CCTV CAMERAS AMRITSAR
What do we mean by CCTV? CCTV stands for closed-circuit television, also known as video surveillance. The use of a video camera is to broadcast a signal to a specific place on a limited set of monitors. It differs from broadcast TV in that the signal is not openly transmitted, though it may employ point-to-point (p2p), point-to-multipoint (p2MP), or network wire or wireless link. Why do we need a surveillance system? As we know everyone needs safety for their customers
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Static vs Dynamic
There are many ways to create a website, but they all come down to two fundamental types – Static and Dynamic websites. Let have a look at the differences between them, and decide which one is best for your business What is a static website? In simplest terms, static website pages are those with content that cannot change without a developer editing its source code, it’s generally used for sites where content doesn’t often change. In Static Websites, Web pages
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How Do Online Copyright and Fair Use Work?
When the world’s first copyright law was passed in 1710, I can’t even imagine that the British Parliament would have ever envisioned people flinging pirated copies of movies all over the Internet whatever that would have seemed like thousands of times every day. Yet that’s exactly what eventually happened and seeing as many of our copyright laws were meant for the pre cyberspace era the way the copyright works online is often quite messy. Although this post is based around
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NVIDIA SLI and AMD Crossfire
Truthfully it’s not that simple anyway there are some critical differences between SLI and crossfire. That I believe demonstrate a fundamental difference in philosophy between AMD and NVIDIA. But first the basics, both technologies are pretty much a way to utilize more than one graphics card working in tandem in your pc to achieve on the next-gen class performance that wouldn’t otherwise be available with the current technology, due to power, thermal or other limitations. They both work with anywhere
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Wireless Charging
Now it’s no great secret that I hate the cables and fragile connectors that modern electronic devices used for battery recharging. But we’re just stuck with cable clutter right. Thanks to modern technology and by modern I mean demonstrated about a century ago by Nikola Tesla but now finally becoming a commercial product. Wireless power is here and we are very close to saying goodbye to cables forever. But How does it work? I could just say magnets and leave
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