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Bandwidth Aggregation: study and comparison of techniques that use bandwidth aggregation to increase bandwidth
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...BANDWIDTH AGGREGATION: STUDY AND COMPARISON OF TECHNIQUES THAT USE BANDWIDTH AGGREGATION TO INCREASE BANDWIDTH   University/College Date Abstract The demand of high speed internet and fast means of communication are fundamental requirements. One method to increase the speed of networks is discussed in the paper. The concern of paper is based on the learning about the bandwidth and bandwidth aggregation techniques. In the study, bandwidth aggregation techniques are explored to get understanding on bandwidth aggregation. Further comparison is made on the explored...
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In networking communications, packet switching is more flexible than circuit switching because of the full potential bandwidth, error free data transfer and multiple communication sessions
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...bandwidth that would help in the establishment of a connection. Another name for the bandwidth is Channel (Shao, Jones & Melhem, 2009). One of the properties of circuit switching makes it less preferable to packet switching is that circuit switching is inefficient. The channel assigns and dedicates the whole of its capacity during the entire time of a connection (Furukawa, et al., 2010). This means that in the even that there is no data going through the channel, the capacity of the channel goes to waste. This makes circuit switching to perform below the desired efficiency levels... Networking Communications al Affiliation) Networking Communications Research has provided evidence that circuit switching...
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Data Transmission
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...bandwidth, noise, error rate and data rate. Noise includes intermodulation, thermal, impulse and crosstalk. Noise is mainly expected at the link; hence... Channel Capa Channel Capa Channel Capa is the data transmission rate over a given path or communication or channel (Stallings, 2006). Any given system of communication has a maximum information rate C or channel capacity. The focus is mainly on how fast one can transmit information or data over a communication channel. If a source transmits r messages in a second, and the message entropy is H bits at a message, the rate of information (R) will by R=rH. However there are several factors that affect channel capacity(Stallings, 2006). These include...
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Improving the efficiency of light distribution in PON for service delivery in Fiber to the Home (FTTH) environments
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...bandwidth bottleneck problems. The fundamental concepts on EPONs are presented at the beginning of the article, followed by discussions on EPON architectures and available upstream channel solutions. Several bandwidth allocation algorithms are then presented at the last part of the report. INTRODUCTION The telecommunications industry has experienced a tremendous growth in bandwidth capacity in the past few years because of developments... Improving PON Efficiency in FTTx Networks Email Supervisor’s Email Department, Address This article discusses how Ethernet Passive Optical Network (EPON) technology is utilized in implementing fiber to the home/ curb/ building (FTTx) solutions for “last mile”...
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Ethernet Passive Optical Network
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...bandwidth bottleneck problems. The fundamental concepts on EPONs are presented at the beginning of the article, followed by discussions on EPON architectures and available upstream channel solutions. Several bandwidth allocation algorithms are then presented at the last part of the report. INTRODUCTION The telecommunications industry has experienced a tremendous growth in bandwidth capacity in the past few years because of developments... Improving PON Efficiency in FTTx Networks Email Supervisor's Email Department, Address This article discusses how Ethernet Passive Optical Network (EPON) technology is utilized in implementing fiber to the home/ curb/ building (FTTx) solutions for "last mile"...
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Spread Spectrum in Cellular technology and spread spectrum technology in WLAN
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...bandwidth in a frequency domain. This results in a signal with a wider bandwidth, which translates into more reliable and secure communication through a higher signal to noise ratio. Spread spectrum transmissions are usually transmitted in frequency-division multiplexed format. Originally developed to improve the reliability and security of radio transmissions, they occupy a much larger bandwidth than the traditional radio modems do. This means that they can share the transmission medium with other spread-spectrum and traditional radio transmissions. Spread spectrum and cellular technologies When it comes to telecommunication... Spread spectrum technology entails propagating a signal at a specific...
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DSL Services In my Area
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...bandwidth and the popularity of use between the two. The internet bandwidth speeds for the two types of connectivity vary greatly in the Upper Marlboro area. A cable modem... DSL Services in my Area al Affiliation A Digital subscriber line (DSL) is a networking device often used to connect a router or computer to the internet. This is accomplished using a telephone line which normally provides the digital services to the end-user (subscriber). On the other hand, a cable modem is a technological device that provides bi-directional communication of data within a data distribution network. Both DSL and cable modem services are used to provide broadband internet services to prospective clients in most...
