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  1. Microsoft tipped to launch new Surface Pro LTE variant soon

    Category: Digital/LTE

    ; all you need to know Microsoft is expected to unveil new Surface Pro LTE with eSIM at the upcoming 'Microsoft Future Decoded' event in London next month and release in the market in December. Microsoft, ... Wednesday, 27 September 2017
  2. On Bit-Wise Decoders for Coded Modulation

    Category: Digital/LTE

    Sammanfattning: Coded modulation is a technique that emerged as a response to the growing demand for high data rates. It was devised to achieve high spectral efficiency with high reliability, potentially ... Thursday, 21 September 2017
  3. Here's Where Cold War Radio Stations Broadcast Spies' Secret Codes

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    If you tuned into just the right shortwave radio frequency in the 1970s, you might hear a creepy computerized voice reading out a string of numbers. It was the Cold War, and the coded messages were rumored ... Monday, 11 September 2017
  4. New Microsoft Surface Book and Surface Studio may launch in October

    Category: Digital/LTE

    Microsoft's upcoming event in London, called Future Decoded, will have Panos Panay, the Surface head, as one of the keynote speakers, fueling speculation that the tech giant will unveil the new-generation ... Thursday, 07 September 2017
  5. Microsoft Surface Event Confirmed For Oct. 31 In London

    Category: Digital/LTE

    Microsoft’s Surface chief Panos Panay will hold a keynote speech in London by the end of October. Additionally, Microsoft also confirmed that it will be holding its annual Future Decoded event in London ... Wednesday, 06 September 2017
  6. Microsoft Will Hold Fall Event On Oct. 31; New Surface Device Expected

    Category: Digital/LTE

    Microsoft’s Surface chief Panos Panay will hold a keynote speech in London by the end of October. Additionally, Microsoft also confirmed that it will be holding its annual Future Decoded event in London ... Wednesday, 06 September 2017
  7. Microsoft's Surface chief set to give keynote at London event

    Category: Digital/LTE

    Microsoft's Surface chief set to give keynote at London event. At iots annual Future Decoded event in London this October, Microsoft's Surface chief Panos Manay will give a keynote -- and perhaps unveil ... Wednesday, 06 September 2017
  8. Microsoft to unveil new Surface gear on October 31st

    Category: Digital/LTE

    ... at the company's two-day Future Decoded event (starting October 31st -- yes, Halloween), hinting that he'll introduce new hardware. Posted: 2017-09-06 17:44:00 Read all  ... Wednesday, 06 September 2017
  9. Microsoft Surface keynote coming at the end of October

    Category: Digital/LTE

    Microsoft will host an event in London at the end of October and beginning of November, the latest in its annual ‘Future Decoded’ series. The event will also feature a Surface-focused keynote, The Verge ... Wednesday, 06 September 2017
  10. On the Chemical Composition of Metal-Poor Stars Impact of Stellar Granulation and Departures from Local Thermodynamic Equilibrium on the Formation of Spectral Lines

    Category: Digital/LTE

    Sammanfattning: The information about the chemical compositions of stars is encoded in their spectra. Accurate determinations of these compositions are crucial for our understanding of stellar nucleosynthesis ... Friday, 24 March 2017
  11. Interpol refuses to issue red warrant against Altaf Hussain

    Category: Satellite/Satellite TV

    There are eight types of notices, seven of which are colour-coded by their function: red, blue, green, yellow, black, orange and purple. The most well-known is the red notice which is the closest instrument ... Saturday, 25 February 2017
  12. North Korea has resumed broadcasting coded numbers, Friday, in an apparent bid to give directions to its spies abroad.

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    It broadcast coded numbers - an old-fashioned way of giving orders to agents - following the previous ones on June 24 and July 15. In the latest broadcast, an announcer at state-controlled Pyongyang Radio ... Saturday, 30 July 2016
  13. North Korea has resumed a broadcast of coded numbers, Friday, in an apparent bid to give directions to its spies abroad.

