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Wireless Infrared Communication





wireless infrared communication






    infrared communication
  • 'Infrared (IR)' light is electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength between 0.7 and 300 micrometres, which equates to a frequency range between approximately 1 and 430 THz.





    wireless
  • having no wires; "a wireless security system"

  • transmission by radio waves

  • radio: medium for communication

  • Lacking or not requiring wires











Station Port Aransas Training




Station Port Aransas Training





PORT ARANSAS, Texas - Crewmembers of Coast Guard Station Port Aransas, Texas, conduct training on the station's new 45-foot response boat-medium Jan. 27, 2009. The RB-M, which will eventually replace the Coast Guard's aging fleet of 41-foot utility boats, is a self-righting, 45-foot aluminum boat with twin diesel engines and water jet propulsion. It includes multiple navigation displays, a wireless crew communication system, an infrared camera, shock mitigating seating, and air conditioning. The RB-M also provides additional safety for the crew. Unlike the 41-foot utility boat, the RB-M has the ability to self-right in the event of a capsize. This feature allows the RB-M to operate in rougher sea conditions. (U.S. Coast Guard photo/ Petty Officer Patrick D. Kelley)











Station Port Aransas Training




Station Port Aransas Training





PORT ARANSAS, Texas - Crewmembers of Coast Guard Station Port Aransas, Texas, conduct training on the station's new 45-foot response boat-medium Jan. 27, 2009. The RB-M, which will eventually replace the Coast Guard's aging fleet of 41-foot utility boats, is a self-righting, 45-foot aluminum boat with twin diesel engines and water jet propulsion. It includes multiple navigation displays, a wireless crew communication system, an infrared camera, shock mitigating seating, and air conditioning. The RB-M also provides additional safety for the crew. Unlike the 41-foot utility boat, the RB-M has the ability to self-right in the event of a capsize. This feature allows the RB-M to operate in rougher sea conditions. (U.S. Coast Guard photo/ Petty Officer Patrick D. Kelley)









wireless infrared communication







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