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Consumer electronics
  • T. Perry
  • Engineering
  • IEEE Spectrum
  • 1 April 1990
The author gives a technological overview of the field of consumer electronics. Topics covered include: HDTV; smart TV decoders; digital satellite broadcasting; and personal digital assistants.<<ETX>>
The trials and travails of interactive TV
Experiments and limited commercial rollouts of interactive television continue, delivered over wired networks of various combinations of fiber optics, coaxial cable, and twisted wire-pairs.Expand
Leaving the uncanny valley behind
  • T. Perry
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Spectrum
  • 29 May 2014
TLDR
As Digital Ira affirms, graphics specialists are closing in on one of their field's longest-standing and most sought-after prizes: an interactive and photo-realistically lifelike digital human, which will change the way the authors think about actors, acting, entertainment, and computer games. Expand
In search of the future of air traffic control
Despite 16 years of effort and the expenditure of billions of dollars, the US air traffic control system still sorely needs to be updated. This paper examines what has been done, and what stillExpand
Virtual reality goes social
The door to mass-market virtual reality is about to burst open. Engineers have solved most of the hardware challenges, driven down the price to just a few hundred dollars, done extensive testing, andExpand
DO PORTABLE ELECTRONICS ENDANGER FLIGHT
SUBTITLE: THE RISK THAT ELECTROMAGNETIC EMISSIONS FROM CARRY-ON ELECTRONIC DEVICES WILL AFFECT AVIONICS, ALTHOUGH NOT HIGH, IS STILL HIGH ENOUGH TO WARRANT TOUGHER GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS.
Tracking weather's flight path
  • T. Perry
  • Environmental Science
  • 1 September 2000
Prototypes of systems for helping pilots and air traffic controllers cope better with untoward weather are jockeying for a place aboard critical test flights and in air traffic control and dispatchExpand
Thomas Kailath
  • T. Perry
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Spectrum
  • 1 May 2007
This paper shows why Thomas Kailath received the medal of honor which is IEEE's highest commendation. It is said that his algorithms re-engineered digital communications and semiconductor processing.Expand
Researchers are using algorithms to tackle the coronavirus test shortage: The scramble to develop new test kits that deliver faster results - [Spectral Lines]
TLDR
Computer scientists and engineers who study ways to compress data, decode video, and process medical images say that biological samples from groups of people could be pooled for testing, and the results decoded by cleverly designed algorithms. Expand
Nuclear power gets a second look
The last nuclear power plant built in the United States was ordered in 1978, the year before the Three Mile Island accident stopped the growth of the US industry in its tracks. But, just in the pastExpand
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