Category Archives: Broadband

COVID-19 Education Response

It seems to me…. “The last thing that should happen is funding cut for education; it should be increased.  We need to put more money towards education, and anything else is abusive.”  ~ Flea[1]. The COVID-19 pandemic required most educational … Continue reading

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Electromagnetic Spectrum Limitations

It seems to me… “To cross the seas, to traverse the roads, and to work machinery by galvanism, or rather electro-magnetism, will certainly, if executed, be the most noble achievement ever performed by man.”  ~ Alfred Smee – Elements of … Continue reading

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