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« on: October 08, 2011, 04:29:20 PM »
टीवी के स्पेक्ट्रम पर चलेगा इंटरनेट!
ठ्ठ भादो माझी, जमशेदपुर टीवी के स्पेक्ट्रम पर भी चल सकता है इंटरनेट। जी हां, सुनने में भले यह तकनीक अजीब लगे, लेकिन जमशेदपुर शहर के रणवीर चंद्रा तिवारी ने यह तकनीक विकसित कर ली है। वाई-फाई की तर्ज पर इस तकनीक से टीवी प्रसारित करने वाले स्पेक्ट्रम से ही गांव-गांव में इंटरनेट चलाया जा सकता है। रेडमंड-वाशिंगटन स्थित माइक्रोसॉफ्ट हेडक्वार्टर में बतौर रिसर्चर काम कर रहे शहर के इस युवा ने वर्षो रिसर्च करने के बाद इस तकनीक को विकसित किया है, जिसे अब अमेरिका के फेडरल कम्यूनिकेशन कमीशन (एफसीसी) ने मान्यता भी दे दी है। रणवीर की रिसर्च पर आधारित तकनीक को मान्यता देने के उपरांत अब अमेरिका में टेलीविजन चैनल्स प्रसारित करने वाले स्पेक्ट्रम पर इंटरनेट सर्विस दे दी गई है। यानी टीवी के लिए जिस स्पेक्ट्रम पर ब्रॉडकास्टिंग होती है उसी स्पेक्ट्रम पर इंटरनेट डेटाबेस भी उपलब्ध कराया जा रहा है। चंद्रा अब भारत में इस तकनीक को लांच करने की तैयारी में है। इस तकनीक से बिहार के मुख्यमंत्री नीतीश कुमार भी खासे प्रभावित हैं। उन्होंने रणवीर चंद्रा की इस तकनीक के संबंध में पूर्ण जानकारी लेने के लिए विभागीय सचिवों का दल अमेरिका भेजने के निर्देश भी दे दिए हैं। इसके अलावा चंद्रा स्वयं झारखंड के सीएम से इस संबंध में बात करना चाहते हैं। क्या है तकनीक रणवीर चंद्रा ने इंटरनेट के वाय-फाय सिस्टम की तर्ज पर एक नया इंटरनेट डिस्टि्रब्यूशन सिस्टम तैयार किया है, जिसकी मदद से पुराने टेलीविजन चैनल, मसलन दूरदर्शन उपलब्ध कराने वाले स्पेक्ट्रम का इस्तेमाल कर वायरलेस इंटरनेट सुविधा उपलब्ध कराया जा सकता है। सरल भाषा में कहा जाए तो जैसे आपके ऑफिस या कॉलेज में अगर वाय-फाय सिस्टम लगाया गया है तो आपका लैपटॉप बिना किसी इंटरनेट कनेक्शन (डेटा कार्ड अथवा ब्राडबैंड कनेक्शन) के ही इंटरनेट ऑपरेट करने की सुविधा देता है, बिल्कुल वैसी ही तकनीक रणवीर ने विकसित की है जो वाय-फाय से ज्यादा रेंज पर बिना तार व बिना डेटाकार्ड के आपके लैपटॉप पर इंटरनेट डेटा उपलब्ध कराएगी। वाय-फाय की तर्ज पर काम करने वाली यह तकनीक टीवी स्पेक्ट्रम पर चलेगी। टीवी स्पेक्ट्रम से क्या लेना-देना दरअसल वर्षो पहले जब दूरदर्शन शुरू किया गया था तब इसे प्रसारित करने वाले स्पेक्ट्रम पर सिर्फ एक ही बैंड (दूरदर्शन) उपलब्ध कराया गया, यानी दूरदर्शन का सिग्नल भेजने वाले स्पेक्ट्रम का सिर्फ एक बैंड (चैनल) व्यस्त हुआ। बाकी चैनल खाली रहे, जिसे तकनीकी भाषा में व्हाइट स्पेस कहा जाता है। दूरदर्शन उपलब्ध कराने वाले उस पुराने अल्ट्रा हाइ फ्रिक्वेंसी (यूएचएफ) एनालोग टीवी के बाकी स्पेक्ट्रम (व्हाइट स्पेस) जो खाली रहे, उनका उपयोग अब रणवीर इंटरनेट सिग्नल्स (डेटाबेस) भेजने के लिए करने की तकनीकी विकसित कर चुके हैं।

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Amkette launches EvoTV at Rs 9,995, to enable users surf Internet on TV
Press Trust of India
Tech | Posted on Jun 13, 2012 at 09:39am IST

New Delhi: IT peripherals maker Amkette launched a new device 'EvoTV' priced at Rs 9,995, which will allow users to surf Internet on their television sets in the same way they do on their computers.

The company is betting big on the device and expects as much as 50 per cent of its revenues to come from the product.

