Wireless Microphone System And Multimedia

Wireless microphones are one of the essential devices used in computers, developed primarily for multimedia tasking. This system simplifies the work in an efficient and expedient manner. These are effective and versatile tools used in varied applications speech recognition and dictation, video conferencing, concerts, computer telephony, and more.

Description of Wireless Microphones
A computer wireless microphone is a microphone with no tangible cable and is directly connected to the sound recording (sound card) of a computer. Its hands-free feature allows for multitasking.

The wireless microphone technology is now being incorporated in technologies like the mouse, speaker, printer, scanner, and digital cameras. Audio applications include speech recognition, speech dictation, computer telephony, video conferencing, and internet telephones.

The sound card is typically included as package on personal computers and is attached to the motherboard of the PC. It is usually coupled with built-in microphone and line level ports that work in the analog audio signal input and output of the audio data.

One advantage of the wireless microphone system is being able to customize a loud speaker for various modes like speakerphone mode or non-speaker audio mode. These microphones are often joined to the head set and permit you to have the benefit of better quality of music and sounds. The head set microphones also let you move freely in all directions without the risks of possible stumbles or trips.

Nowadays, there are different standards, frequencies, and transmissions of modern devices being used to replace the conventional microphones cable connection and turn it into wireless. Wireless microphone can be transmitted in radio waves using UHF or VHF frequencies, AM or FM frequencies or any other digital software scheme. Low cost microphone models make use of an infrared light. To avoid interference, most advanced variations of this device operate selected frequency to facilitate the adoption of several computer programs simultaneously.

The Modern models of computer wireless microphone transmit clear reception. The two separate receiver modules with antennae reduce dead spot in sound waves.

Two Types of Most Frequently Used Digital Transmission Scheme
The Digital Hybrid System uses an FM analog audio signal to combine with Digital Signal Processing (DSP). It enhances the audio spectrum to make it easier to get the right frequency. DSP reduces noise and eliminates undesirable effects. This wireless microphone operates on a high level bandwidth of 200 to 500 kHz.

On the other hand, the Pure Digital System is a frequency-hopping spread technology. It requires more bandwidth than an FM signal and operates at 900 MHz or 2.4 GHz bandwidth.

Where to Use the Computer Wireless Microphone System
Computer Wireless Microphone System is substantially versatile. It can be applied in vehicles associated with cellular phones, transportable video cameras, and other multimedia device. In addition, these device systems can be use in concert halls, live stages, radio stations, or wayside recording. These wireless microphones can function well in other two-way communication devices such as aircraft headsets.

It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World: Scoping in CoffeeScript and JavaScript

CoffeeScript, as many people know, is a transpile-to-JavaScript language.1 For the most part, it does not introduce major changes in semantics. For example, this:

-> 'Hello, world'

Transpiles directly to:

function () { return 'Hello, world'; }

This is convenient syntactic sugar, and by removing what some folks call the “syntactic vinegar” of extraneous symbols, it encourages the use of constructs that would otherwise make the code noisy and obscure the important meaning. The vast majority of features introduced by CoffeeScript are of this nature: They introduce local changes that transpile directly to JavaScript.2

CoffeeScript also introduces features that don’t exist in JavaScript, such as destructuring assignment and comprehensions. In each case, the features compile directly to JavaScript without introducing changes elsewhere in the program. And since they don’t look like existing JavaScript features, little confusion is created.

equals doesn’t equal equals

One CoffeeScript feature does introduce confusion, and the more you know JavaScript the more confusion it introduces. This is the behaviour of the assignment operator, the lowly (and prevalent!) equals sign:

foo = 'bar'

Although it looks almost identical to assignment in JavaScript:

foo = 'bar';

It has different semantics. That’s confusing. Oh wait, it’s worse than that: Sometimes it has different semantics. Sometimes it doesn’t.

So what’s the deal with that?

Well, let’s review the wonderful world of JavaScript. We’ll pretend we’re in a browser application, and we write:

foo = 'bar';

What does this mean? Well, it depends: If this is in the top level of a file, and not inside of a function, then foo is a global variable. In JavaScript, global means global across all files, so you are now writing code that is coupled with every other file in your application or any vendored code you are loading.

