile applications, the Calcutta High Court on Tuesday upheld the state’s ban on the use of Chinese ‘manjha’ (a type of nylon thread coated with powdered glass used for flying kites), directing that the same be strictly adhered to by the administration and given full effect. The Division Bench headed by Chief Justice Thottathil B….Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginAfter the Central government blocking 59 Chinese mobile applications, the Calcutta High Court on Tuesday upheld the state’s ban on the use of Chinese ‘manjha’ (a type of nylon thread coated with powdered glass used for flying kites), directing that the same be strictly adhered to by the administration and given full effect. The Division Bench headed by Chief Justice Thottathil B. Radhakrishnan was hearing a PIL with the grievance that kites are being flown with Chinese manjha/Nylon manjha etc. which pose threat to the pedestrians and motorcyclists particularly who use flyovers for commuting. The bench, also comprising Justice Arijit Bannerjee, had called for reports from the Commissioner of Police, Kolkata and also from the Commissioner, Department of Environment, Government of West Bengal, on perusal of which the Court noted that pursuant to an order passed by the National Green Tribunal, a complete ban has been imposed on the use of Chinese/Nylon/Plastic manjha or thread for kite flying. “To this end, a notification dated 20th March, 2020 bearing No. EN/659/3C-05/2020 has been issued by the Department of Environment, Government of West Bengal invoking Section 5 of the Environment Protection Act, 1986 and in compliance with the directions of the National Green Tribunal”, observed the bench, adding that accordingly, the grievance/apprehension of the writ petitioner stands redressed. Disposing off the plea, the Court directed that the notification issued by the State Government shall be strictly adhered to by the administration and will be given full effect. WP 18926 (W) of 2019 With CAN 3226 of 2020 Karunamoyee Samanta -Vs.-The State of West Bengal & Ors.Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
News UpdatesGold Smuggling Case: Kerala Court Directs Jail Authorities To Provide Most Effective Protection To Swapna Suresh LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK10 Dec 2020 7:15 AMShare This – xA Kerala Court has directed the jail authorities to give most effective protection to Swapna Suresh, an accused in Gold smuggling case.The Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate, Ernakulam, issued these directions in an application filed by Swapna, who claimed that during the time of judicial custody, some persons attached to Jail, claiming to be Prison and Police…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginA Kerala Court has directed the jail authorities to give most effective protection to Swapna Suresh, an accused in Gold smuggling case.The Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate, Ernakulam, issued these directions in an application filed by Swapna, who claimed that during the time of judicial custody, some persons attached to Jail, claiming to be Prison and Police Officials visited and threatened her with dire consequences in the event of disclosing the name of high-profile persons involved in the smuggling activities. She submitted that she was threatened to the extent that they are capable to do away her even inside the prison.ACJM Deepu C observed that there are ‘absolutely no grounds to disbelieve her version’ and that the allegation raised by her ‘appears to be serious in nature that attract penal consequences apart from contempt of Court’.”Needless to remind the Jail authorities that judicial custody means ‘the accused is in the custody of magistrate or court concerned’. It is the upto the court that directed to keep accused in judicial custody, to ensure protection and safety of the accused. Jail authority should certainly act as per the specific provisions of Kerala Prisons Rules relating to undertrial prisoners and female prisoners.”, the Court said.Observing thus, the court issued the following directives:1. Director General of Prisons & Correctional Services and Superintendent of Women’s Prison and Correctional Home, Thiruvananthapuram, are directed to provide most effective protection to the petitioner/accused 2. They shall ensure that, petitioner/accused shall not be threatened or tortured in any manner either from internal or external sources directly or by electronic means.The petitioner was represented by Adv. Sooraj T Elenjickal Click here to Read/Download OrderRead OrderNext Story
Pinterest Facebook Previous articleDerry lose to Monaghan in Dr. McKenna Cup – Rory Gallagher gives his reactionNext articleFF in good place ahead of General Election – Martin News Highland Male in custody over attempted car break-ins in Derry Twitter A male is currently in custody following a number of attempted car break-ins in Derry overnight. Shortly before 10pm last night police were made aware of a male attempting to break into several cars in the Tullyally area of the city.This male is now in Strand Road custody and police are keen to speak with anyone who may have witnessed this incident.If you did witness it or have any information regarding it, please contact 101. By News Highland – December 30, 2019 Google+ Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Pinterest Homepage BannerNews Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Twitter News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Google+ WhatsApp WhatsApp DL Debate – 24/05/21 Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows
Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further Google+ By News Highland – July 29, 2019 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest Google+ Australian police are searching for two young Irish men, believed to be originally from Donegal after a crash in which two other young men were seriously injured.The crash happened in the Sydney suburb of Chifley.Eye-witnesses said a car traveling at speed crashed into a parked Toyota Hiace van in the early hours of Saturday morning, leaving two men trapped in the car.CCTV footage showed the driver of the car jumping out of the wreckage and surveying the scene before fleeing on foot.One of his passengers also fled on foot a short time later.It took rescue services more than an hour to free the two men from the vehicle.It is understood that at least two of the men involved in the crash are originally from Co Donegal.One of the injured men, a 25-year-old, was left unconscious having suffered serious injuries.He was taken to St George’s Hospital where he is in a critical but stable condition.The other trapped passenger, a 27-year-old man, was taken to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, where he is in a serious but stable condition.New South Wales police said their investigations are continuing as they attempt to identify and locate the driver and the passenger. Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Previous article“There can be no flinching on the backstop” – BCABNext articleWinning Super Cup start for Harps U13s News Highland Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Police in Australia search for two Donegal men following crash Homepage BannerNews Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Renewed calls for full-time Garda in Kilmacrennan