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Signal Transmission
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...Bandwidth The level of signals The quality of channel (considering noise level) As the bandwidth of the channel increases, the capacity of the channel to send data increases. It can be said that in order to achieve the maximum data rate, the bandwidth of the channel should be kept maximum. The levels of the signals also influence the data transmission rate through the channel. If the levels of signals are increased in a channel, the distortion within the channel increases due to the increased risk of frequent errors. The reliability of the system decreases as the probability of the error decreases... Signal Transmission Maximum data rate depends on the three main factors that are: The available Bandwidth...
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Unit 5 Case Study Assignment 1
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...bandwidth solutions, which is very crucial in promoting effective networking services. On the other hand, dedicated lease lines are also good option as they support low overhead along with high bandwidth (Bagad and Dhotre, 2010). Some of the key requirements... by the president of Canyon College is that he can participate in several classes and be able to use a telephone while at a home office. This means, there is a need for WAN option that will support data, voice and video transfer over a network. To achieve this crucial requirement it is recommended that a WAN technology called, Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is put into use (Bagad and Dhotre, 2010). The ATM technology fits well in...
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Collaboration Systems at Isuzu Australia Limited
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...bandwidth, web presence, automation, and the establishment of an intranet (Taylor, 1997). Once the challenges are known, they can be overcome, though at first it may seem like the issues are insurmountable; by taking each one, one at a time, those seemingly insurmountable issues are easily resolved. The issues that will be specifically addressed are bandwidth and the establishment of an intranet. The first step is to look at whether or not the company’s network can handle the increased bandwidth that will be used... ? Collaboration Systems at Isuzu Australia Limited (School) 25 February This paper will cover some of the challenges faced when implementing groupware, the differences between dashboards and...
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Method of Implementing QoS
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...bandwidth and have left the entire networks craving for more bandwidth and capacity accommodation. In such case the need is ever higher to ensure a smooth flow based on the category. Data loss, delays are few of the events that could take place as a result of absence... ?Q.O.S a networking terminology and acronym for Quality of Service, is a concept that is utilized for purpose of improving the overall performance ofthe network through a specially adapted mechanism. The mechanism is based on segmenting and putting forward the data in the pipe line that is of higher importance and need. Purpose With too much reliance on the video data and other heavy natured content, these resources eat too much of...
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Basic Video Streaming Problems
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...bandwidth, delay or packet loss. It works on a “best effort service” (Apostolopoulos et al. 2002). These are considered to be variable factors that change with respect to the quality of internet connection. There have been many researches carried out over the years to induce more reliability and consistency in video streaming. These three issues are discussed in detail: 2.1 Bandwidth As stated earlier, the bandwidth between two nodes is variable and might not be known. This variability causes problems in the traffic flow from one point... Video Streaming and problems associated with it Introduction Video streaming has become very common on the World Wide Web. It has become a popularsource for viewing...
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Web 2.0
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...bandwidth demands? Retrieved from https://www.phoenix.edu/colleges_divisions/technology/articles/2011/04/wireless-infrastructure-can-our-current-system-handle-bandwidth-demands.html... Head: Web 2.0 Web 2.0 Web 2.0 is a new improvement in internet usage and applicationsthat allows service providers, internet users and organizations to interact (University of Phoenix, 2011). According to Exforsys Inc (2007) the improvement allows users to participate in building the web content, the public can add information into an existing website that has this feature and communicate amongst themselves. Previously, users were not able to modify or add any information on the web which has currently changed technological advancement. One of the major advantages of web 2.0 is that it enhances flow of inform...
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Software updates
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...bandwidth can be inconvenienced, as their computer will download the files consuming bandwidth. Automatic updates can also nag computer users who may be forced to leave their work and attend to the automatic updater. Further, automatic update can slow down the computer when someone is using the computer. The drawbacks of automatic updates are meaningful considering the importance of automatic. Automatic updates ensure that users are well protected from threats, as well as against operating system faults. In a busy... Software Up s s of Learning Software up s Computer security is essential for any computer users, and despite the challenges of keeping oneself up to date, operating systems have an automatic ...
