The Salce Museum

The Salce Museum  The scree George Antheil Musicianof for coding information to be transmitt on radio frequencies towards a receiver which receiv it in the same order in which it had been transmitt. This discovery was ignor during World War II by the US Navy, but it is the basis of the signal transmission technology us today in telephony and wireless networks. On August , , patent no. was fil. , , and a member of the Inventor’s Council leak the news to the press, to exploit Hy Lamarr’s name for promotional purposes.

However the Inventors

Council did not seem inclin to accept a seo expate bd war device invent by a film star, an Austrian one at that, and by a composer no longer on the crest of the wave. This is why only in was it possible to trace the name of Hy Lamarr as the inventor. In fact, the name Wi-Fi was first us in as an idea from a consultancy firm call Interbrand. Many think that Wi-Fi stands for “Wireless Fidelity”, just as Hi-Fi stands for “High Fidelity”. According to Phil Belanger, co-founder of the Wi-Fi Alliance, the term Wi-Fi has no meaning but simply represents a commercial trademark.

In essence Wi-Fi is a meaningless name

Us with the sole purpose of creating a CL Lists catchy slogan (due to its similarity with Hi-Fi) for this new technological product. “ Wi-Fi doesn’t stand for anything. It is not an acronym. There is no meaning. Phil Belanger Founder of Wi-Fi Alliance Since the word Wi-Fi is of Anglo-Saxon origin in the Italian language, it is complex to decide which article to apply, whether masculine or feminine. The Accademia della Crusca notes that in most uses the word is us in the masculine form. Therefore in most cases it is said, Wi -Fi and not Wi -Fi. The feminine article should indicate the Wi-Fi network rather than the word itself.

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