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Inovacije na vseh področjih

Vršič - YouTube

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Zim Zelen
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Oct 23, 2019
https://youtu.be/ROJ76foyihs
https://youtu.be/-phq8oepWjU

Volocopter - Making of Dubai Public Demonstration Flight - YouTube

More images of our flight in Dubai in September 2017 including more footage from our preparation flights in the desert.
#31
Zim Zelen
1
Aug 05, 2019
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=588du55BcAY&t=18s

8 REAL HoverBoards and HoverBikes That Actually Hover - YouTube

Many people thought Hoverboards and Hoverbikes were still decades away, but these recent creations go far beyond what an
#30
Zim Zelen
1
Jul 07, 2019
Opravila izit za avto. Velikodušni očka ji podari:
https://youtu.be/dIHj7zg1lMs

Car reveal prank for daughter who just passed her drivers licence test - YouTube

Dad pranks daughter with car reveal. My daughter just passed her drivers licence and so I bought her first car for her.
#29
Zim Zelen
1
Jun 26, 2019
Greste v okolje stoječih ali divjih voda.
Ideje za gibanje:
https://youtu.be/PfxRtwtPJ9A

Aqua Skipper Lake of the Ozarks, MO - YouTube

Have you ever just wanted to fly across the water? Like a boat, it goes in the water, but it doesn't float on the water,
#28
haapy yack
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May 28, 2019
hoj
Povprečna hitrost "naših"valkov je kakih 34 km na uro.
Predlagam Pony Ekspress z divjega zahoda.
jebeš pankrte na železnicpres
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYdrAaMH22g
boditevcvetju

Wild West Review: Pony Express Riders - YouTube

The Spirit Of The West 2010 Sept. 17-19 Sioux Falls SD: Wild Bill's Wild West Review presents the skills of the Pony Exp
#27
Zim Zelen
1
May 28, 2019
SŽ kupuje nove garniture vlakov.
Kitajski jih ne mikajo :-)
https://siol.net/avtomoto/novice/kitajci-pokazali-nov-vlak-hitrost-do-600-km-h-498682

Kitajci pokazali nov vlak, hitrost do 600 kilometrov na uro - siol.net

Kitajci so predstavili prototip potniškega vlaka s hitrostjo 600 kilometrov na uro. Tak vlak bo resna alternativa letals
#26
Zim Zelen
1
Apr 12, 2019
https://youtu.be/QFNGdGdRfRE

Smallest Flying Sports car by Kyxz Mendiola - YouTube

This is EMAV Electric Manned Aerial Vehicle Its a 1seater manned multicopter I call Koncepto Millenya Perfect for person
#25
haapy yack
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Dec 11, 2018
hoj
Kitajsk Veliki Brat.
https://www.scmp.com/tech/china-tech/article/2143137/shenzhen-police-can-now-identify-drivers-using-facial-recognition
boditevcvetju

Shenzhen police can now identify drivers using facial recognition surveillance cameras | South China

Expanded traffic surveillance programme in Shenzhen will identify and fine violators, including those driving without a
#24
haapy yack
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Dec 11, 2018
hoj
Tale ti pride tudi v gate.
https://www.snopes.com/tachyon/images/photos/technology/graphics/drone.jpg
boditevcvetju
#23
Zim Zelen
1
Dec 11, 2018
Pride kamorkoli, poslika ter izgine :-)

https://youtu.be/150GnZ89_s8
#22
Radmila Čučak
1
Dec 09, 2018
peš je odlično......

....... z ruskim....ali izraelskim ... Exoskeletonom :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Xd27c-pz4Y

ReWalk - Walk again: Argo's Exoskeleton Technology - YouTube

Argo Medical Technologies mission is to fundamentally change the health and life experiences of individuals with spinal
#21
haapy yack
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Dec 09, 2018
hoj
Motalice ziher ni izumil kak Slovenc. Velik pa jo je nosil v JNA.
https://www.google.com/search?q=motalica+jna&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjjks6vy5LfAhUSi8MKHTaABmwQsAR6BAgGEAE&biw=1600&bih=736
nosimotalicojertemajkarodilakaopropalicopres
boditevcvetju

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#20
Zim Zelen
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Dec 09, 2018
Inovacije in spretnosti za vsak dan:

Insane Homemade Inventions 2018 # 99 Ingenious And Unbelieveble Ideas - YouTube

insane Homemade Inventions 2018 # 99 The Most Amazing Homemade Inventions 2018 #Homemade, #inventions, #handmade, #amazi
#19
Zim Zelen
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Dec 19, 2016
Seveda *Andrej, cenovno ugodno, tudi sredi oceanov, podvrženi vsem zemeljskim neprilikam, kot so neurja, strele, sabotaže itd.
Zato so pa šli proti nebesom v izogib neprijetnostim.
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Andrej Slovenija
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Dec 19, 2016
Abram, to so rešili z letali, North American Terrestrial System (NATS) Network

Več kot polovica mobilnih telefonov na svetu deluje v sistemu kjer ne potrebuje satelitov.

