Tag Archives: 3D

Seton Hall to Participate in NJ Makers Day

Interested in making things? Curious to learn more about technology? Join us for a series of workshops being offered by the Teaching, Learning and Technology Center (TLTC) that explores using code to create web pages, using sensors to detect the environment and 3D modeling. Celebrate making and maker culture with us as the Seton Hall University community participates in the 2nd Annual NJ Makers Day.

Dipole antenna connectors

For four years in the mid-1990’s, I worked for a county-wide ambulance company in rural western Pennsylvania.  For radio communication, we used the Motorola HT-600 portable radio’s – affectionately referred to as ‘bricks’; they were roughly the same size, weight, and durability as a construction brick. During my time in graduate school, I started to feel […]