But what if it’s inside a function?

function fiddleSticks (bar) {
  foo = bar;
  // ...
}

For another example, many people enclose file code in an Immediately Invoked Function Expression (“IIFE”) like this:

;(function () {
  foo = 'bar'
  // more code...
})();

What do foo = 'bar'; or foo = bar; mean in these cases? Well, it depends as we say. It depends on whether foo is declared somewhere else in the same scope. For example:

function fiddleSticks (bar) {
  var foo;
  foo = bar;
  // ...
}

Or:

function fiddleSticks (bar) {
  foo = bar;
  // ...
  var foo = batzIndaBelfrie;
  // ...
} 

Or even:

function fiddleSticks (bar) {
  foo = bar;
  // ...
  function foo () {
    // ...
  }
  // ...
}

Because of something called hoisting,3 these all mean the same this: foo is local to function fiddleSticks, and therefore it is NOT global and ISN’T magically coupled to every other file loaded whether written by yourself or someone else.

nested scope

JavaScript permits scope nesting. If you write this:

function foo () {
  var bar = 1;
  var bar = 2;
  return bar;
}

Then bar will be 2. Declaring bar twice makes no difference, since both declarations are in the same scope. However, if you nest functions, you can nest scopes:

function foo () {
  var bar = 1;
  function foofoo () {
    var bar = 2;
  }
  return bar;
}

Now function foo will return 1 because the second declaration of bar is inside a nested function, and therefore inside a nested scope, and therefore it’s a completely different variable that happens to share the same name. This is called shadowing: The variablebar inside foofoo shadows the variable bar inside foo.

javascript failure modes

Now over time people have discovered that global variables are generally a very bad idea, and accidental global variables doubly so. Here’s an example of why:

function row (numberOfCells) {
  var str = '';
  for (i = 0; i < numberOfCells; ++i) {
    str = str + '<td></td>';
  }
  return '<tr>' + str + '</tr>';
}

function table (numberOfRows, numberOfColumns) {
  var str = '';
  for (i = 0; i < numberOfRows; ++i) {
    str = str + row(numberOfColumns);
  }
  return '<table>' + str + '</table>';
}

Let’s try it:

table(3, 3)
  //=> "<table><tr><td></td><td></td><td></td></tr></table>"

We only get one row, because the variable i in the function row is global, and so is the variable i in the function table, so they’re the exact same global variable. Therefore, after counting out three columns, i is 3 and the for loop in table finishes. Oops!

And this is especially bad because the two functions could be anywhere in the code. If you accidentally use a global variable and call a function elsewhere that accidentally uses the same global variable, pfft, you have a bug. This is nasty because there’s this weird action-at-a-distance where a bug in one file reaches out and breaks some code in another file.

Now, this isn’t a bug in JavaScript the language, just a feature that permits the creation of very nasty bugs. So I call it a failure mode, not a language bug.

coffeescript to the rescue

CoffeeScript addresses this failure mode in two ways. First, all variables are local to functions. If you wish to do something in the global environment, you must do it explicitly. So in JavaScript:

UserModel = Backbone.Model.extend({ ... });
var user = new UserModel(...);

While in CoffeeScript:

window.UserModel = window.Backbone.Model.extend({ ... })
user = new window.UserModel(...)

Likewise, CoffeeScript bakes the IIFE enclosing every file in by default. So instead of:

;(function () {
  // ...
})();

You can just write your code.4

The net result is that it is almost impossible to replicate the JavaScript failure mode of creating or clobbering a global variable by accident. That is a benefit.

what would coffeescript do?

This sounds great, but CoffeeScript can be surprising to JavaScript programmers. Let’s revisit our table function. First, we’ll fix it:

function row (numberOfCells) {
  var i,
      str = '';
  for (i = 0; i < numberOfCells; ++i) {
    str = str + '<td></td>';
  }
  return '<tr>' + str + '</tr>';
}

function table (numberOfRows, numberOfColumns) {
  var i,
      str = '';
  for (i = 0; i < numberOfRows; ++i) {
    str = str + row(numberOfColumns);
  }
  return '<table>' + str + '</table>';
}

table(3, 3)
  //=> "<table><tr><td></td><td></td><td></td></tr><tr><td></td><td></td><td></td></tr><tr><td></td><td></td><td></td></tr></table>"

