(pronounced ‘fre-nel’ the “s” is silent) The area around the visual line-of-sight that radio waves spread out into after they leave the antenna. This area must be clear or else signal strength will weaken.
Fresnel Zone is an area of concern for 2.4 GHz wireless systems. Although 2.4 GHz signals pass rather well through walls, they have a tough time passing through trees.
The main difference is the water content in each. Walls are very dry: trees contain high levels of moisture. Radio waves in the 2.4 GHz band absorb into water quite well.
This is why microwaves — which also use the 2.4GHz band — cook food. Water absorbs the waves, and heat from the energy cooks the food.
The name of an online social networking site (SNS) that provides the tools and applications for people to connect with friends, family and co-workers and stay in touch online. As of June 2008, Friendster has more than 70 million registered users and is available in eight languages.
(pronounced frog-ans) Frogans are a new generation of content on the Internet. They bring you a simpler and more practical way to navigate the Internet. Behind frogans, there is a unique and standard technology created for the Internet community by STG Interactive, a company based in Paris, France. The Frogans technology can be used by […]
- Fujitsu Limited
Fujitsu is a provider of customer-focused information technology and communications solutions. Its business segments include system platforms (system products and network products), infrastructure and integration services, consumer products such as mobile phones, hard disk drives, and other electronic components. To date Fujitsu has accumulated over 34,000 patents and employees 1,500 research scientists at Fujitsu Laboratories. […]
In video processing terminology, FullStream is an ATI technology that uses a hardware accelerated filtering method to improve the performance and visual quality of streaming video playback. When transmitting video data some users on a slower Internet connect may experience blocky views, artifacts and pixilation effects during playback. ATI FullStream technology detects the edges of […]
- Full Packaged Product
Abbreviated as FPP, Full Packaged Product is a term used by Microsoftto describe a physical shrink-wrapped box (the packaging) of any of its licensed products. Full Packaged Product are the packages sent to retail stores and software retailers for consumer purchase. See license and software licensing.