Research on Energy Efficient Wireless Sensor Networks

submitted by: Monika

This video discusses ongoing collaborative research on energy efficient wireless sensor networks by UCSD's Computer Science and Engineering department, with a substantial focus on experimentation at San Diego State University's Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve.

HPWREN-enabled hydrologgy sensors at the San Diego State University's Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve

submitted by: Monika

Water quality assessments are becoming more and more critical in Southern California and elsewhere. This video describes ongoing activities related to HPWREN-enabled real-time hydrology sensors at San Diego State University's Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve. Both permanent and mobile approaches are being discussed.

Cyberinfrastructure-intensive applications at the Palomar Observatory

submitted by: Monika

In this video, Scott Kardel of the California Institute of Technology describes cyberinfrastructure-intensive applications at the Palomar Observatory, with a specific focus on the new and exciting Palomar Transient Factory.

New directions in collaborations between HPWREN and Native Americans

submitted by: Monika
This video describes expanded collaborations between HPWREN and Native Americans in the areas of environmental sensors and high-resolution network cameras, via the Southern California Tribal Digital Village network. Additional considerations include and increased focus on green energy, by augmenting solar powered sites with wind generators. More information: http://hpwren.ucsd.edu/news/20090616/

Wireless Sensor Module for Structural Health Monitoring of Composite Structures in Aircrafts by Hourieh Fakourfar

submitted by: CharlesTu

EUReKA 2009: Wireless Sensor Module for Structural Health Monitoring of Composite Structures in Aircrafts

Wilson Wireless Amplifier for USB727, KPC680 and Cell Phone

submitted by: MoreMobile

We show you how to use the wireless end of an Amplifier to Boost the Signal of a Mobile Broadband Card AND Cell Phone at the same time!

Verizon USB727 vs C597 USB Card Comparison Demo

submitted by: MoreMobile

We compare the Sprint Sierra Wireless Compass 597 with the Verizon Novatel USB727. While similar, there are some important differences. Both are available for Free at MoreMobileInternet.com

Verizon UM175 vs. Sprint Compass 597 USB Card Comparison

submitted by: MoreMobile

We compare two USB cards that Sprint & Verizon offer, the Compass 597 and the UM175. Both cards are Free at MoreMobileInternet.com

Sprint & Verizon Express Card Showdown! See video of all 4

submitted by: MoreMobile

We compare the Verizon Kyocera KPC680 and Novatel V740 Expresscards vs the Sprint Novatel EX720 and the Sierra 597E

Verizon USB727 vs PC5750 Wireless Internet Comparison

submitted by: MoreMobile

MoreMobileInternet.com compares the Novatel USB727 USB mobile broadband modem and the Pantech PC5750 PCMCIA mobile broadband card.