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  • 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

  • What is LIDAR? How is Lidar used? And what are the future applications of Lidar?

    An Introduction to LIDAR

    An Introduction to LIDAR

    by Tamara Wilhite1

  • 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 watergeek6

  • Weather and emergency radios are an essential part of a household, car, or office emergency kit or go bag. These radios keep you and your family informed during a potentially dangerous situation.

    What Kind of Radio Do You Need in a Disaster?

    What Kind of Radio Do You Need in a Disaster?

    by Lainie Petersen3

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  • We've all heard the popular belief that buying is usually better than renting, whether it be a home, a car, or otherwise. Could this apply to electricity, as well? If so, how does a person "buy" electricity, and is it more cost effective than "renting" it from power companies? Find out here.

    Renting Vs. Buying Electricity: Is There a Difference?

    Renting Vs. Buying Electricity: Is There a Difference?

    by Dax Garrens0

  • Proposed in 2010, Matthias Loster proposed a simple idea: what if we were able to power the entire world with solar energy? What is the most optimal way we could accomplish this? How easy would it be? This article will cover his answer, as well as explore a bit into its integrity 9 years later.

    Powering the Entire World in Six Solar Arrays: Is It Possible?

    Powering the Entire World in Six Solar Arrays: Is It Possible?

    by Dax Garrens0

  • 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 watergeek4

  • Evaluating the impact of recycling metals can be little tricky. Keeping metal out of landfills cuts down on the speed with which we fill them up. It also prevents oxide seepage. Steel recycling saves on the amount of wood we use. It contributes to taxes, wages, and recycles evermore.

    Recycled Steel and Ferrous Scrap: Pollution and Economic Cost Benefits

    Recycled Steel and Ferrous Scrap: Pollution and Economic Cost Benefits

    by John R Wilsdon0

  • Lithium-ion battery technology has enabled the mobile technology revolution as well as the electric car movement. However, lithium is not the battery panacea that the world is looking for. There are many problems with this technology and researchers have turned their sights towards sodium instead.

    Can Sodium Replace Lithium in the Batteries of the Future?

    Can Sodium Replace Lithium in the Batteries of the Future?

    by Christopher Wanamaker3

  • Ask yourself: how many power grids does the United States have? One? Ten? Fifty? What even is a power grid? What does it do, and how does it becoming damaged affect me? If you've got no idea, it may be time to become informed & see what steps you can take to be prepared for the worst case scenario.

    The U.S. Power Grid: How Safe Is Your Electricity?

    The U.S. Power Grid: How Safe Is Your Electricity?

    by Dax Garrens0

  • In the world of solar inverters, it's generally considered that you have three different options. Without knowing what they do, it can be tough to make a decision on which choice you'd like to go for. Is there a best option? What reason might you have to pick one over the other?

    Choosing a Solar Inverter

    Choosing a Solar Inverter

    by Dax Garrens1

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