This is a list of the oldest people who have been verified to be alive as of the dates of the cited supporting sources. It was estimated in 2015 that between 150 and 600 living people had reached the age of 110 at that time.   The true number is uncertain, as not all supercentenarians are known to researchers at a given time, and some claims cannot be validated or are fraudulent.
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Hwang (surname) (黃), (皇), a common Korean family name Other uses [ edit] Huang (jade), a jade arc-shaped artifact that was used as a pendant Fenghuang, mythological birds of East Asia Huang, a character in the anime cartoon Darker than Black Hwang Seong-gyeong, a character in the Soulcalibur video game series Huang (Coca-Cola), a brand of Coca-Cola
Huang 黃,皇 used in MandarinHwang 황,黃,皇 used in KoreanHuỳnh or Hoàng, used in Vietnamese. Huỳnh is the cognate adopted in Southern and most parts of Central Vietnam because of a naming taboo decree which banned the surname Hoàng, due to similarity bet...Vong, anglicized from Hakka, used in Vietnamese
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Huang is an ancient surname. According to tradition, there are several different sources of Huang surname origin, for example as descendants of Bo Yi, Lu Zhong (陸終) or Tai Tai (臺駘). There were also at least three Huang Kingdoms 黃國 during Xia 夏朝, Shang 商朝 and Zhou 周朝 dynasties. Most of the people with surname Huang could track back their ancestors t...
Huang is the 7th most common surname in China, and the 3rd most common surname in Taiwan. It is also one of the common surnames among Zhuang People, the largest ethnic minority in China, and is also the most common surname in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. 19% of People from China with Surname Huang live in Guangdong Province. The population...
The Vietnamese versions of this surname are Hoàng and Huỳnh. According to Lê Trung Hoa, a Vietnamese scholar, approximately 5.1 percent of Vietnamese people have this surname. The original form of this surname was Hoàng. But in southern Vietnam, Hoàng was ordered to be changed (excluding the Hoàng Trọng family) to Huỳnh due to a naming taboo with t...Huang Feihu 黃飛虎, General of Shang dynasty and later of Zhou dynasty, Prince of Wu'cheng 國武成王 and Great Emperor of the Mount Tai "Dongyue Taishan Tianqi Rensheng Dadi" 東嶽泰山天齊仁聖大帝 who oversees the fo...Huang Gun 黃滾, General of Shang dynasty and later of Zhou dynasty in Chinese classic novel Fengshen Yanyi (The Investiture of the Gods)Huang Rong 黃蓉, Daughter of Huang Yaoshi and Beggars' Sect's chief in Jin Yong's wuxia novel The Legend of the Condor Heroes and its sequel The Return of the Condor HeroesHuang Xin 黃信, Nickname: "Guardian of the Three Mountains", Scouting general of the Liangshan cavalry, 38th of the 108 Liangshan heroes and Deity of Di'sha Star 地煞星 in Water Margin, one of the Four...
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New technologies introduced with 802.11ac include the following: 1. Extended channel binding 1.1. Optional 160 MHz and mandatory 80 MHz channel bandwidth for stations; cf. 40 MHz maximum in 802.11n. 2. More MIMO spatial streams 2.1. Support for up to eight spatial streams (vs. four in 802.11n) 3. Downlink multi-user MIMO (MU-MIMO, allows up to four...
1. Borrowed from the 802.11a/802.11g specifications: 1.1. 800 ns regular guard interval 1.2. Binary convolutional coding(BCC) 1.3. Single spatial stream 2. Newly introduced by the 802.11ac specification: 2.1. 80 MHz channel bandwidths
1. Borrowed from the 802.11n specification: 1.1. Two to four spatial streams 1.2. Low-density parity-check code(LDPC) 1.3. Space–time block coding(STBC) 1.4. Transmit beamforming (TxBF) 1.5. 400 ns short guard interval (SGI) 2. Newly introduced by the 802.11ac specification: 2.1. five to eight spatial streams 2.2. 160 MHz channel bandwidths (contiguous 80+80) 2.3. 80+80 MHz channel bonding (discontiguous 80+80) 2.4. MCS 8/9 (256-QAM)
The single-link and multi-station enhancements supported by 802.11ac enable several new WLAN usage scenarios, such as simultaneous streaming of HD video to multiple clients throughout the home, rapid synchronization and backup of large data files, wireless display, large campus/auditorium deployments, and manufacturing floor automation. With the in...
Wave 2, referring to products introduced in 2016, offers a higher throughput than legacy Wave 1 products, those introduced starting in 2013. The maximum physical layertheoretical rate for Wave 1 is 1.3 Gbit/s, while Wave 2 can reach 2.34 Gbit/s. Wave 2 can therefore achieve 1 Gbit/s even if the real world throughput turns out to be only 50% of the ...
Several companies are currently offering 802.11ac chipsets with higher modulation rates: MCS-10 and MCS-11 (1024-QAM), supported by Quantenna and Broadcom. Although technically not part of 802.11ac, these new MCS indices are expected to become official in the 802.11ax standard (~2019), the successor to 802.11ac.[needs update] 160 MHz channels, and ...
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Quantenna released the first 802.11ac chipset for retail Wi-Fi routers and consumer electronics on November 15, 2011. Redpine Signals released the first low power 802.11ac technology for smartphone application processors on December 14, 2011. On January 5, 2012, Broadcom announced its first 802.11ac Wi-Fi chips and partners and on April 27, 2012, Netgear announced the first Broadcom-enabled router. On May 14, 2012, Buffalo Technology released the world’s first 802.11ac products to market, rel...
On June 7, 2012, it was reported that Asus had unveiled its ROG G75VX gaming notebook, which would be the first consumer-oriented notebook to be fully compliant with 802.11ac(albeit in its "draft 2.0" version). Apple began implementing 802.11ac starting with the MacBook Air in June 2013, followed by the MacBook Pro and Mac Prolater that year. As of December 2013,[update] Hewlett-Packardincorporates 802.11ac compliance in laptop computers.802.11ac Technology Introduction white paper Archived 2016-03-14 at the Wayback Machine
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The people made promises to their gods at the start of each year that they would return borrowed objects and pay their debts. The Romans began each year by making promises to the god Janus, for whom the month of January is named. In the medieval era, the knights took the "peacock vow" at the end of the Christmas season each year to re-affirm their ...
The 1671 diary of Anne Halkettincludes an entry on January 2nd titled "Resolutions," which contained a number of religious pledges taken primarily from bible verses, such as “I will not offend any more.” By the beginning of the 19th century, the tendency of people to make (and fail to keep) resolutions was commonly known and satirized. Walker’s Hib...
In a 2014 report, 35% of participants who failed their New Year's Resolutions admitted they had unrealistic goals, 33% of participants did not keep track of their progress, and 23% forgot about them; about one in 10 respondents claimed they made too many resolutions. A 2007 study by Richard Wiseman from the University of Bristol involving 3,000 peo...
Lego Monkie Kid is an animated television series series inspired by Monkey King and Journey to the West and produced by Flying Bark Productions to coincide with the release of the theme's Lego sets. The series premiered on TV3 in Malaysia on 13 September 2020, debuted on Channel 9 in Australia on 13 March 2021 and debuted on CITV in the United Kingdom on 9 May 2022.
Children of Muhammad. The children of Muhammad include the three sons and four daughters of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.  The common view is that all were born to Muhammad's first wife Khadija bint Khuwaylid, except one son, named Ibrahim, who was born to Maria al-Qibtiyya.   Most Shia Muslims, however, hold that Fatima was the only ...