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  • Inmarsat is a rival to the up-and-coming SpaceX Starlink satellite communication network. How do they compare to each other?

    Inmarsat vs Starlink Antennas

    Inmarsat vs Starlink Antennas

    by Tamara Wilhite0

  • What are the different kinds of engineering degrees and jobs? Learn about the different types of engineering degrees and what jobs you can get using them. Engineering is an excellent career choice with so many industries to choose from.

    Types of Engineering Jobs (Overview of All Careers)

    Types of Engineering Jobs (Overview of All Careers)

    by Katy Medium1

  • While 12 volt batteries power most RVs, 6 volt batteries can be used there and in many other ways. Let's answer some of the most frequently asked questions about 6 volt batteries.

    A 6 Volt Battery FAQ

    A 6 Volt Battery FAQ

    by Tamara Wilhite0

  • Telecommunication acronyms and terminology for AT&T. Learn how to speak the telephone language... or at least what some of the words are. Look, there are pictures, just look at the pictures.

    At&t Language, Accronyms, and Telephony Talk

    At&t Language, Accronyms, and Telephony Talk

    by Clyde King0

  • Moisture meters are calibrators that measure the amount of moisture within a solid or semisolid, like concrete or cheese. There are many different kinds for different kinds of work.

    Moisture Meters: Types and Uses

    Moisture Meters: Types and Uses

    by Susette Horspool6

  • When you first start studying Systems Engineering, arguably the most common them you will experience is interconnectedness throughout a system. It helps dictate design, manufacturing, operations, and so much more. This article takes a look at how critical it can really be, especially in aerospace.

    Systems Engineering and the Concept of Interconnectedness

    Systems Engineering and the Concept of Interconnectedness

    by Ryan Clancy0

  • This article explores miniaturization, wearable tech, sustainability, and new materials and technologies in the fashion industry to predict the future of what we wear.

    How Technology Is Changing Fashion

    How Technology Is Changing Fashion

    by Besarien33

  • Water meters are used in all sectors of society - manufacturing, construction, weather detection, and at home. Here is a list of the types and uses of different water meters.

    Water Meter Types and Uses

    Water Meter Types and Uses

    by Susette Horspool4

  • Clean energy is energy extracted from renewable sources with zero emissions. Despite the abundance of renewable resources in the form of water, wind and solar, dependence on non-renewable energy sources such as coal and oil have not reduced to levels that can be sustained by the environment.

    Clean Energy: A Future Unknown

    Clean Energy: A Future Unknown

    by AL4

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