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Function of filter circuit
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...bandwidth of frequencies for an alternating input signal and generate output with a narrower frequency- bandwidth. It also eliminates the alternating current ripple remaining in the output of the rectification of a diode-based alternating current circuit, leading to higher quality signal. (b) Gain on the circuit Gain across two components is derived as Gc = |Hout(jw)| Gc = |(Vout(jw) / Vin(jw) )| Gc = 1 / √ (1 + (wRC) 2) GR = |HR (jw)| GR = |VR (jw) / Vin (jw)| GR = wRC / √ (1 + (wRC)2) Question 2 The function of this diagram This diagram represents the relationship between the capacitor and a resistor... Function of filter circuit A filter circuit server the purpose of producing restrictions on the ban...
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Nyquist/Shannon
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...Bandwidth refers to the highest quantity of data which can be transmitted in a given period of time in a communication channel. On the other hand, speed refers to the amount of time it takes to transfer the data to its required target (Lucas, 2000). It requires that in order to have a high speed of transmission of data, the bandwidth should also be high. For low transmission rates the bandwidth should be low The theorem depicts that after sampling has been done on an analog signal which is band limited, it can then be rightly redeveloped from an unlimited series of samples on condition that the speed of sampling is more than two B samples in every second. However, in case the signal... NYQUIST/SHANNON...
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Choose a method of implementing QoS
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...bandwidth limit for each type, 2) establishing the lowest bandwidth guarantee for each type, 3... ?Running head: INTEGRATED SERVICES MODEL Implementing Quality of Service: Integrated Services Model INTEGRATED SERVICES MODEL 2Implementing Quality of Service by Integrated Services Model Even though many usual applications and protocols are present with enterprise networks, in every network, the amounts and measurements of those traffic forms differ. Additionally, every enterprise may have its individual distinctive application forms on top of the usual ones (Flannagan, 2001). So, the initial phase in implementing quality of service in an enterprise is to examine and determine the traffic forms and classify ...
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DESIGN SCENARIO
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...bandwidth more incrementally; as a result each customer purchases the bandwidth according his / her use. Comcast has sub - divided its services into three classes. These classes offer different services at different bandwidth. These are premium, basic and priority. These services are offered in 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, and 10000 Gbps to Ethernet users and these interfaces and are available in an increment of 1Mbps to 10Gps. The Ethernet service provided by Comcast has the following specifications. It has Ethernet user – to – network interface. This service facilitates provision of bidirectional, full duplex transmission of Ethernet frames using standard IEEE 802.3 Ethernet... Metropolitan- area Ethernet also...
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Tuner circuit tt
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...Bandwidth: The tuned circuit has a Bandwidth (BW), which can be defined as the range between the resonance frequencies. It can be calculated by using this rule: L=47mH,R=470 By situation it is equal to 1591.549 Hz Low cut off frequency (f1): =155720.6296Hz High cut off frequency (f2): =157312.1788Hz Narrow bandwidth 3.Q-factor: The Q factor or the Quality factor refers to the ratio of energy that is in a circuit... Report Tuner circuit Module Module Tariq Almulla ID: For anyone learning or being involved in the use of electricity and electronics, it is crucial for him to have a wide working knowledge of tuner circuits and how they function in electronic devices. Every part of the paper will have...
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Vitual communities and social media q1
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...bandwidth. The use of the internet as a common good... Virtual Community and Social Media Social media is one of the significant instrument and tool for collective action. For instance, it is widely known that the social media participants undergo recruitment through social ties. Specifically, collective actions are beneficial when the population is connected via social media rather than in situations where there is no social connection. Therefore, the collective action asserts that overcoming the problem of free riders need the potential contributors for be highly organized. The organizing potential and the social ties are dependent. This is normally common on the density and frequency ties. The...
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Fast Imaging Techniques (MRI)
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...bandwidth. When the image is optimised by increasing the receiver bandwidth, a number of sequences occur before the required field of view and matrix size of the T2 weighted image is achieved. Receiver bandwidth is generally used to fasten the digitalisation of the MR signals. In this regard, the receiver bandwidth 1 can determine the frequency ranges that will eventually be sampled using the frequency encoding gradient. During the optimization through an increase of receiver bandwidth, the amount of time at the flat top of the gradient... ? Fast Imaging Techniques (MRI) Insert (s) Fast Imaging Techniques (MRI Discuss the chain of consequences if you optimise the image by increasing the receiver...