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    It broadcast coded numbers on June 24, July 15 and on July 28 _ an old-fashioned way of giving orders to agents. In the latest broadcast, an announcer at state-controlled Pyongyang Radio read what she ... Friday, 29 July 2016
  14. North’s coded radio broadcasts may pose threat

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    Pyongyang has resumed broadcasting coded segments and evidence suggests the messages are being used to plan attacks against the South. The shortwave radio broadcasts, known as the “numbers stations,” are ... Wednesday, 27 July 2016
  15. North Korea Revives Coded Spy Broadcasts After 16-Year Silence

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    ... Korea stopped sending out such coded messages by shortwave radio after the Koreas held a summit.... Read all  ... Tuesday, 26 July 2016
  16. North Korea revives coded spy broadcasts after 16 years The New York Times

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    © Jean Chung for The New York Times Kim Dong-sik, a former officer for North Korea, in Seoul, the South’s capital, in 2013. He said a cryptic series of numbers on North Korean radio resembled coded messages ... Friday, 22 July 2016
  17. From Pyongyang with love: North Korea restarts coded spy broadcasts

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    ... 35; 913, question 55; 135, question 86.” Isolated North Korea has restarted coded radio.... Read all  ... Thursday, 21 July 2016
  18. North Korea Revives Coded Spy Broadcasts After 16-Year Silence

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    Kim Dong-sik, a former officer for North Korea, in Seoul, the South’s capital, in 2013. He said a cryptic series of numbers on North Korean radio resembled coded messages he used to listen for as a spy. ... Thursday, 21 July 2016
  19. Kim brings back spying by numbers

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    They were one of the enigmas of the Cold War — sequences of meaningless numbers intoned with great solemnity over shortwave radio frequencies, containing coded messages for spies and sleeper agents. Now ... Thursday, 21 July 2016
  20. North Korea restarts coded spy radio broadcasts, South says

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    South Korea says the isolated North has restarted coded radio broadcasts, presumed to be targeted at its spies, for the first time in 16 years. "Now we'll begin a mathematics review assignment for members ... Thursday, 21 July 2016
  21. Kim brings back spying by numbers

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    They were one of the enigmas of the Cold War — sequences of meaningless numbers intoned with great solemnity over shortwave radio frequencies, containing coded messages for spies and sleeper agents. Now ... Thursday, 21 July 2016
  22. From Pyongyang with love: North Korea restarts coded spy broadcasts

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    ... 35; 913, question 55; 135, question 86." Isolated North Korea has restarted coded radio.... Read all  ... Thursday, 21 July 2016
  23. CORRECTED-From Pyongyang with love: North Korea restarts coded spy broadcasts

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    ... 35; 913, question 55; 135, question 86." Isolated North Korea has restarted coded radio.... Read all  ... Thursday, 21 July 2016
  24. From Pyongyang with love: North Korea restarts coded spy broadcasts

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    By James Pearson. SEOUL (Reuters) - "Now we'll begin a mathematics review assignment for members of the 27th expeditionary unit of the distance learning university," the woman's voice crackled over the ... Thursday, 21 July 2016
  25. North Korea restarts coded spy radio broadcasts, South says

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    South Korea says the isolated North has restarted coded radio broadcasts, presumed to be targeted at its spies, for the first time in 16 years. "Now we'll begin a mathematics review assignment for members ... Wednesday, 20 July 2016
  26. 'Question 35; 913, question 55': North Korea's coded broadcasts

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    North Korea restarts coded spy radio broadcasts, South says. Updated July 21, 2016 05:53:41. "Now we'll begin a mathematics review assignment for members of the 27th expeditionary unit of the distance ... Wednesday, 20 July 2016
  27. North Korea restarts coded spy radio broadcasts, South Korea says

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    Isolated North Korea restarts coded radio broadcasts, presumed to be targeted at its spies, for the first time in 16 years this month, South Korea says. "Now we'll begin a mathematics review assignment ... Wednesday, 20 July 2016
  28. North Korea’s state radio resumes broadcast of indecipherable, coded numbers for first time since Cold War

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    ... coded messages to spies operating in South Korea. Read all  ... Wednesday, 20 July 2016
  29. North Korea broadcasts with mystery numbers carry Cold War echoes

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    's state radio has recently broadcast strings of indecipherable numbers in a possible move echoing a Cold War-era method of sending coded messages to spies operating in South Korea. A female announcer ... Wednesday, 20 July 2016
  30. From Pyongyang with love: North Korea restarts coded spy radio broadcasts

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    SEOUL (Reuters) - "Now we'll begin a mathematics review assignment for members of the 27th expeditionary unit of the distance learning university," the woman's voice crackled over the radio. "Turn to page ... Wednesday, 20 July 2016
  31. North Korea broadcasts with mystery numbers carry Cold War echoes

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    's state radio has recently broadcast strings of indecipherable numbers in a possible move echoing a Cold War-era method of sending coded messages to spies operating in South Korea. A female announcer ... Wednesday, 20 July 2016
  32. Mystery numbers in North Korea broadcasts carry Cold War echoes