Today, more than half the cellular phones in the world operate according to AMPS standards . . . From its humble beginnings, AMPS has grown from its roots as an 800MHz analog standard, to accommodate TDMA and CDMA digital technology, narrowband (FDMA) analog operation (NAMPS), in-building and residential modifications."

GSM first stood for Groupe Speciale Mobile, after the study group that created the standard. It's now known as Global System for Mobile Communications, although the "C" isn't included in the abbreviation. In 1982 twenty-six European national phone companies began developing GSM. This Conference of European Postal and Telecommunications Administrations or CEPT, planned a uniform, European wide cellular system around 900 MHz. A rare triumph of European unity, GSM achievements became "one of the most convincing demonstrations of what co-operation throughout European industry can achieve on the global market." Planning began in earnest and continued for several years.

In the mid-1980s commercial mobile telephony took to the air. The North American terrestrial system or NATS was introduced by Airfone in 1984, the company soon bought out by GTE. The aeronautical public correspondence or APC service breaks down into two divisions. The first is the ground or terrestial based system (TAPC). That's where aircraft placed telephone calls go directly to a ground station. The satellite-based division, which came much later, places calls to a satellite which then relays the transmission to a ground station. AT&T soon established their own TAPC network after GTE.

In December 1988 Japan's Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications ended NTT's monopoly on mobile phone service. Although technically adept, NTT was also monolithic and bureaucratic, it developed a good cellular system but priced it beyond reach, and required customers to lease phones, not to buy them. With this atmosphere and without competition cellular growth in Japan had flatlined. With rivals cellular customers did increase but it was not until April,1994, when the market was completely deregulated, allowing price breaks and letting customers own their own phones, did Japanese cellular really take off.

In 1989 The European Telecommunication Standards Institute or ETSI took responsibility for further developing GSM. In 1990 the first recommendations were published. Pre-dating American PCS, the United Kingdom asked for and got a GSM plan for higher frequencies. The Digital Cellular System or DCS1800 works at 1.8 GHz, uses lower powered base stations and has greater capacity because more frequencies are available than on the continent. Aside from these "air interface" considerations, the system is pure GSM. The specs were published in 1991.

http://www.international-phone-card.info/mobile_telephone_history11.htm

International phone card

GSM first stood for Groupe Speciale Mobile, after the study group that created the standard. It's now known as Global Sy
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abram1b2 Cej
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Dec 19, 2016
Andrej
Prav imaš, tud iz zemelskimi odajniki bi se dalo.Signal bi imel malo več motenj.
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Andrej Slovenija
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Dec 19, 2016
Abram, kako sploh deluje globalni pozicijski sistem?
Iz razbranega materiala je razvidno da je sistem popolnoma funkcionalen tudi le z zemljskimi odajniki.

Sistem GPS je pravzaprav razvit iz radio?navigacij
skega sistema, ki so ga razvili okoli
leta 1940 in so ga uporabil tudi v obdobju 2. sveto
vne vojne. Primer takega sistema sta
LORAN in Decca Navigator [3]. Sistem deluje s pomoč
jo dveh fiksnih oddajnikov in
3
sprejemnika. Ko sprejemnik izmeri razdalje do oddaj
nikov, s tem ugotovi svojo pozicijo
(slika 1).

The Decca Navigator System was a hyperbolic radio navigation system which allowed ships and aircraft to determine their position by receiving radio signals from fixed navigational beacons. The system used phase comparison of low frequencies from 70 to 129 kHz, as opposed to pulse timing systems like Gee and LORAN. This make it much easier to implement the receivers using 1940s electronics.

Gee, sometimes written GEE,[a] was a radio navigation system used by the Royal Air Force during World War II. It measured the time delay between two radio signals to produce a fix, with accuracy on the order of a few hundred metres at ranges up to about 350 miles (560 km). It was the first hyperbolic navigation system to be used operationally, entering service with RAF Bomber Command in 1942.
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abram1b2 Cej
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Dec 19, 2016
Zim Zelen
S telefonijo infrmacijsko tehnologijo.Vsaj takrat, za sedaj ne vem.
Takrat so bili povezani z IBM.
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Zim Zelen
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Dec 19, 2016
S čim se "Ifotron" ukvarja (je registriran)?
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abram1b2 Cej
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Dec 12, 2016
Zim Zelen
Povedal sem ti,da je šla zadeva v nič. V Sloveniji ni bilo potrebne podpore. Če se ne motim sem na koncu zadevo poslal v Ifotron Italija.Potem me ni več zanimalo, kako je šla zadeva naprej.Bil se totalno razočaran in jezen.

Podobno me je z mojim sedanjim projektom za...l Janša. !!!
Imela sva dogovorjen datum srečanja in predstavitve , vmes se sprl z Drnovškom in mi je odpovedal sestanek, ker je mislil, da sem Drnovškov človek.

Sestanek z njim mi je dogovoril Drnovšek. Verjetno si si ustvaril pravo sliko slovenskih politikov. Ni važen napredek Slovenije, važno je ohranit svoje pozicije.
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