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Choose a method of implementing QoS
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...bandwidth... Running head: INTEGRATED SERVICES MODEL Implementing Quality of Service: Integrated Services Model INTEGRATED SERVICES MODEL 2 Implementing Quality of Service by Integrated Services Model Even though many usual applications and protocols are present with enterprise networks, in every network, the amounts and measurements of those traffic forms differ. Additionally, every enterprise may have its individual distinctive application forms on top of the usual ones (Flannagan, 2001). So, the initial phase in implementing quality of service in an enterprise is to examine and determine the traffic forms and classify the requisites of each known traffic form. ...
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...bandwidth of around 1%. As the ground plane size decreases ohmic... Integrated Microsystems These systems have revolutionalised control, communication and data processing. The ability of micro-devices to interface with the non-electronic world has been essential to this revolution. Some examples of implantable Microsystems with wireless and by wire include: implantable cardiac defibrillator wireless implantable cortical Microsystems eye pressure sensor for glaucoma Implantable Microsystems uses wireless link such as antennas for data and inductively coupled coils for power transfer. Power transfer is however limited to the subcutaneous transfer where the power is carried through conducting leads to the ...
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Can Go company
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...bandwidth complexities. One way of solving this has to include different stakeholders in the implementation stage. It will erode the possibilities of resistance and hurdles attached to implementation (Crawford, 2003). The second approach is that of involving technical expertise in developing and re-evaluating options in hardware, bandwidth, and software preferences. The third video presents the variance in merging... CanGo Company al Affiliation: In the first video, one of the most apparent issues is order fulfillment. The s are more concerned with satisfaction of their needs in a timely and efficient manner. For this reason, the firm’s management is focusing on its capacity to address such needs in a...
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Ultra-wideband Communication Systems
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...bandwidth, reduced fading from multi-path and low power requirements. The American Military had been using ground breaking radar systems, wall imaging technologies until now. With the evolvement of the new Ultra-wideband (UWB) communication system, the transmission speed has increased by multiple folds bringing about low power dissipation, and low chip space. Looking at the various benefits of the Ultra-wideband (UWB) communication systems, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has recently allocated the 3.1-10.6 GHz spectrum for Ultra Wideband (UWB) application and this has presented a vast opportunity... for a multitude of exhilarating challenges for the communications industry,...
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Types of Wireless Network
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...bandwidths. The network with the highest... ?. Type November 13, Types of Wireless Network What are wireless networks? Wireless networks make the required changes to the data networking and it makes incorporated networks authentic. In easier words, wireless networks is a network that offers networking without any wires as the computers can be connected to networks via radio signals and are portable, i.e. the network can be accessed from different places in a given range. Information compression, portability and access to multiplexing have made wireless networks extremely reliable and easy to use in today’s world ( Wireless Technologies). There are different kinds of networks available at different...
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Crosstalk IT Coursework
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...BANDWIDTH It is the capacity of a transmission medium that indicates volume of information (bits) handled or transmitted per unit time (per second). Though it has different meanings for different scenarios like radio transmissions etc., the most popular definition is given under the context of internet. The internet can be considered as a huge worldwide network of millions of computers so far (i.e. the number is increasing). Generally a user connected to the internet sees it as a cloud and doesn’t know much about the data transfer that takes place over the internet. The localized hub or body to which a user intermediately... ? Definitions Submitted to, Submitted By, of the Submitted on, [March 16th,...
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Video and Music for the Internet
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...Bandwidth is very important when trying to determine how much you should allot in order to properly stream video or audio. Bandwidth is important to remember, because it can affect how well your video or audio is transmitted across the internet. For example, if you are trying to move a hour long feature movie across a 56k connection, the amount of bandwidth is uses would be immense, and result in a slow project for the person trying to stream the audio or video. Videos and audio use much more bandwidth than regular internet surfing and web page hosting, so it is important to keep it in mind when designing pages, video,...
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Video Compression
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...bandwidth to play over networks or the Internet. Many compression schemes exist and have their specific strengths and weaknesses. According to Video/Imaging DesignLine "Video compression algorithms" ("codecs") manipulate video signals to dramatically reduce the storage and bandwidth required while... of Faculty of Video Compression Prepared By: 2008 Contents I. Introduction 3 2. Video Compression Definition: 4 3. The Need for Video Compression 5 4. Video Compression Standards and Techniques 6 5. Problems with Digital Video 11 6. Conclusion and Future Directions 13 Bibliography 15 I. Introduction With the evolution of consumer electronic products, everything became digital audio, telephone, video, photog...
