Volume 15, Number 4
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A "home information infrastructure lab" at Georgia Tech's Broadband Telecommunications Center demonstrates broadband links to, from and within the home. Instead of typical TV fare, the TV screen in the home infrastructure room is illuminated by a Web page. (See "Home of the Future" below)
Database provides bigger picture for court officials.
By T.J. Becker
The Home of the Future
Broadband telecommunications will profoundly alter our lives.
Also see related story: Universal Access.
By Faye Goolrick
Beyond a Profound and Pervasive Impact
Microelectronics has entered an era of proliferation.
By James D. Meindl
Hatching a Robotics Revolution
Georgia Tech researchers are developing a new breed of robot that will increase efficiency and competitiveness for the poultry industry.
By T.J. Becker