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  • A Brief Note On The Quality Of Service

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    Abstract: The Quality of service in general refers to capability to provide flawless, fast and consistent communication across the network. The factors that influence QoS are error rates, bandwidth, throughput, transmission delay, availability, jitter, etc. Any network must provide secure and reliable service and to achieve this it needs to consider the above factors. Hence we can say that the QoS of a network is a set of factors to efficiently use the resources of the network. I am using the above

  • LTE-ADVANCED Introduction: With the increase in the demands for high capacities, the mobile

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    belong to different frequency bands. These are depicted in the figure below: Fig: Carrier Aggregation in LTE advanced networks Extended MIMO: The MIMO systems use multiple antennas at both transmitter and the receiver in order to increase the bit rate and the throughput. LTE can support up to 4 x 4 MIMO, whereas LTE-advanced can have a maximum of 8 x 8 MIMO for downlink and 4 x 4 MIMO for the uplink. This

  • Disadvantages Of Wireless Technology

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    generation is to provide to link with persons at every corner of globe with set of quality services. Today we are in Fourth Generation; it is categorized based on its characteristic services and features like transmission signals, data transmission rate, bandwidth frequency and nature of the services provided. First generation (1G) is introduced in 1980, so each generation had been comes at the end of every decade. First generation used analog signals, circuit switching and FDMA with 30 kHz channels

  • Html5 Analysis

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    How to easily convert MOV to Html5 Description: Do you want to convert MOV to Html5? You would have some reasons for the conversion process. But what about the software you going to use and its advantages are flexible with your work? Introduction: Html5 – The foremost technology you haven’t get the real dream of online picture before some era. But now! It is possible for all to get the visuals from the dream which our ancients were in thought process before same era. It is nothing but a web development

  • 802.11ac Migration Guide

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    Aruba Migration Guide 802.11AC MIGRATION GUIDE 802.11ac Aruba Migration Guide Table of Contents Introduction 802.11AC basics Why 802.11ac? 802.11ac technology overview Backward compatibility RF spectrum Multistation MAC throughput > 1 Gbps 256 QAM Wider channels More spatial streams Downlink multi-user MIMO Pros of 802.11ac Cons of 802.11ac Strategy and planning for 802.11ac migration Site planning basics Planning process Minimum requirements and actions to implement 802.11ac Aruba

  • Implementing A Proactive Push Scheme Based On The Http / 2 Server Push

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    The first paper proposed a proactive push scheme based on the HTTP/2 server-push feature, the second paper, on the other hand, improved the push method from fixed numbers into adaptive numbers based on multiple factors. In this section, we will compare two outstanding papers with different parameters in the following four metrics: (a) Number of requests The definition of number of requests is the total number of HTTP requests sent by the client during the streaming of the video. This metric measures

  • Different Methods of Communication

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    Different methods of communication 1.0 Introduction Communication can be considered as one of the most important parts of human life that has evolved during the history of our existence. Different methods of communication from smoke signal to sign languages to face to face communication have played an important part in our lives. Rapid development in the technology field caused evolution of electronic communication and we started to develop better and faster tools and methods to communicate with

  • Benefits And Downfalls Of The United States

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    The data transfer rate is very important because it regulates our devices and technologies we use. In general, the data transfer rate reflects changes and improvements in digital technologies, where newer systems, such as solid-state electronics, have resulted in much higher data transfer rates within only a few decades. Often, people mistake transfer rate with broadband, nevertheless, they are two different things working in slightly different ways. Transfer rate looks at the amount of data

  • Effects Of Latency On The Road Trip

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    Terabits (Tbps), fastest recorded per second data transfer rate to date, 43 Tbps, by Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in 2014. Latency or delay is a true measure of Internet speed. Latency is the amount of time/delay to send information from one point to the next. Latency is usually measured in milliseconds (ms). On, those Internet speed tests mentioned earlier this is referred to as the ping rate. Bandwidth does tie into latency and overall speed. To explain this a little easier we will use

  • Improving the Overlapping Basic Service Set Problem Essay

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    The problem becomes intense when there are many OBSS using the same channel. The wide range WLAN usage has caused “tragedy of commons” problem especially at public places. OBSS cause problems such as low efficiency, higher congestion and low data rate. OBSS is a problem for 802.11 when it is intended to use for applications which require QoS. EDCA does not solve this problem as it does not require other BSSs to coordinate. Admission control only solves bandwidth allocation problem within a single