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    The U.S is the known as one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world, yet the U.S has one of the slowest and most expensive internet speeds. Japan, whose internet bandwidth averages 81 Megabytes per second (MBPS) is very cheap at $0.40 per MBPS compared to the pricey and slow internet speeds of the U.S at 15 MBPS for $5.66 per MBPS. That is almost six times slower and 14 times more expensive than Japan. There are many possible solutions ranging from expensive options such as Google Fiber, Sony ‘Nuro’, Fiber-to-the-home (FTTH), and inexpensive options like local service providers contributing to the increase in internet bandwidth. Many people grew up with either dial up connection or satellite connection. Having said this,…

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    predictable network service by providing dedicated bandwidth, controlled jitter and latency, and improved packet loss characteristics. The basic idea is to pre-allocate resources (processor and buffer space) for sensitive data. Each of the following schemes require customized configuration of output interface queues [8]. • First In First Out (FIFO): the simplest form, which also known as first-come, first-served (FCFS) queuing, involves buffering and forwarding of packets in the order of…

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    these claims seem awesome, they also have down sides. Most internet service providers offer payment tiers to their subscribers. Payment tiers are multiple levels of service a costumer can purchase, so for example someone who just wants to web browse are able to pay for a lower bandwidth (speed of the service), while someone who want to play online videogames will have the option to pay more for a higher bandwidth. Internet service provider’s argument is with total net neutrality, this payment…

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    signals to occupy a transmission channel and optimizing the use of available bandwidth. Therefore, the receiver separates the signals from the users by cross correlation of the received signal with each of the user unique code sequences. If the code sequence is designed to have a small cross correlation, it can minimize the crosstalk inherent. There is a spreading signal in code-division multiple access (CDMA) systems…

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    an important role with connecting users to the digital world. While it remains as the most popular technology for networking, it is crucial to understand the limit of certain wireless protocols and how it works in different situations. The most recent Wi-Fi protocol that this report will focus on is, 802.11ac, also known to be the next generation for wireless networks to be equipped with new technologies that could provide faster speeds, capacity, and range. The predecessor, 802.11n, wireless…

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    Throughout our research, we have found how cognitive ability tests, interviews, and other hiring practices may lead to discrimination. We now know that some cognitive ability tests are prone to age-based adverse impacts. In order to avoid discrimination, management must be aware of how age differences influence cognitive ability test scores. Furthermore, the amount of bandwidth media involved in interviews can effect discrimination. High bandwidth media outlets such as face-to-face interviews…

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    Assignment 2 Data Communication- Net Centric Question 1 CDMA is what that have a several protocols that was used in the 2G and 3G wireless communication. CDMA is a service that provide all the communication overall and it also provide in major service in network capacity. CDMA service is mostly used in Cell phone and it can be easily be used for communicating terminal with two base stations. CDMA is a form of multiplexing, which allow a number of signals to work on a single transmission…

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    Firstly, Inglehart’s (1971) scarcity hypothesis claims that people tend to focus on materialistic values during times of scarcity (p. 216). As we learned in this course, we have a limited mental bandwidth and if scarcity depletes all this limited capacity, there is no mental bandwidth left. As Good’s (2007) findings revealed, people with materialistic values were both heavier TV viewers and more apathetic to the natural environmental problems. If some form of scarcity was to blame, participant’s…

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    between two elements of antennas is 0.270 at 3.1GHz for the UWB operation. To enhance isolation and increase bandwidth impedance, fork shaped stub added in the ground plane of the antenna. Due to interference of WIMAX (3.3-3.7 GHZ) and WLAN (5.2-5.8 GHz) on UWB dual band notch function is perform. For achieving the dual band notch characteristics, trekking slot cut in the patch with feed and C- shaped strip are placed adjacently to the feed line of the antenna. Due to fork shaped stub in…

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    ITM 301 Lab & Assignment 2 Deqa Yusuf Student #:500566949 Part A: Both CAT5 and CAT5e are UTP cables but the difference between these 2 cables is the quality. CAT5 has a 100 MHz signaling while CAT5e can have a signaling rate of up to 350 MHz. Not only that but the wiring is different as well, the CAT5 has simple wiring while the CAT5e has copper wiring. In short the CAT5e is a much more advanced cable compared to the CAT5. The CAT6 cable is a cable that has 4 wires which are covered in foil,…

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