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Network communications
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...bandwidth. Considering the networks, bandwidth is generally data... Network Issues and their functioning DeVry This paper was prepared for CEIS-100 taught by name. Course Project Week #: 2 Network issues and their functioning. Network is a connection between one or more computers with other computers or even other systems, which can provide connection to more computers or just create new network within existent one. There are nodes and servers in a network. Servers provide possibility for working of a network and nodes are computers which included to the network and they should be connected. According to one classification based on the location of a network we can distinguish LANs, WANs, CANs and MANs. A...
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MR4
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...bandwidth of both directions (which may be significantly less than the raw upload bandwidth of network) as well as latency. With the implementation of this technology we are able to provide a better support for the enhanced business administration and efficient working support (Moran). Bibliography Moran, Joseph. "VoIP: A Primer for Small Business." 16 November 2005. SmallBusinessComputing.com. 27 September 2010 .... VoIP: A Primer for Small Business Presently, the modern and novel technology has greatly been improvising all the key sectors of business and enhancing almost all the business functional areas. Under these circumstances the Internet telephony so far is not an innovative technology, still...
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QoS and network monitoring on Linksys consumer devices (Wireless Protocol 802.11e)
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...bandwidth and delay sensitivity. This has been strengthened by the introduction of IEEE 802.11e quality of service enabled infrastructure on wireless LAN. Quality of service implementation is one among the mechanism of ensuring high quality voice and video transmission over the internet protocol. Key words IEEE 802.11e... ?QoS Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has become a realistic substitute for public switched telephone network telephony services. To enhance mobile communication over a network, there has been development of infrastructure to include Video and Voice packet transfer over a wireless network. VoIP protocol, just like other data transmission protocol, is characterized by extreme...
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Multi Protocol Label Switching Simulation
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...bandwidth. So if we look... MPLS SIMULATION Introduction: MPLS, Multi Protocol Label Switching provides a great opportunity for big organizations which delve into telecommunication & data networks. When we talk about telecommunication & data networks, we consider how the data from one place to another will move without interruption. When we attend a telephone call, we receive and send sound signals to each other. Similarly when we attach our computer to the telephone line, not only we can transfer the sound signal but also we can transfer the written information like file transfer, through the modem (modulator & demodulator). Modem converts analog signal to digital signals & digital signal to analog...
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Bandwith Investigation
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...bandwidth of the network, 4 video files were downloaded and their time for downloading recorded. Following are the findings of the four videos that were downloaded from the URL http://www.stargatefan.com/multimedia/index3.html. The downloading was undertaken under two different conditions - with traffic and without traffic. The results for the two scenarios are shown below: 1 to 4 contains the downloading with traffic and 5 to 8 contains the downloading without traffic. The observations are recorded here. A detailed comparative table of the two scenarios is enlisted in section 9. 1. Video 1 Video 1 was of a file size of 6.5mb. Figure1.1: Screen shot... PART A Investigation In investigating the...
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Advantages & Disadvantages of JavaScript
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...bandwidth. The bandwidth gets saved up to maximum level yet the code is executed at a fast rate on the processor of user. During web searches...  Advantages & Disadvantages of JavaScript Introduction: JavaScript is a dynamic form of computer language which is used in the purpose of programming. JavaScript has emerged as a leading language that has been used frequently because of its feasibility to target audience. JavaScript had reached a new level of popularity after its adoption from Microsoft as a diverse language for scripting on client side. Due to increment in programming presently, deeper effects of JavaScript has been highlighted regarding its advantages and disadvantages (Quigley, 2004, p. ...
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LAN Networks
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...bandwidth levels, security, management, noise susceptibility, cost (maintenance and initial purchase) and even other physical factors like the distance between repeaters to ensure transmission. A good example of their diversity is the type of applications they apply (digital or analogue), where the twisted pair cable is used in analogue voice platforms while the rest adopt a predominantly digital voice application. According to Cache et al., some... LAN Networks al Affiliation) Question One There are a variety of transmission media formats but the core types are fiber optics, twisted pair cable, wireless and coaxial cables. However, the four mediums differ in a number of factors such as performance,...
