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  • Inter Symbol Interference Analysis

    Morse first noticed it on the transatlantic telegraph cables transmitting messages using dots and dashes and it has not gone way since. He handled it by just slowing down the transmission. Amplitude Time Figure 8 101101 transmitted data Figure 8 shows a data sequence, 1,0,1,1,0, which wish to be sent. This sequence is in form of square pulses. Square pulses are nice as an abstraction…

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  • Three Major Manufacturing Process: Subformive, Subditive And Subtractive Processs

    Three main manufacturing processes exist; formative, subtractive and additive processes. These manufacturing processes can be divided by the type of action or actions required to produce the final part. Formative processes form the material into the desired shape, either by using dies or moulds. Examples of formative processes are stamping, forging, drawing, rolling or extruding. Subtractive processes on the other hand remove layers of material to form the final part. Turning, milling, grinding,…

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  • The Importance Of The World Wide Web

    The World Wide Web is fairly intricate. The World Wide Web was first invented in 1989 by Tim Berners-Lee, at first “he fashioned a kind of “hypertext” notebook. Words in a document could be linked to other files on Berners-Lee’s computer” (128) Berner-Lee’s mind grow and he decide to try and take his finding to the next level by linking other computers to his thus came Hypertext Markup Language (128). Berner-Lee was very intelligent with his invention because he even formed rules for the World…

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  • Network Topology Advantages And Disadvantages

    In today’s world we are exchanging data and communicating faster than ever before. In a click of a button we can send and receive messages or even video chat. Any device that can be connected to a network has the power to do so. Continuing our technology advancements, we always have the need to upgrade and improve our networks for many reasons. There are a lot more households using Local Area Networks (LAN) in this generation than past generations. Within a Local Area Network there are a few…

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  • Disadvantages Of Intra Body Communication

    In Intra-body communication the transmission medium used is human body, which has made much attention in personal area network(PAN).Since the signals pass through human body, the noise or the disturbances that interrups,obstructs,or the limits that effect the performance and interference is less to wireless technologies because the data is largely contained /transmitted with help of human skin. The characteristics of intra body communication are superior to those of other radio-based network…

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  • Algorithm: Exponential Growth Of The Internet And The World Wide Web

    improved communications throughout the network and allowed all computers to easily communicate with one another. Another technology that helped expand the ARPANET to more users in a specific location was the development of the Ethernet. Ethernet is a coaxial cable that is still used today in many local area networks. Ethernet is highly effective in moving data from one computer to another at high speeds. During the 1980’s the Internet grew exponentially, one reason included the various technical…

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  • Hotel Management System Case Study

    AN OVERVIEW OF TELEMATICS 1.1 INTRODUCTION Telematics established in 1987 and later acquired by Bahri & Mazroei is a provider of Converged Building Systems, which covers ICT Systems (Information and Communication Technology) like Structured Cabling, Data Networks, Telephoning, etc. and ELV (Extra Low Voltage) Systems like Security, Fire, BMS, Guest Room Management Systems and Car Park etc. Telematics has “ISO 9001:2008; ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007 certification” and it’s arena…

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  • Ethical Effects Of Teleportation Technology

    in 1998, were successful in conducting the first teleportation experiment by teleporting a photon. As was earlier predicted by Charles Bennet, the original scanned photon was destroyed after the replica appeared on the other end of the one metre coaxial cable (California Institute of Technology, 1998). The current developments include the combination of quantum teleportation with other components such as telecommunication and quantum physics, producing promising and astounding results. The…

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  • S-97 Raider: History And Development Of The Armed Aerial Scout Program

    HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT In March 2010, the Armed Aerial Scout program made a request for information for an advanced helicopter. As a response Sikorsky proposed its Sikorsky S-97 Raider. Four years later, the company finally unveiled the first full production model of the groundbreaking scout and attack helicopter in the company’s facility in West Palm Beach, Florida. The objective set for the new aircraft is to replace the army’s OH-58D Kiowa Warrior. However, specialists think that if the…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The Internet

    More than 100 countries are linked into exchanges of data, news and opinions. Unlike online services, which are centrally controlled, the Internet is decentralized by design. Each Internet computer, called a host, is independent. Its operators can choose which Internet services to use and which local services to make available to the global Internet community. Remarkably, this anarchy by design works exceedingly well. There are a variety of ways to access the Internet. Most online services,…

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