Daily Archives: June 22, 2010

The surrender ultimatum expired without word from the German commander of Cherbourg.  Allied troops withdrew 1000 yards from the front and today, 22 June 1944, at 12:40, the Air Forces began an 8 minute attack on the German first-line positions. The 313th was to continue along the Valognes-Cherbourg highway jumping […]

WWII Journal: Paul Farnum, 22 June, 1944

Communications may have been the first commercial application of wireless technology, but Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS)  were close behind. In the first few years of radio, a variety of aggressive inventors recognized the problem of RTLS and leaped to offer solutions. Some of their ideas illustrated the inventors’ misunderstanding of […]

RTLS: False Starts and Misunderstandings