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Steve Stroh's Articles

From 1997-2007 I wrote passionately about Broadband Wireless Internet Access (BWIA), which is now generically called WiMAX. In 2008, WiMAX has essentially matured and I've decided to refocus my writing towards new and exciting trends in Information Technology (IT).

About Steve Stroh:

Editor / Analyst Stroh Publications, LLC P.O. Box 84, Redmond, Washington, 98073 USA 206-792-9019 [email protected] Current Activities: 2007 marked a full decade of writing professionally, and it also marked my return to writing full-time about Broadband Wireless Internet Access (BWIA), WiMAX, Wi-Fi, and other wireless-related subjects.

About Steve Stroh: Archives

About Steve Stroh Steve Stroh is an accomplished, Independent Technology Writer / Editor / Analyst with an original, unique, in-depth perspective on rapidly-evolving Broadband Wireless Internet Access (BWIA), WiMAX, Wi-Fi, and other wireless technologies.

Small Nuclear Power

Nuclear power plants aren't only megascale now. There are some new options that are big enough only to power a small village, or a single highrise urban building. Such units are claimed to be inherently safe and require no onsite operator. Are they a viable option for small scale electrical power generation?

Cheap Telecom Information

This site is one of a syndicate (listed below) of blogs related to exciting new trends in technology and Information Technology (IT) (linked below) that are written by Steve Stroh.. Steve's primary IT blog is Micro CIO (Chief Information Officer).

Micro CIO

Anyone who handles computing, networking, and related chores for very small organizations is a (defacto) Micro Chief Information Officer (CIO). There are unique challenges that Micro CIOs face in assisting their organizations such as lack of funding and resources, particularly in not-for-profit organizations and very small companies.

Part 15 - License-exempt Wireless Communications

Incredible innovation has resulted from Part 15.247 of the US FCC regulations which permit the operation of wireless communications devices and systems without a license; also discussion of the closely-related Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure (UNII) regulations

Press About - Broadband Wireless Internet Steve Stroh's Articles: Help Om Malik Be Clueful About BWIA . Help Om Malik Be Clueful About BWIA Broadband Wireless Internet Access (BWIA) / WiMAX News - Read article

Small Nuclear Power: Why I Started Small Nuclear Power

Welcome To Small Nuclear Power! The initial idea for this blog came from a passing mention in a news item that I read that a Japanese company had proposed to provide an Alaskan village with a very small scale nuclear power plant. The company claimed that the system they were proposing was "inherently safe" - if something went wrong, the monitoring system removed power to the system and it

Cheap Telecom Information: Why I Started Cheap Telecom

Welcome To Cheap Telecom Information! Competition and technology has wrought enormous and continuous change in the telecommunications industry. That's resulted in a lot of good deals out there, but some that don't get a lot of recognition. I thought I'd start writing down some of the more interesting deals on Cheap Telecommunications Services that I come across.

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