Pleasanton, CA (PressExposure) January 28, 2007 -- NetworkAnatomy Hits the Mark with ON-LINE CTO
Pleasanton, California January 26, 2007
NetworkAnatomy has hit the mark with its first worldwide web release of Online-CTO, an information and training source to any technology leader needing to know the latest fixed and mobile wireless (Wifi, WiMax, WRAN) technologies, wearable communications and possibly to become part of a unique worldwide exchange presenting useable solutions through their service.
What makes OnLine-CTO most interesting, separate from all the interesting articles, is the collaboration from technology experts joined together to solve a problem, like âHow to Build a Tsunami Alert Communications Networkâ. These are not simple matters and take extraordinary knowledge across various fields to present a successful solution. The interconnection to world databases for information exchanges, communication with scientists across various disciplines, interaction with military and governing authorities from various countries and cities; these are just some of the issues that come into play in such a subject area. Emergency Managers and technologist from anywhere in the world discuss these matters, the usefulness of some technologies and the need to immediately find better solutions for early warning.
Another one they are discussing is âUnderground Communications for Minersâ. Doug Linman, with over thirty six years of communication systems experience, in his letter to the Mine Safety Administration stated, â today we are trying to force fit above ground âoffice levelâ wireless communications following known FCC and IEEE 802.x specifications for standard commercial communications into rugged underground environments which they were not meant to operate, nor tested to any specification to survive.â The MSA has been looking into various technologies ever since the January 2, 2006 Sago Mine explosion in West Virginia trapping thirteen miners for nearly two days. Only one miner survived. âSince World War II we have known what types of radios and frequencies work underground, go through rock, and can use the inside of mines to transmit signals clearly and accurately thousands of feet. Upgrading these technologies to current digital voice and data integration levels is immediately doable! Linman concluded.â
Online-CTO brings this level of interest and engineering passion to its readers, to collaborators, and to those who wish to participate in global communication engineering solution approaches. Visit www.networkanantomy.com [http://www.networkanantomy.com/] and click on online CTO.