Good! Now suppose we notice that no function calls row other than table. Although there is a slightly more “performant” way to do this, we decide that the clearest and simplest way to indicate this relationship is to nest row inside table Pascal-style:

function table (numberOfRows, numberOfColumns) {
  var i,
      str = '';
  for (i = 0; i < numberOfRows; ++i) {
    str = str + row(numberOfColumns);
  }
  return '<table>' + str + '</table>';

  function row (numberOfCells) {
    var i,
        str = '';
    for (i = 0; i < numberOfCells; ++i) {
      str = str + '<td></td>';
    }
    return '<tr>' + str + '</tr>';
  }
}

It still works like a charm, because the i in row shadows the i in table, so there’s no conflict. Okay. Now how does it work in CoffeeScript?

Here’s one possible translation to CoffeeScript:

table = (numberOfRows, numberOfColumns) ->
  row = (numberOfCells) ->
    str = ""
    i = 0
    while i < numberOfCells
      str = str + "<td></td>"
      ++i
    "<tr>" + str + "</tr>"
  str = ""
  i = 0
  while i < numberOfRows
    str = str + row(numberOfColumns)
    ++i
  return "<table>" + str + "</table>"

table(3,3)
  #=> "<table><tr><td></td><td></td><td></td></tr><tr><td></td><td></td><td></td></tr><tr><td></td><td></td><td></td></tr></table>"

It works just fine. Here’s another:

table = (numberOfRows, numberOfColumns) ->
  str = ""
  i = 0
  row = (numberOfCells) ->
    str = ""
    i = 0
    while i < numberOfCells
      str = str + "<td></td>"
      ++i
    "<tr>" + str + "</tr>"
  str = ""
  i = 0
  while i < numberOfRows
    str = str + row(numberOfColumns)
    ++i
  return "<table>" + str + "</table>"

table(3,3)
  #=> "<table><tr><td></td><td></td><td></td></tr></table>"

Broken! And a third:

str = ""
i = 0
table = (numberOfRows, numberOfColumns) ->
  row = (numberOfCells) ->
    str = ""
    i = 0
    while i < numberOfCells
      str = str + "<td></td>"
      ++i
    "<tr>" + str + "</tr>"
  str = ""
  i = 0
  while i < numberOfRows
    str = str + row(numberOfColumns)
    ++i
  return "<table>" + str + "</table>"

table(3,3)
  #=> "<table><tr><td></td><td></td><td></td></tr></table>"

Also broken! Although the three examples look similar, the first gives us what we expect but the second and third do not. What gives?

Well, CoffeeScript doesn’t allow us to “declare” that variables are local with var. They’re always local. But local to what? In CoffeeScript, they’re local to the function that either declares the variable as a parameter or that contains the first assignment to the variable.5 So in our first example, reading from the top, the first use of str and i is inside the row function, so CoffeeScript makes them local to row.

A little later on, the code makes an assignment to i and str within the table function. This scope happens to enclose row’s scope, but it is different so it can’t share the strand i variables. CoffeeScript thus makes the i and str in table variables local totable. As a result, the i and str in row end up shadowing the i and str in table.

The second example is different. The first i encountered by CoffeeScript is in table, so CoffeeScript makes it local to table as we’d expect. The second i is local to row. But since row in enclosed by table, it’s possible to make that i refer to the i already defined, and thus CoffeeScript does not shadow the variable. The i inside row is the same variable as the i inside table.

In the third example, i (and str) are declared outside of both table and row, and thus again they all end up being the same variable with no shadowing.

Now, CoffeeScript could scan an entire function before deciding what variables belong where, but it doesn’t. That simplifies things, because you don’t have to worry about a variable being declared later that affects your code. Everything you need to understand is in the same file and above your code.

In many cases, it also allows you to manipulate whether a variable is shadowed or not by carefully controlling the order of assignments. That’s good, right?

all those against the bill, say “nay nay!”

Detractors of this behaviour say this is not good. When JavaScript is written using var, the meaning of a function is not changed by what is written elsewhere in the file before the code in question. Although you can use this feature to control shadowing by deliberately ordering your code to get the desired result, a simple refactoring can break what you’ve already written.

