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The Structure of a wireless communication link involves several key components that work together and maintains the connection between the transmitter and the receiver. Every… Read More
Pre-requisites: Difference between LAN, MAN, and WAN A computer network is a system that connects numerous independent computers in order to share information (data) and… Read More
Radio Waves are types of electromagnetic Radiation. they are produced by the acceleration of electromagnetic charges. Radio waves play an important role in communication, navigation,… 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: 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
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
NAT stands for Network Address Translation. NAT is a technique used to connect networks together, it is typically used when a device on a private… Read More
Pre-requisites: Fibre Channel, FCP (Fibre Channel Protocol) Fibre Channel is a high-speed data transfer protocol providing in-order, lossless delivery of raw block data. Fibre Channel… Read More
Demand Access Multiple Access is generally used for the earth stations where the traffic condition of that particular station is been changing continuously. It is… Read More
Pre-requisites: What is Network Congestion? Common Causes and How to Fix Them?, TCP Congestion Control Congestion and flow control are two important issues that can… Read More
FDMA is a type of channelization protocol. This bandwidth is divided into various frequency bands. Each station is allocated a band to send data and… Read More
Network Topology and Network Protocols are closely related but distinct concepts in the field of computer networking. Network Topology refers to the physical and logical… Read More
Network congestion refers to a situation in which a network experiences an excessive amount of traffic, resulting in a reduction of available bandwidth and increased… Read More

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