I'm in a thing call TEAMS Engineering. Basically there's 8 people on a team and we get 1 hour 30 mins to answer questions about 10 college level engineering problems (each w/ several questions) (we're are in high school). We're allowed to bring in any texts/info we want but it's so hard 50% is incredibly good. They've given us the problem statements beforehand and the 2 me and my partner are doing are wireless communitcations, and fire protection engineering. I was wondering if anyone could give me any background or tell what concepts to look at that would give us an advantage. Here is more specific info: Wireless comm- As a member of the engineering group in a local wireless communications company, you are required to conduct tradeoff studies on the performance of available radio equipment to satisfy the fixed and mobile wireless communications requirements of your customers. This requires you to investigate various aspects of the system performance, from the perspective of both the system operator and the customer. Fire: An insurance company for a large bank has hired your Fire Protection Engineering firm to provide consulting services for a suspicious fire in the bank's headquarters'building. Your team must investigate the causes and sources of a fire.