For example, if you write:

table = (numberOfRows, numberOfColumns) ->
  row = (numberOfCells) ->
    str = ""
    i = 0
    while i < numberOfCells
      str = str + "<td></td>"
      ++i
    "<tr>" + str + "</tr>"
  str = ""
  i = 0
  while i < numberOfRows
    str = str + row(numberOfColumns)
    ++i
  return "<table>" + str + "</table>"

table(3,3)
  #=> "<table><tr><td></td><td></td><td></td></tr><tr><td></td><td></td><td></td></tr><tr><td></td><td></td><td></td></tr></table>"

All will be well, until you are debugging late one night, and you add:

console.log('Hello!') for i in [1..5]

table = (numberOfRows, numberOfColumns) ->
  row = (numberOfCells) ->
    str = ""
    i = 0
    while i < numberOfCells
      str = str + "<td></td>"
      ++i
    "<tr>" + str + "</tr>"
  str = ""
  i = 0
  while i < numberOfRows
    str = str + row(numberOfColumns)
    ++i
  return "<table>" + str + "</table>"

table(3,3)
  #=> "table><tr><td></td><td></td><td></td></tr></table>"

This breaks your code because the i you used at the top “captures” the other variables so they are now all the same thing. To someone used to JavaScript, this is a Very Bad Thing™. When you write this in JavaScript:

function row (numberOfCells) {
  var i,
      str = '';
  for (i = 0; i < numberOfCells; ++i) {
    str = str + '<td></td>';
  }
  return '<tr>' + str + '</tr>';
}

It will always mean the same thing no matter where it is in a file, and no matter what comes before it or after it. There is no spooky “action-at-a-distance” where code somewhere else changes what this code means. Whereas in CoffeeScript, you don’t know whether the iin row is local to row or not without scanning the code that comes before it in the same or enclosing scopes.

coffeescript’s failure mode

In this case, CoffeeScript has a failure mode: The meaning of a function seems to be changed by altering its position within a file or (in what amounts to the same thing) by altering code that appears before it in a file in the same or enclosing scopes. In contrast, JavaScript’s var declaration never exhibits this failure mode. JavaScript has a different action-at-a-distance failure mode, where neglecting var causes action at a much further distance: The meaning of code can be affected by code written in an entirely different file.

Mind you, the result of calling our row function is not affected by declaring an i in an enclosing scope. Our function always did what it was expected to do and always will. Although you and I know why the change breaks the table function is that row now uses an enclosed variable, imagine that we were writing unit tests. All of our tests for row would continue to pass, it’s the tests for table that break. So in an evidence-based programming sense, when we maintain the habit of always initializing variables we expect to use locally, changing code outside of those functions only changes the evidence that the enclosing code produces.

So one way to look at this is that row is fine, but moving i around changes the meaning of the code where you move i. And why wouldn’t you expect making changes to tableto change its meaning?

so which way to the asylum?

If you ask around, you can find people who dislike JavaScript’s behaviour, and others who dislike CoffeeScript’s behaviour. Accidentally getting global variables when you neglectvar is brutal, and action-at-a-distance affecting the meaning of a function (even if it is always within the same file) flies against everything we have learned about the importance of writing small chunks of code that completely encapsulate their behaviour.

Of course, programmers tend to internalize the languages they learn to use. If you write a lot of JavaScript, you habitually use var and may have tools that slap your wrist when you don’t. You’re bewildered by all this talk of action-at-a-distance. It will seems to you to be one of those rookie mistake problems that quickly goes away and is not a practical concern.

Likewise, if you write twenty thousand lines of CoffeeScript, you may never be bitten by its first-use-is-a-declaration behaviour. You may be in the habit of using variable names likeiRow and iColumn out of habit. You may find that your files never get so large and your functions so deeply nested that a “capture” problem takes longer than three seconds to diagnose and fix.

It’s a bit of a cop-out, but I suggest that this issue resembles the debate over strong, manifest typing vs. dynamic typing. In theory, one is vastly preferable to the other. But in practice, large stable codebases are written with both kinds of languages, and programmers seem to adjust to overcome the failure modes of their tools unconsciously while harvesting the benefits that each language provides.