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Bandwith Investigation - Comms
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...bandwidth of the network, 4 video files were downloaded and their time for downloading recorded. Following are the findings of the four videos that were downloaded from the URL http://www.stargatefan.com/multimedia/index3.html. The downloading was undertaken under two different conditions – with traffic and without traffic. The results for the two scenarios are shown below: 1 to 4 contains the downloading with traffic and 5 to 8 contains the downloading without traffic. The observations are recorded here. A detailed comparative table of the two scenarios is enlisted in section 9. 1. Video 1 Video 1 was of a file size of 6.5mb. Figure1.1: Screen shot of File... PART A Investigation In investigating the...
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Rapid Freight Analysis
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...bandwidth amongst its offices in the US and the chief data center. In order to fulfill this need, Rapid Freight needs to augment its Ethernet provisions to Gigabit Ethernet. This move is bound to improve the company’s Internet access speed significantly. This is because Gigabit Ethernet grants greater bandwidth for enhanced performance and practically eliminates the event of bottlenecks. In addition, the Ethernet provides full-duplex capabilities, which essentially magnify the efficacy of the bandwidth (Jain, Bakker & Anjum, 2004). With regard to cost-benefit analysis, the acquisition of the Gigabit Ethernet entails low cost, as well as low ownership costs since the bandwidth will have... ? Rapid Freight ...
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Amplifier
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...Bandwidth Bandwidth is described as the level or amount of frequencies with which the amplifier has the capability of amplifying at its most effective position (York 77). The amplifiers should ideally be with a bandwidth that has frequencies in the range that the amplifier is intended to amplify. If the bandwidth is too tapered, the signals will be lost in the said frequencies, and also when the bandwidth... Amplifiers Introduction An amplifier can be described as a device that is used to increase thepower of any signal through the use of an external source of energy (York 12). There are various types of amplifiers that can be found today with different purposes. The amplifiers can be classified in...
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IT Wirless Technologies
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...bandwidths in the 2.4GHzband, there is only one channel of bandwidth 40 MHz left that does not overlap with the other allocated frequencies. b) Solution: (i) Theoretical maximum bit rate is given by, C = B log 2 (1 + S/N) C = 40 * 10^ 6 * log2 (1001) C = 399 Mbps (ii) If the S/N ratio is doubled keeping the bandwidth same, C = 439Mbps Thus, the increase in C is (439 - 399) / 399 that is 10% c) Solution: Assumption: the noise power of each channel whether bonded or un-bonded is assumed to be N and each channel to be non-overlapping. (i) If each... IT - Wireless Technologies Assignment Word count (answers to the questions 1715 Total word count/ word count per page = total number of pages....
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Wireless Protocol Standards
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...bandwidth of 2 Mbps. As a result of this the information transfer was too slow for most applications. Today, ordinary 802.11 wireless products are no longer manufactured due to the lack of demand (Mitchell, 2008). 802.11b: As the technology advanced IEEE expanded on the original 802.11 standard in July 1999... Wireless Protocol Standards Introduction Internet has become a necessity in most people’s life today. With the advancement in technology, it is possible to access emails over the mobiles and also on laptops while on move. However, mobility continues to present new challenges to web designers. Wireless access is a new and upcoming mission in the current years, with varied demand of information by...
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Computer Science
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...Bandwidth consumption attacks. On the other hand, Douligeris and Mitrokotsa advanced the classification to five groups which included Network OS level, Device level, Application level, Data flood, and Protocol feature attack. This can be explained below: 1. Bandwidth-based attacks This often attacks the routers, servers and firewall processing resources and thus limiting them. Normaly, this type of DDoS attacks sent a lot of data which leads to an overload making the network brandwidthto be depleted. There is reduction in the quality of service when there is an overload attack in a system. This is because the normal access is tempered with. 2. Traffic-based attacks This kind... COMPUTER SCIENCE...
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Video and Music for the Internet
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...Bandwidth is very important when trying to determine how much you should allot in order to properly stream video or audio. Bandwidth is important to remember, because it can affect how well your video or audio is transmitted across the internet. For example, if you are trying to move a hour long feature movie across a 56k connection, the amount of bandwidth is uses would be immense, and result in a slow project for the person trying to stream the audio or video. Videos and audio use much more bandwidth than regular internet surfing and web page hosting, so it is important to keep it in mind when designing pages, video,...