Similar to Apple TV, EvoTV is a digital media device which allows users to access content like videos, games and websites using WiFi and broadband connection. It comes with a remote that acts like a mouse and has a mic to facilitate conversations on VoIP (like Skype).
Amkette launches EvoTV to enable users surf Internet on TV

"We are aiming at 70-75 per cent growth in revenues with this product. In the fiscal ended March, we had revenue of Rs 80 crore... This year, we expect EvoTV to contribute about 50 per cent of our revenues," Amkette Chief Executive Officer Rajiv K Bapna told PTI.

The Android operating system-based device will be available by June-end in Delhi (and NCR), Mumbai, Bangalore and Kolkata, and will be launched in 40 cities by the end of August this year.

"With EvoTV, we plan to revolutionalise the future of television globally. The Internet experience should not be limited to just PCs. Using this, users will be able to access games and content like videos, just like they would on a PC," Bapna said.

Google, which operates the Android platform, also plans to launch its set-top box 'Google TV' to allow viewers to use their device both for television viewing as well as accessing the Internet simultaneously without adjusting any cables.

The company also plans to export the device to Middle East, Europe and North America in the next three months, he said.

Once known for its floppy drives, Amkette's current product range includes wireless keyboards, flash storage and audio peripherals.

The device is powered by twin ARM processors and comes preloaded with basic applications. Users can also download more apps from the Android application market Google Play.

"The device has been conceptualised, researched and designed in India (Bangalore and Delhi) and took 14 months in the making," Bapna said, adding that it will be manufactured in China.
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« Reply #2 on: June 13, 2012, 12:13:25 PM »
Amkette EvoTV makes you surf Internet on TV


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New Delhi: IT peripherals maker Amkette Monday launched a new device 'EvoTV' priced at Rs 9,995, which will allow users to surf Internet on their television sets in the same way they do on their computers.

The company is betting big on the device and expects as much as 50 percent of its revenues to come from the product.

Similar to Apple TV, EvoTV is a digital media device which allows users to access content like videos, games and websites using WiFi and broadband connection. It comes with a remote that acts like a mouse and has a mic to facilitate conversations on VoIP (like Skype).

"We are aiming at 70-75 percent growth in revenues with this product. In the fiscal ended March, we had revenue of Rs 80 crore... This year, we expect EvoTV to contribute about 50 percent of our revenues," Amkette Chief Executive Officer Rajiv K Bapna said.

The Android operating system-based device will be available by June-end in Delhi (and NCR), Mumbai, Bangalore and Kolkata, and will be launched in 40 cities by the end of August this year.

"With EvoTV, we plan to revolutionalise the future of television globally. The Internet experience should not be limited to just PCs. Using this, users will be able to access games and content like videos, just like they would on a PC," Bapna said.

Google, which operates the Android platform, also plans to launch its set-top box 'Google TV' to allow viewers to use their device both for television viewing as well as accessing the Internet simultaneously without adjusting any cables.

The company also plans to export the device to Middle East, Europe and North America in the next three months, he said.

Once known for its floppy drives, Amkette's current product range includes wireless keyboards, flash storage and audio peripherals.

The device is powered by twin ARM processors and comes preloaded with basic applications. Users can also download more apps from the Android application market, Google Play.

"The device has been conceptualised, researched and designed in India (Bangalore and Delhi) and took 14 months in the making," Bapna said, adding that it will be manufactured in China.

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Internet celebrates it 25th birthday today!
The Internet celebrates it 25th anniversary on Tuesday, August 23, 2016. On this date in 1991, the World Wide Web, created and deployed by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, was first made accessible to the public.
By: FE Online | Published: August 23, 2016
The Internet celebrates it 25th anniversary on Tuesday, August 23, 2016. On this date in 1991, the World Wide Web, created and deployed by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, was first made accessible to the public. The site, created by Sir Tim, was a basic text page with hyperlinked words that connected to other pages. Sir Tim, referring to the motivation behind the technology that dominates the life in the 21st century had said that the project was started with the simple philosophy of providing free academic information to everyone.

The first step in making this noble philosophy a reality happened on August 6, 1991, as Sir Tim launched the first ever web page from his NeXT computer system in Geneva at CERN’s headquarters. Sir Tim wrote down the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP), which showed how information was to transfer between computer systems and the HyperText Markup Language (HTML), which was later used to create the first web page. The URL of the first website was http://info.cern.ch, which had basic instructions about the working of the web. Earlier in 2013, CERN had reinstated the page to its original address. In 1980, Sir Tim created a database of people and software models at CERN, where he also deployed the hypertext, linking each page tp another existing page.

The first web page went live on August 6, 1991, at which point it was only made accessible to the users at CERN. The same year, on August 23, new users from outside CERN were invited to join the web, marking the first anniversary of the internet. In April 1993, CERN announced the decision to make the code, royalty free. Sir Tim explained that if the technology had not been made royalty-free and was under his complete control, it would not have taken off as a global phenomenon. He said that it wouldn’t have been wise to propose something to be a universal space and have had complete control over it. Though he thinks that the internet still has loads of room for improvement, it cannot be denied that the web has achieved some great milestones in its 25 years of existence. Around 3.17 billion people use or have access to the internet at last count in 2015, which is 40% of the world’s 7.4 billion population. Almost half of those people are on Facebook and more than 3 million emails are sent every second.
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