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Category Archives: Computer Networks

In computing networks, IP addressing and sub-networks are linked ideas. The subnet is the act of dividing a network into smaller subnets, or subnets, while… Read More
4G and 5G are both generations of mobile communication technology that offer high-speed wireless connectivity to mobile devices. 4G, or the fourth generation, is the… Read More
When it comes to networking, two terms that are “access port” and “trunk port” arises in our mind. They both sound familiar but both of… Read More
Pre-requisites: How Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) works? ARP is a communication mechanism that is used to translate a network address, such as an IP address,… Read More
The Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol (L2CAP) is a layer in the Bluetooth stack that provides crucial services for communication between Bluetooth devices. L2CAP… Read More
Pre-requisites: WSN, Sensor Network Architecture The objective of data gathering in the sensor network is to transmit the sensed data from each sensor node to… Read More
Pre-requisites: SCTP, Difference between SCTP and TCP Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) is a connection-oriented network protocol for transmitting multiple streams of data simultaneously between… Read More
A Cyber-Physical System (CPS) is a system that integrates physical and computational components to monitor and control the physical processes seamlessly. In other words, A… Read More
 A Cyber-Physical System (CPS) is a type of system that integrates physical and computational components to monitor and control the physical processes in a seamless… Read More
The theoretical minimal sampling rate at which a finite bandwidth signal can be sampled to retain all information and reconstructed from its sample without any… Read More
Slotted ALOHA is an improved version of the pure ALOHA protocol that aims to make communication networks more efficient. In this version, the channel is… Read More
The ALOHA protocol was first developed at the University of Hawaii in the early 1970s for packet radio networks. However, it can be used in… Read More
The Friis Equation is a mathematical formula used in the field of wireless communication engineering to calculate the power received at a receiver antenna from… Read More
The Principles of Network Applications are fundamental concepts that govern the design and development of applications that run on a computer network. These principles encompass… Read More
Pre-requisites: Cryptography and its Types MD scheme(discovered by Ralph Merkle) is used to build collision-resistant cryptographic hash functions from collision-resistant one-way compression functions. It is… Read More

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