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  • Differences in Telecommunication Terms Essay

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    This paper will attempt to define and contrast the following terms: a.     Synchronous and asynchronous b.     Analog and digital c.     XON and XOFF d.     Simplex and duplex e.     Serial and parallel transmission f.     Baseband and broadband g.     Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP) and Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) h

  • Essay On Multi Diversity Techniques

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    The combining diversity techniques are used to increase the performance of wireless or wired communication system by collected all the uncorrelated faded signal from different diversity branches and combine them all in such a way that improve the communication system and in results gives the optimize received signal power and signal to noise ratio (SNR). Depending on the sophistication of the system, the signals can be added directly (equal gain combining) or weighted and added coherently (maximal-ratio

  • Swisscom Swot Analysis Of Swisscom

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    That’s mean this mobile service provider is current item, and we know that is Swisscom is the number one Telecommunication in Switzerland, and definitely Swisscom has trusted by customers, because Swisscom has long become telecommunication company in Switzerland and have many benefits for customer. 3. SWOT Analysis Strengths 1. Strong Market Presence in home market 2. Strong Customer Base with more than 6 million versatile

  • Motorola Solutions, Inc.

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    Motorola Solutions, Inc. is an American data communications and telecommunications equipment provider. Motorola was a giant in the mobile industry, however, it has returned to its roots of providing communications equipment for public safety. Motorola sold its enterprise unite in 2014, which consisted of mobile computers, tables, and barcode scanners, and focuses on its public safety and commercial customers. Today, Motorola designs, and makes two-way radio systems, wireless broadband products used

  • Analysis Of Eisaalat

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    effectiveness of the service and what can be suggested to recover each issue and develop the quality and profitability. 2. Etisalat Profile Etisalat Telecommunication Corporation is a multinational public corporation, which has a wide range of products and services provided to its users globally and domestically. Etisalat is one of the biggest telecommunication companies in the world,

  • Mission Statement Of Nepal Telecom

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    Although above mention both companies are telecommunication companies but their mission is different.Nepal telecom has its mission to help in social,political and economic development of country.Its mission statement clears that it has not any aim to expand its business internationally rather aiming to

  • Financial Analysis: Bharti Airtel And Reliance Communications

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    Executive Summary The telecommunication plays an important role in today’s market. In the last few years, change has taken place in the ownership structure of telecommunications companies from public monopolies to private companies. The rapid development of mobile networks and video and Internet technologies has created enormous competitive pressure on the companies. As new competitors come to industry, companies need intelligent tools to gain an advantage which is competitive in nature. Also,

  • Fiber-Optic Telecommunications Systems

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    Senior Science Research Project Aaron Aherne-Williams Fibre-Optic Telecommunications Systems: Fibre-optic telecommunications is simply a method of transmitting information from one place to another extremely fast. This is done by shooting pulses of light through an optical fibre. Creating the optical signal involving the use of a transmitter, relaying the signal along the fiber, ensuring that the signal does not become too distorted or weak, receiving the optical signal, and converting it

  • Critical And First Steps Of Key Account Management

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    to a relationship based selling in the business-to business market .it is attentive on embedding with customers and building long-term win-win relationships emerging due to advancements in technology and increased competition. Key account management is an approach to understand those customers who are strategically important to the business and building win –win long term relationships with them to achieve a common goal. Key Account Management is not a simple seller-buyer relationship but also to involve

  • Strategic Strategy And Strategy: Strategic Analysis Of Mobilink

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    AND POLICY MEHREENMARYAM 14001205002 BISMA ASIF 14017092017 6/15/2015 ABSTRACT: Mobilink is the leading telecommunication organization in the pakistan with the highest market share. In this study we analyse the strategies implemented in Mobilink through different strategic tools like SWOT, Porter’s five forces, PEST, BCG matrix and prevailing Mobilink’s strategies