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 Wireless Cabin2004-04-21 18:31
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Finally there's some serious movement towards being able to use electronic devices on planes. This story in eWeek talks about Wireless Cabin, an EU project that would allow passengers to use a range of their own normal wireless devices, such as cell phone and WiFi or BlueTooth connected computer. As opposed to other plans in progress which are more restrictive. The trick to this approach seems to be to create very small cells within the plane, which would prompt cell phones to transmit with very low power. Which would avoid the possible interference problems. Tests will happen this summer on an AirBus plane, and if successful it might be put into production later this year. Expected prices: $10-30 for unlimited WiFi access during the flight. That sounds very attractive.

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22 Aug 2016 @ 06:40 by National drink of Pakistan @ : Malik
This tragedy with Pakistan continues to worsen seeing that relief provides and assistance fall far next to what becomes necessary. More assistance is desperately needed for the reason that potential for a lot of fatalities will start to loom.  

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