Underwater wireless communication is the wireless communication in which acoustic signals carry digital information through an underwater channel. Underwater wireless communication networks are constituted by sensors and autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) that interact to perform specific applications such as underwater monitoring.
Wireless Integrated Network Sensors provide a new monitoring and control capability for transportation, manufacturing, health care, environmental monitoring and safety and security. They combine sensing, signal processing, decision capability, and wireless networking capability in a compact, low power system.
A new memory technology promises to store more data at less cost than the expensive to build silicon chips used by popular consumer gadgets including digital cameras, cell phones and portable music players. The magical ingredient is not smaller transistors or an exotic material cooked up by the semiconductor industry. It is a plastic.