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    1 How LCDs Works
    2 How Microprocessors Work
    3 How Virtual Memory Works
    4 How Radar Works
    5 How Radio Works
    6 How Cable Modems Work
    7 How Modems Work
    8 How Scanners Work
    9 Nanotechnology Will Work
    10 How cellphone Works
    11 How Lock Picking Works
    12 How Fiber Optics Work
    13 Robotic Surgery Will Work
    14 How RAM Works
    15 How ROM Works
    16 How Serial Ports Work



    How LCDs Work

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    How LCDs Work
    by Jeff Tyson
    You probably use items containing an LCD (liquid crystal display) every day. They are all around us -- in laptop computers, digital clocks and watches, microwave ovens, CD players and many other electronic devices...........

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    How Microprocessors Work
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    How Microprocessors Work
    by Marshall Brain
    The computer you are using to read this page uses a microprocessor to do its work. The microprocessor is the heart of any normal computer, whether it is a desktop machine, a server or a laptop. The microprocessor you are using might be a Pentium, a K6, a PowerPC, a Sparc or any of the many other brands and types of microprocessors, but they all do approximately the same thing in approximately the same way..................

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    How Virtual Memory Works
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    How Virtual Memory Works
    by Jeff Tyson
    Virtual memory is a common part of most operating systems on desktop computers. It has become so common because it provides a big benefit for users at a very low cost.
    In this edition of HowStuffWorks, you will learn exactly what virtual memory is, what your computer uses it for and how to configure it on your own machine to achieve optimal performance.

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    How Radar Works
    by Marshall Brain
    Radar is something that is in use all around us, although it is normally invisible. Air traffic control uses
    radar to track planes both on the ground and in the air, and also to guide planes in for smooth
    landings. Police use radar to detect the speed of passing motorists. NASA uses radar to map the
    Earth and other planets, to track satellites and space debris and to help with things like docking and
    maneuvering. The military uses it to detect the enemy and to guide weapons

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    How Motherboards Work
    by Gary Brown
    The motherboard has been an integral part of most personal computers for more than 20 years. Think of a motherboard as a scale model of a futuristic city with many modular plug-in buildings, each using power from a common electrical system. Multiple-lane highways of various widths transport data between the buildings. The motherboard is the data and power infrastructure for the entire computer.

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    How Radio Works
    by Marshall Brain
    "Radio waves" transmit music, conversations, pictures and data invisibly through the air, often over
    millions of miles -- it happens every day in thousands of different ways! Even though radio waves are
    invisible and completely undetectable to humans, they have totally changed society. Whether we are
    talking about a cell phone, a baby monitor, a cordless phone or any one of the thousands of other
    wireless technologies, all of them use radio waves to communicate.

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    How Cable Modems Work
    by Curt Franklin
    For millions of people, television brings news, entertainment and educational programs into their homes. Many people get their TV signal from cable television (CATV) because cable TV provides a clearer picture and more channels. See How Cable TV Works for details.

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    How Modems Work

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    How Modems Work
    by Marshall Brain
    If you are reading this article on your computer at home, it probably arrived via modem.
    In this edition of HowStuffWorks, we'll show you how a modem brings you Web pages. We'll start with the original 300-baud modems and progress all the way through to the ADSL configurations!
    (Note: If you are unfamiliar with bits, bytes and the ASCII character codes, reading How Bits and Bytes Work will help make this article much clearer.)
    Let's get started with a short recap of how the modem came to be.
    The Origin of Modems The word "modem" is a contraction of the words modulator-demodulator. A modem is typically used to send digital data over a phone line.
    The sending modem modulates the data into a signal that is compatible with the phone line, and the receiving modem demodulates the signal back into digital data. Wireless modems convert digital data into radio signals and back.
    Modems came into existence in the 1960s as a way to allow terminals to connect to computers over the phone lines. A typical arrangement is shown below:

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    How Scanners Work
    by Jeff Tyson
    Scanners have become an important part of the home office over the last few years. Scanner technology is everywhere and used in many ways:

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    How Nanotechnology Will Work

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    How Nanotechnology Will Work
    by Kevin Bonsor
    In the early 20th century, Henry Ford built a car manufacturing plant on a 2,000-acre tract of land
    along the Rouge River in Michigan. Built to mass-produce automobiles more efficiently, the Rouge
    housed the equipment for developing each phase of a car, including blast furnaces, a steel mill and a
    glass plant. More than 90 miles of railroad track and conveyor belts kept Ford's car assembly line
    running. The Rouge model was lauded as the most efficient method of production at a time when
    bigger meant better.

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    How Cell Phones Work
    by Marshall Brain and Jeff Tyson
    Digital cell phone from Nokia
    Millions of people in the United States and around the world use
    cellular phones. They are such great gadgets -- with a cell phone,
    you can talk to anyone on the planet from just about anywhere!

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    How Lock Picking Works

    How Lock Picking Works
    by Tom Harris and Marshall Brain
    Keys are one of the most basic
    and essential machines we use
    every day.
    Most people carry five to 10 keys with them whenever they go out.
    On your key ring you might have several keys for the house, one or
    two more for the car and a few for the office or a friend's house.
    Your key ring is a clear demonstration of just how ubiquitous lock
    technology is: You probably interact with locks dozens of times
    every week.

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    How Fiber Optics Work

    How Fiber Optics Work
    by Craig C. Freudenrich, Ph.D.
    Photo courtesy Corning
    A fiber-optic wire
    You hear about fiber-optic cables whenever people talk about the
    telephone system, the cable TV system or the Internet. Fiber-optic
    lines are strands of optically pure glass as thin as a human hair that
    carry digital information over long distances. They are also used in
    medical imaging and mechanical engineering inspection.

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    How Robotic Surgery Will Work
    by Kevin Bonsor
    Just as computers revolutionized the latter half of the 20th century, the field of robotics has the
    potential to equally alter how we live in the 21st century. We've already seen how robots have
    changed the manufacturing of cars and other consumer goods by streamlining and speeding up the
    assembly line. We even have robotic lawn mowers and robotic pets. And robots have enabled us to
    see places that humans are not yet able to visit, such as other planets and the depths of the ocean.

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    How RAM Works
    by Jeff Tyson
    Random access memory (RAM) is the best known form of computer memory. RAM is considered "random access"because you can access any memory cell directly if you know the row and column that intersect at that cell.

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    How ROM Works

    How ROM Works
    by Jeff Tyson
    Read-only memory (ROM), also known as firmware, is an integrated circuit programmed with specific data when it is manufactured. ROM chips are used not only in computers, but in most other electronic items as well. In this edition of HowStuffWorks, you will learn about the different types of ROM and how each works. This article is one in a series of articles dealing with computer memory, including:

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    How Serial Ports Work

    How Serial Ports Work
    by Jeff Tyson
    Considered to be one of the most basic external connections to a computer, the serial port has been an integral part of most computers for more than 20 years. Although many of the newer systems have done away with the serial port completely in favor of USB connections, most modems still use the serial port, as do some printers, PDAs and digital cameras. Few computers have more than two serial ports

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