How to get Google Plus Invitation ?

Google Plus features are really awesome!You can check those by clicking here. So to check those features you must need to log in to Google Plus and need to join Google Plus.To join Google Plus right now you need to get one invitation cause they have sent only limited invitation to limited people.So,how to get the invitation gor Google Plus?Please see the below steps:
1. First of all click here to Join in Google Plus.
2. If one of your mate has got the invitation to join then tell him to forward an invitation.
3. Just wait for Google to send you the invitation cause after a few days they will totally open the site as now they are in a survey and test stage this is not open for all.
5. Just wait,you are not missing anything.When the service will be available you will get this and then Google will knock you to enable this service.

Google Plus : The Real Killer of Facebook !

Yeah!Google plus is going to be a real killer of Facebook.Do you want to know what is the point that it is Going to minimize the popularity of Facebook?The point is its real killing features.Please check the features by clicking here.

May be your are not ready to agree that you face problem in Facebook.Example - Suppose you are a teacher and one of your student is your friend.You do not want to comment your student on that status then how can you help it in Facebook?But in Google Plus the feature "Circle" is a real solution for this one.Separate your circle.Student is in student is in student circle and Friends are in friend circle.So,no problem.

You have a video in your mobile but you want to upload some picture form this video then instant upload is the real option to do this.

You want to make a group chat you have also this option in Google plus.It's named "Huddle".

"Sparks" is an option which you allow you to get the related things that you want to watch or you will like the topic.

Dr. Ashir Ahmed Connecting ICT to Rural Bangladesh

Towards solving social issues by using ICT, Dr. Ashir Ahmed is carrying out research in Kyushu university, Japan as an associate professor and as a project director in Grameen Communications, Bangladesh. After receiving his Ph.D. in information sciences in 1999 from Tohoku University, Japan, he joined JGN (Japan Gigabit Network) project to establish a NOC in Tohoku region.  In 2001, he joined AVAYA in-region R&D labs (former bell labs) to R&D on Avaya’s SIP based VoIP products. Dr. Ahmed joined NTT Communications (the largest ISP in the world) to include home appliances into SIP framework. Since 2007, Dr. Ahmed is offering his ICT skills for social development works and is creating new opportunities for the unreached community in the world.
The way that he thinks is "The way that technologies have been commoditized does not serve the poor, the largest community in the world.  Many problems in health, education, business, and agriculture can be solved simply if developers, managers and distributers of technologies consider the requirements of this largely unreached population. Kyushu University in Japan and Grameen Communications in Bangladesh undertook initiatives to explore the field of social-needs-based technology and product development. This talk will introduce some of our innovations: ePassbook as an electronic gadget; a social information platform to bring new business opportunities to rural people; a portable clinic for the unreached patients. Each of these projects has been developed with the involvement of industries, academia, government and the community which the product will serve. However, a central entity is required to effectively collaborate with all these organizations and to deploy them for the target population through social business. Our Grameen Technology Lab in Kyushu University is a model to respond to these needs"
 On 4th July he came to East West University,Bangladesh to share his experiences and shared various information about his projects.His recent projects are GramWeb,e-Passbook,Portable Clinic,IGPF,Renewable Energey,IROP(International Research Opportunity Progam)
Contact Address:
Ashir Ahmed, PhD
Associate Professor
Department of Advanced Information Technology, Kyushu University
W2-648, Ito Campus
744, Moto'oka, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka 819-0395, Japan
Tel: 092-802-3632

Broadband Communications over Power Lines (BPL / PLC)

PLC (also known as BPL) is a technique for sending high speed data through the medium voltage power distribution network
The idea of sending data through the power distribution network is not new
Utilities use LF for network control and telemetry (typically < 0.200 MHz)
Schools have used carrier current system for “campus radio” systems that operate in the AM band (0.530 – 1.700 MHz)
What makes BPL different is that it uses frequencies between 2 and 80 MHz
BPL or Broadband Over Power Line is a technology where the data is carried through a conductor to reach the remote areas. For this the electrical power transmission cable is used as the transmission media.
The power line electric transmission carries high voltage power then distributes over medium voltage and at last this is used inside the building as a low voltage. This power line transmission can be used in each stage. All power line communication system uses the technology of impressing a modulated carrier signal on the wiring system. Different types of power line communication system uses different types of frequency. The propagation problem is limited just because of the limiting factor for each type of power line communication.
BPL or PLC is in the eye of the beholder:
  1. In-Home: LAN replacement or Broadband connection Sharing
  2. In-Network: Broadband to customers or DSL and cable competitive
  3. In-Building: LAN/WAN connectivity inside or to building
  4. In-Control: Home appliance automation

Current Communication  Deploys and operates BPL system for both residential and business area customers.It can also function as a fully equipped ,complete ISP(Internet Service Provider).

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