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Articles
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...bandwidth without limitations. Consequently, streaming should be allowed if a client’s bandwidth allows him or her to stream. Although this is true considering that clients should get services according to the value of their money, allowing unregulated streaming among internet users might have serious implications on a network (Wheeler 68). Unlike telephone, electricity, and water, the use of internet needs regulation to prevent overcrowding of networks. High number of internet users’ streaming increases slows internet speeds and in order to regulate this, internet service providers might be required... Management Article The article clarifies that internet subscribers should be allowed to use their...
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Networking
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...bandwidth, distance between repeaters, susceptibility to noise, their costs and their security needs (Forouzan et al., 2007). Their differences are highlighted in the table below. Media Type Bandwidth Performance Distance between Repeaters Twisted Pair Cable 1MHz Poor Very short Coaxial Cable 1 GHz Fair Short Wireless 100... Computer Science, Information Technology and Networking al Affiliation) According to Forouzan et al., conventionally, there are four major media formats of transmission. They include, the twisted pair cable, the coaxial cables, wireless and fiber optics. However, they all possess varying characteristics and transmission capacities. The media types differ in terms of performance,...
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Wireless Protocol Standards
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...bandwidth of 2 Mbps. As a result of this the information transfer was too slow for most applications. Today, ordinary 802.11 wireless products are no longer manufactured due to the lack of demand (Mitchell, 2008). 802.11b: As the technology advanced IEEE expanded on the original 802.11 standard in July 1999... Wireless Protocol Standards Introduction Internet has become a necessity in most people's life today. With the advancement in technology, it is possible to access emails over the mobiles and also on laptops while on move. However, mobility continues to present new challenges to web designers. Wireless access is a new and upcoming mission in the current years, with varied demand of information by...
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Amplifier
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...Bandwidth: Bandwidth is described as the level or amount of frequencies with which the amplifier has the capability of amplifying at its most effective position yet (York, 77). The amplifiers should ideally be with a bandwidth that has frequencies in the range that the amplifier is intended... AMPLIFIERS Introduction An amplifier can be described as a device that is used to increase the power of any signal through the use of an external source of energy (York, 12). There are various types of amplifiers that can be found today with different purposes. The amplifiers can be classified in various ways resulting from the ways they are applied, the frequency range that the amplifiers cover and in other cases ...
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Software for wireless devices
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...bandwidth, a restricted memory storage capacity, and limited input capabilities (Turban et al., 2008, 425). The software developers have to anticipate special requirements and design the system differently such as by re-designing the software program to deal with a limited memory, for example. The five major software components necessary in mobile computing include 1) mobile operating system such as Microsoft, Symbian, Linux, and other specialized operating systems, 2) a mobile application user interface which is the application logic in mobile devices to operate the various interface devices such as a mini-joystick, touch screen, thumb wheel... SOFTWARE FOR WIRELESS DEVICES (Electronic Commerce) ID...
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Computer cables
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...bandwidth of 54mbps. 802.11a is very expensive. The 802.11b wireless standard operates 2.4GHz range and presents 11mbps of bandwidth (IEEE, 2015). It is cheaper than the 802.11a wireless standard. Additionally, 802.11g is the dominant 802.11 wireless standard and costs... Unshielded Twisted Pair Network Cable al Affiliation) Some of the environmental conditions that can cause interference toUTP cable include radar signals that disrupt the movement of the cable. External noise or electrical "noise" also interferes with the capacity of a cable to go far (Faber & Rybinski, 2015). Other environmental conditions that disrupt a UTP cable are extreme weather conditions where low temperatures make cables rigid...
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Issue-Based Persuasive Essay
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...bandwidth they use but not lock them out of any site. In lieu to the same ideologies, recent developments have seen quite a number of education commissions and associations come together to create and give authority to institutions to prohibit service providers in the blocking access of lawful content on the web, limiting access speeds or implementing paid prioritization within their premises. At the same time some other colleges even restrict access to their own resource repositories for students’ access or offer free and open access but at very limited speeds. The internet as a platform for higher learning, interaction and collaboration... Free Internet on Campus: How much access restriction is...
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