  1. Yes, “transpile” is a real word, or at least, a real piece of jargon. It’s a contraction of “transcompiler,” which is a compiler that translates one language to another language at a similar level of abstraction. There’s room for debate over what constitutes a “similar level of abstraction.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Source-to-source_compiler

  2. There are other possibilities: You could write a Tail-Call Optimized language that transpiles to JavaScript, however its changes wouldn’t always be local: Some function calls would be rewritten substantially to use trampolining. Or adding continuations to a language might cause everything to be rewritten in continuation-passing style.

  3. Scanning all of the code first is called “hoisting,” in part because some declarations nested in blocks are “hoisted” up to the level of the function, and all declarations are “hoisted” to the top of the function. This is a source of confusion for some programmers, but it isn’t germane to this essay.

  4. If you don’t want the file enclosed in an IIFE, you can compile your CoffeeScript with the--bare command-line switch.

Nvidia GTX 650 Ti Boost Challenge Radeon HD 7790

Jakarta – Not long after AMD launched its latest graphics processor, the Radeon HD 7790, to fill the mainstream classroom, Nvidia did not remain silent and be ready menggeber rival product through Boost GeForce GTX 650 Ti.

Naming Boost on the back of the mainstream series leads directly to the clock speed that it has, which of course has got a touch of ‘turbo’ from Nvidia. Boost rumored GTX 650 Ti GPU Boost feature.

With these features, the GTX 650 Ti Boost which actually has a clock speed of 980 MHz can dynamically increase the clock speed to 1033 MHz as needed. Moreover Boost GTX 650 Ti has 768 CUDA cores armed, 64 TMU, 24 ROP.

While the sector is supported by the use of GDDR5 memory running on a 192-bit interface that comes with a capacity of 1 GB and 2 GB respectively by Nvidia priced at USD 149 (USD 1.4 million) and USD 169 (USD 1.6 million) . Similarly, as quoted from Techpowerup, Wednesday (27/03/2013).

The Law of Attraction – The Real Science of Getting Rich

If you’ve been paying attention to the personal development industry in the past few years then you must have heard about the law of attraction. Thanks to the movie ‘The Secret’ the law of attraction has become a household name. The truth is that this law has been known by most success teachers for years. However, it is only now that it has become common knowledge. In this article I will explain what the law of attraction really is and how it is truly the science of getting rich.

So what is the law of attraction?

You will find many definitions about this law, however, the simple and basic explanation is that this law is all about harmony. I call it the ‘harmony effect’. The harmony effect simply states that you draw to you whatever you are in harmony with and that is exactly what the law of attraction does. It draws to you everything that is in harmony with you.

So what this means is that a rich person is in harmony with money, a poor person is in harmony with poverty, a sick person is in harmony with sickness, a healthy person is in harmony with health and so on and so forth. By understanding this simple explanation you realize that you do not necessarily attract what is like you or unlike you. You simply attract what is in harmony with you. This is the secret to understanding the law of attraction.

How many times have you met people who had something you wanted and you wondered why they had it and you didn’t. You might think that you deserve more than they do but what you have to understand is that to get what you want you need to get in harmony with it. Those people you see who have the things you want are simply in harmony with them. The law works perfectly and it’s universal in its application.

How to use the law of attraction effectively:

1 – Know what you want

2 – Focus predominantly on what you want (not what you dislike or are unhappy about)

3 – Take action

As you can see the law of attraction is a simple law that can easily be misunderstood. By reading this article you should now know that the law of attraction is all about harmony. Nothing more nothing less. Your job is to know what you want, focus on it and allow the law to bring you people, places and circumstances that will eventually lead you in the direction of what you want.

Prepare Middle Acer Tablet screen Resolution WQHD With Tegra 4 CPU?

After a long time no hear, Acer reportedly serious secretly working on a new tablet model featuring support for NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor and high resolution screen.

Based on reports published by Notebook Italia on benchmark results for the latest Acer tablet with the model number of this TA272HUL reportedly has the support of NVIDIA Tegra 4 1.8GHz processor. Not only that, the new Acer tablet based on the Android 4.2.2 will also be equipped with a high screen resolution support WQHD (2560 × 1440 pixels) and 2GB of RAM.

