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Making Waves: The Road to Enhanced Mobile Broadband
It has been more than a hundred years since Sir Jagadish Chandra “JCBose demonstrated some of the first millimeter-wave transmissions at 60 GHz.1 However, for more than a century, many engineers have remained skeptical about the viability of ...
Remembering Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose: 10 facts about the Father of Wireless
The inventor of wireless communication, Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose was born on November 30 in 1858. Born in British dominated India, Bose had outdone most of his contemporary Indian scientists in terms of achievements and contributions to the society.
The Enduring Legacy Of Jagdish Chandra Bose
To call J.C.Bose just a scientist, would however be akin to calling, Leonardo Da Vinci a mere painter, this man was a true polymath, whose genius transcended boundaries.
Preserving culture, heritage must for dev
He was speaking at a seminar titled "Obeisance to Acharya JC Bose and his Contemporary Scientists with Roots in Bangladesh", held at Dhaka University. Development of Biotechnology and Environmental Conservation Centre organised the two-day ...
Mumbai-born email copyright holder Shiva Ayyadurai is legitimate father of
The world later realised that Jagadish Chandra Bose was the real inventor. Email has an Indian-origin creator too: Mumbai-born V.A.

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