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    North Korea's state radio has recently broadcast strings of indecipherable numbers in a possible move echoing a Cold War-era method of sending coded messages to spies operating in South Korea. A female ... Wednesday, 20 July 2016
  33. North Korea restarts coded spy broadcasts

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    Isolated North Korea has restarted coded radio broadcasts, presumed to be targeted at its spies, for the first time in 16 years, South Korea has said. The messages, a recording of which was broadcast by ... Wednesday, 20 July 2016
  34. From Pyongyang with love: North Korea restarts coded spy broadcasts

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    Wednesday, 20 July 2016 | MYT 6:01 PM From Pyongyang with love: North Korea restarts coded spy broadcasts. by james pearson SEOUL (Reuters) - "Now we'll begin a mathematics review assignment for members ... Wednesday, 20 July 2016
  35. From Pyongyang with love: North Korea restarts coded spy broadcasts

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    By James Pearson. SEOUL (Reuters) - "Now we'll begin a mathematics review assignment for members of the 27th expeditionary unit of the distance learning university," the woman's voice crackled over the ... Wednesday, 20 July 2016
  36. From Pyongyang with love

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    ... 35; 913, question 55; 135, question 86." Isolated North Korea has restarted coded radio.... Read all  ... Wednesday, 20 July 2016
  37. From Pyongyang with love: North Korea restarts coded spy broadcasts

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    ... 35; 913, question 55; 135, question 86." Isolated North Korea has restarted coded radio.... Read all  ... Wednesday, 20 July 2016
  38. From Pyongyang with love: North Korea restarts coded spy broadcasts

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    By James Pearson. SEOUL (Reuters) - "Now we'll begin a mathematics review assignment for members of the 27th expeditionary unit of the distance learning university," the woman's voice crackled over the ... Wednesday, 20 July 2016
  39. From Pyongyang with love: North Korea restarts coded spy broadcasts

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    ... 35; 913, question 55; 135, question 86." Isolated North Korea has restarted coded radio.... Read all  ... Wednesday, 20 July 2016
  40. Mystery numbers in N. Korea broadcasts carry Cold War echoes

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    ... coded messages to spies operating in South Korea. A female announcer at the radio station read.... Read all  ... Wednesday, 20 July 2016
  41. Mystery numbers in N. Korea broadcasts carry Cold War echoes

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    ... coded messages to spies operating in South Korea. A female announcer at the radio station read.... Read all  ... Wednesday, 20 July 2016
  42. Mystery numbers in N. Korea broadcasts carry Cold War echoes

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    ... coded messages to spies operating in South Korea. A female announcer at the radio station read.... Read all  ... Tuesday, 19 July 2016
  43. Mystery numbers in N. Korea broadcasts carry Cold War echoes

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea's state radio has recently broadcast strings of indecipherable numbers in a possible resumption of a Cold War-era method of sending coded messages to spies operating ... Tuesday, 19 July 2016
  44. Mystery numbers in N. Korea broadcasts carry Cold War echoes

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    ... a Cold War-era method of sending coded messages to spies operating in South Korea. Read all  ... Tuesday, 19 July 2016
  45. Mystery numbers in N. Korea broadcasts carry Cold War echoes

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    ... coded messages to spies operating in South Korea. A female announcer at the radio station read.... Read all  ... Tuesday, 19 July 2016
  46. Mystery numbers in N. Korea broadcasts carry Cold War echoes

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    ... coded messages to spies operating in South Korea. A female announcer at the radio station read.... Read all  ... Tuesday, 19 July 2016
  47. Mystery numbers in N. Korea broadcasts carry Cold War echoes

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea's state radio has recently broadcast strings of indecipherable numbers in a possible resumption of a Cold War-era method of sending coded messages to spies operating ... Tuesday, 19 July 2016
  48. Mystery numbers in N. Korea broadcasts carry Cold War echoes

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    SEOUL, South Korea North Korea’s state radio has recently broadcast strings of indecipherable numbers, Seoul officials said Tuesday, in a possible resumption of a Cold War-era method of sending coded messages ... Tuesday, 19 July 2016
  49. Mystery numbers in N. Korea broadcasts carry Cold War echoes

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    ... a Cold War-era method of sending coded messages to spies operating in South Korea. Read all  ... Tuesday, 19 July 2016
  50. News 2 HRS AGO Mystery numbers in N. Korea broadcasts carry Cold War echoes

    Category: International Broadcasting/Shortwave

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) ? North Korea's state radio has recently broadcast strings of indecipherable numbers in a possible resumption of a Cold War-era method of sending coded messages to spies operating ... Tuesday, 19 July 2016

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