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GECUBE unveils RADEON X700 Professional 512MB graphics card

Telabria AP-3G: a portable 802.11a/b/g access point

The new RMAA 5.5 announced

GECUBE unveils RADEON X700 Professional 512MB graphics card

Info-Tek Corporation, the owner of GECUBE brand, unveiled the new GECUBE RADEON X700 Professional 512MB PCI Express card.

Besides the 512MB amount of RAM, the novelty features a low-noise SilenCool heatpipe cooling system which doesn´t occupy the neighbouring slot.

The 512MB RAM theoretically enable GECUBE RADEON X700 to handle high-quality 3D graphics, but this is compromised by the performance of GPU itself.

GECUBE RADEON X700 Professional:

  • 400MHz RV410 GPU
  • 8 pixel pipelines
  • 512MB GDDR2
  • PCI Express x16
  • TV-Out, DVI-I
  • HDTV support
  • RGB port

GECUBE RADEON X700 Professional 512MB is to go on sale in May for about $199 (excl. taxes).

Telabria AP-3G: a portable 802.11a/b/g access point

Telabria released this interesting 802.11a/b/g access point in an environment-secured case that utilizes 3G and GPRS connections.

An interesting feature of AP-3G is a capability to automatically determine and use metropolis-sized broadband networks. The case weighs slightly over a kilogram and can work both indoors and outdoors. The AP powers from a built-in battery or an external source (through a 12V adapter).

Speaking of traffic security, the device supports 128-bit WPA/AES encryption and RADIUS authentification.

Source: Telabria

The new RMAA 5.5 announced

The RightMark Audio Analyzer suite was updated to version 5.5.

The main innovation is the advanced spectrum analyzer for random WAV files, including those absent in the test list.

Spectrum analyzer features:

  • Variable FFT size in samples, ranges from 128 to 262,144
  • Automatic frequency resolution calculation for the current sampling rate
  • Zero padding for better spectrum precision
  • FFT overlap for better spectrum time averaging
  • FFT weighting window selection; affects the level of spectral side lobes and frequency spreading of spectral main lobes
  • Kaiser window beta; adjusts the shape of Kaiser window. Higher betas lead to better suppression of side lobes (useful with high-peak spectrums), lower betas lead to slighlty better frequency resolution.

The distribution package is available here.

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