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Topic # 29204 29-Dec-2008 03:38
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can sum1 plz help me tab a cell phone?//??
not using some sophisticaed technology but using simple circuits..
the theme is dat cell phones communictae using radiow waves..wat if by some way we interrupt thos radio waves using a circuit n convert em back into speech??
dat d b fun:P

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  Reply # 186459 29-Dec-2008 09:27
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Seriously,you're kidding right?
It is a little more complicated with a few more layers than simple sound you can catch in a cup.lol

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Reply # 186463 29-Dec-2008 09:33
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edwardian:
can sum1 plz help me tab a cell phone?//??
not using some sophisticaed technology but using simple circuits..
the theme is dat cell phones communictae using radiow waves..wat if by some way we interrupt thos radio waves using a circuit n convert em back into speech??
dat d b fun:P


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You can't even read forum rules

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Reply # 186464 29-Dec-2008 09:33
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First it seems you did not make any effort to read our Forum Usage Guidelines (FUG). We do not like SMS speak here. Second it seems you want to do something illegal - so I am locking this discussion because this is not the place for it.





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