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In the process of networking, wired and wireless both are useful methods. However, wired methods are proven more effective than wireless. But while networking, it’s… Read More
The Pilot channel in wireless communication technology is a type of a wireless unmodulated spectrum signal transmitted by the CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) from… Read More
VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. It is used to establish a secure and protected connection with the public and the private area network of… Read More
A Router is a networking device that fulfills the need for devices to share files and forward data packets between devices over computer networks. Routers… Read More
Network security is important for office, home, and business networks. The problem is at the utmost places wireless communication is used or we can say… Read More
Deadlocks are the fundamental problems in distributed systems. A Deadlock is a situation where a set of processes are blocked as each process in a… Read More
A file system is a system where data is stored persistently. In this article, we will see the concept of File service architecture in distributed… Read More
Practically all organizations utilize radio waves for information transmission, e.g., GSM at 900, 1800, and 1900 MHz, DECT at 1880 MHz and so on Radio… Read More
In this article, we will see the concept of Exception Handling in Distributed Systems in detail. The exception is defined as an abnormal condition that… Read More
A Distributed System is a Network of Machines that can exchange information with each other through Message-passing. It can be very useful as it helps… Read More
A computer networking protocol helps the users to establish the rules for the data transmission between two users. The main purpose of the computer networking… Read More
MSS and MTU are two types of important factors and aspects in computer networking that determine the size of each data packet or block to… Read More
A Wireless Access Point (WAP) is a networking device that allows connecting the devices with the wired network. A Wireless Access Point (WAP) is used… Read More
The Data-link layer is the second layer from the bottom in the OSI (Open System Interconnection) network architecture model. It is responsible for the node-to-node… Read More
In this article, we will go through the concept of scheduling and load balancing in distributed systems in detail. Scheduling in Distributed Systems: The techniques… Read More

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