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Tiniest Radio Technology invented at Harvards (science projects). Bringing you the latest technology video of 2016. Watch Fast N Facts @ FNF News for Latest Tech News. christmas songs played at Harvard University on the tiniest radio. the voice from beyond - future technology for the space and humans. Listen your favourite Christmas songs on Diamond Radio. Diamond Radio is the smallest in the world and is invented by Harvard University team. Physicists at Harvard University have built a radio receiver out of building blocks the size of two atoms. It is, almost certainly, the tiniest radio receiver in the world (smallest in the world). A tiny radio receiver built from components the size of two atoms. It emits a signal as red light, which is then converted into an electrical current a...
On this weekend's Business Talk w/Jim Campbell : The Golden Passport: Harvard Business School, the Limits of Capitalism, and the Moral Failure of the MBA Elite. Our guest is Author Duff McDonald. McDonald and Jim Campbell discuss the provocative new book on what Duff sees as the moral failure of the Harvard Business School. Business Talk with Jim Campbell is broadcast on Sundays from 10AM-11AM and re-broadcast on Thursday evenings from 7PM-8PM on the BizTalk Radio Network. To find your local station please go to www.BizTalkRadio.com In addition, archived podcasts of our past shows are available at Yale Radio: https://wybc.com/listen/ Learn more at: http://campbellbiztalk.com/Listen.htm or at https://www.facebook.com/parkcityproductions06604
Richard Shireby demonstrates the Harvard H402MPA UK FM CB radio from 1981. "Mr Chippie" drives away from base as usual in these demo videos & goes the wrong side of a hill in poor terrain for radio; same route every test. Will the radio work for the full 6 miles? No, it drops out after about 3 1/2 miles, then picks back up again at the 6 & 6.5 mile points. However, after extensive receiver repairs, I will just check rx alignment once again & see if I can improve on the 0.7uV attained in the 'normal' alignment this radio received following repair.
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Mysterious flashes could be alien spacecraft at work, Harvard scientists say. A newly published research suggests that mysterious phenomena called fast radio . Scientists might have found proof of alien life but misunderstood it, according to a professor at Harvard University. Strange . The Event Is Coming Soon -“Fast Radio Bursts Could Be Powering Alien Probes” — Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics by EDITOR Fast radio bursts . New research out of Harvard is speculating that a “mysterious phenomena called fast radio bursts could be evidence of advanced alien technology.”
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http://undergroundworldnews.com Scientists might have found proof of alien life but misunderstood it, according to a professor at Harvard University. Strange radio waves that have been reaching Earth might actually be leakage from a huge, light-powered ship deep in space. Fast radio bursts (FRB), which have perplexed scientists since they were discovered in 2007, could be evidence of advanced alien technology, according to Avi Loeb of the Harvard-Smithsonian Centre for Astrophysics. Researchers, however, remain far from establishing whether the source of these “messages” is what Loeb speculates it is – leakage from planet-sized transmitters that are powering interstellar probes in distant galaxies. “Fast radio bursts are exceedingly bright given their short duration and origin at great ...
The Generations team enter the contest for Harvard University’s theme song, as Harvard’s administration has announced it will abandon all references to the puritans in the old song. How did America turn away from the solid roots of the Christian Puritans? How does Harvard University turn from its Seal signifying Truth for Christ and Church to it Sex Week Celebration? The answer should be obvious. . . Nathaniel Hawthorne. Generations Radio, http://generations.org/ Heard on http://FirstAmendmentRadio.net http://support.firstamendmentradio.net/ Hosts Include: Greg Anthony, http://ArcticBeacon.com, email@example.com Nicklas Arthur, http://CrossTheBorder.org, firstname.lastname@example.org Financial Survival, 1-800-375-4188, http://dgscoins.com/ Tom Friess, http://InquisitionUpdate.org, tom@se...
Triggered by a request from my friend Mr Charles in Swansea, three Harvard 420M 1981 UK CB radios are on the shelf awaiting servicing. Selecting the earliest...and most rusty, I go through the repair & alignment of yet another guise of the popular (at the time) & good performing Cybernet PTBM134AOX chassis from Japan. I soon discover the radio is only transmitting at 1.7W & repair & realignment swiftly bring this back to the correct 4 watts. I discover the transmitted deviation is slightly low, the RF meter reads well over the top, the low power switch is inoperative & the meter bulb burnt out. Moving over to the receiver, the basic alignment is OK, but the FM detector is quite a way out which would cause receive distortion & the S meter is "Lazy". Then it's time to pop it back onto frequ...
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