The use of quad-core processor ARM Cortex-A15 will supposedly make the most of existing devices may have reliability and high-performance fast. Yes, that’s the least that has been disclosed in a relevant benchmark results support the processor models in Nenamark and Passmark recently.

And regardless of whether or not the existence of these rumors, unfortunately still unknown specific info from related parties so far.

Discovery Laboratories (DSCO) Surged on FDA Approval of SURFAXIN (lucinactant)

Discovery Laboratories Inc. (Nasdaq:DSCO) >

Shares of DSCO surged today after the company reported that the FDA has agreed to DSCO’s updated product specifications for SURFAXIN(R) (lucinactant) Intratracheal Suspension which was approved for the prevention of respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) in premature infants at high risk for RDS.

DSCO has initiated manufacturing of SURFAXIN for its planned commercial introduction in the fourth quarter of 2013.

SURFAXIN is the first FDA-approved synthetic, peptide-containing surfactant available for the prevention of RDS in premature infants and the only approved alternative to animal-derived surfactants currently used today.

Respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) is a breathing disorder that affects newborns. RDS rarely occurs in full-term infants. The disorder is more common in premature infants born about 6 weeks or more before their due dates.

RDS is more common in premature infants because their lungs aren’t able to make enough surfactant (sur-FAK-tant). Surfactant is a liquid that coats the inside of the lungs. It helps keep them open so that infants can breathe in air once they’re born.

Without enough surfactant, the lungs collapse and the infant has to work hard to breathe. He or she might not be able to breathe in enough oxygen to support the body’s organs. The lack of oxygen can damage the baby’s brain and other organs if proper treatment isn’t given.

Most babies who develop RDS show signs of breathing problems and a lack of oxygen at birth or within the first few hours that follow.

DSCO’s SURFAXIN is an important medical advancement for the neonatology community and parents of preterm infants who will soon have an effective alternative to animal-derived surfactants for the prevention of RDS.

DSCO stock price is about $2.81, up $0.84 or 42.63%, with over 12,220,000 shares traded so far.

DSCO is a specialty biotechnology company focused on advancing a new standard in respiratory critical care.

DSCO’s novel proprietary KL4 surfactant technology produces a synthetic, peptide-containing surfactant that is structurally similar to pulmonary surfactant. DSCO is also developing its proprietary drug-delivery technologies to enable efficient delivery of aerosolized KL4 surfactant and other inhaled therapies.

More about Discovery Laboratories Inc. (Nasdaq:DSCO) at www.Discoverylabs.com.

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SEP Software Corp. and IBM Partner Together to Provide Global Solutions to the Marketplace

SEP Software Corp. has announced its flagship product, SEP sesam, is one of the first Enterprise-class backup and disaster recovery solutions to be fully certified on IBM DB2.  SEP has successfully completed the IBM Pure Systems certification and is now listed in the IBM Global Solutions Directory. SEP sesam offers complete backup protection and meets key IBM integration standards for DB2 database software for Linux, UNIX, Windows, and DB2 for z/OS.

“We are excited to be partnering with IBM,” stated Tim Wagner, President of SEP Software Corp.  “Being verified for IBM DB2 demonstrates our commitment to quality in the IT industry and shows clients that our solution meets or exceeds key IBM integration standards.  Our functionality is second to none, and as backup needs grow in complexity, SEP Software Corp. continues to evolve to provide the highest performing results,” continued Wagner. “It is critical that our software, SEP sesam, delivers a truly unified and innovative solution that pushes the limits on performance and features.”

Ideally suited for the enterprise to the SM space, SEP sesam’s intuitive GUI allows the system administrator to access and control the backup infrastructure from anywhere. Backup topologies and policies can be created to perfectly match the needs of the individual institution. SEP sesam uses its patented Multi-Streaming Technology to facilitate unlimited simultaneous streams to provide the highest performance yet experienced in the backup market.

About SEP Software Corp.
SEP sesam is installed in over 50 countries worldwide and is used by the world’s leading governments, institutions and universities, ranging in size and complexity. SEP has been delivering the widest range of backup products for enterprise level customers since 1996. With thousands of installations world-wide, SEP sesam provides backup solutions for all environments, both physical and virtual; delivering the fastest backup, restore and disaster recovery tools on the market today.

Rudraksha Science Therapy

Rudraksha Power unleashed

Rudra Centre has been involved on very intensive study on the effects of Rudraksha Beads and in the past six months,discovered new facts which were unknown till date. Studies done jointly with Doctors and Scientists from India and abroad have clearly shown that Rudraksha Power has been untapped of its true capacity till date. We have now discovered the true Secret of Rudraksha Power.

>> Rudraksha is the most powerful blessing on the Earth with capacity to change your destiny.

>> It pulls you away from the limitations of your birth chart.

>> It pacifies unfavourable planets in your chart.

>> It removes the blockage from your system making you whole and divine.

>> IT’S MORE POWERFUL THAN ANY KNOWN REMEDY TILL DATE.

The secret lies in selecting quality beads and most important assembling it correctly in a necklace or bracelet, and then chanting the appropriate mantra’s to invoke the power.Anyone can sell Rudraksha as a bead, but to sell it as a power bead and unleash its power needs true knowledge. Without this knowledge only a fraction of its power is realised.All Rudraksha malas and combinations from Rudra Centre are henceforth being sent according to the new Research. We recommend clients to get the beads strung from us rather than string themselves. Without correct stringing style, Rudraksha bead do not form a circuit and do not give effect. The most powerful combination of beads can become non effective if not strung in the correct style. This correct stringing pattern has been revealed to Rudra Centre after intensive research and will be used for the benefits of our clients.

Experience the Unleashed Power of Rudraksha Science Therapy

According to Jabalopanishad the gifting of Rudraksha fetches high merits (punya). Give then to your near and dear ones and help them live a complete life.

We do therapies for serious illness (physical/mental). Please e-mail us for details.

Bold mention in Vedic Puranas, Upanishads, Srimadbhagawad, as being most powerful aid to alignment of self to God and for living fulfilled lives.

These books have specific reference to 1 mukhi to 21 mukhi Rudraksha, each capable of aligning the positive energies around us to specific aspects of health, happiness, spiritual fulfillment, prosperity, creativity, intuitive ability, material fulfillment, family harmony, attraction, self-empowerment, and fearless life.

If you are interested to know something more on Rudraksha Science Therapy and other details,you are welcome to the Rudraksha Science Therapy site.

The Cons of Buying a Satellite TV for PC Programs

Satellite TV for PC programs are fast gaining acceptance worldwide and the usage has been steadily increasing over the past few years as it is cheap, efficient, and convenient. However, this type of software also has pros and cons like any other product on the market. In this article I would like to focus on the latter.

1.Appalling picture and audio quality Most satellite TV to PC programs suffer from poor quality visual and sound. Grainy images and distorted high-pitch noises are some of the common issues plaguing this type of software. I know this for a fact as Ive purchased a total of four different satellite TV on PC programs for the past year. Thankfully my bad streak came to a halt on the fourth and final purchase.

2.Worthless channel selection The software providers claim to offer heaps of channels so you can experience the sheer variety of shows enjoyed by many cable/satellite TV owners. In reality, most if not all the channels being offered are next to worthless. Lets face it; most people are into TV entertainment such as sports, films, soaps, cartoons, and up-to-date news. Therefore its imperative that you find a program that has top of the line channels from well known big guns like ESPN, Discovery, CBS, NBC, etc. Fact remains that most satellite TV on PC programs contain channels that are not worth watching.

3.Excess Baggage Another major setback with this kind of software is that they are laden with spyware and adware which can cause serious damage to your computer. This is a problem prevalent mostly among free programs although there are quite a few paid ones carrying the excess baggage as well.

4.Slow loading time The first two programs I bought suffered from extremely slow loading time. Truth is, many satellite TV on PC programs load at the speed of a two-legged turtle due to either poor programming or low-rate connection.

5.Constant crashes Another big downer and this could be attributed to the fact that most satellite TV to PC software are built on an unstable programming platform which can lead to repeated crashes.

Although this kind of program has a number of discouraging aspects, please do not deprive yourself from giving it a try as I believe they are one of the best software that modern technology has to offer in recent years. The trick is to find the right satellite TV on computer program which bear none of the issues I highlighted above. Cheers!