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    VANET Essay

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    On the off chance that the separation between the hubs is less then it is expected that specific hub is vehicle and it is allowed just perused get to though a hub with a bigger separation is considered as a RSU or base station and given every one of the benefits to get to the information i.e. perused and compose consents, the information and the following succession numbers are encoded utilizing encryption procedures utilizing open key foundation (PKI). On the off chance that any noxious hub goes into the system and tries to get to the information, attempt to show fake personality to send or get messages, its one of a kind id is cross checked with the source id and the information to/from malignant hub is disposed of. The man in the center assault is likewise taken care with the idea of exceptional id. Figure 4. Man in the middle…

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    Ethernet Network Essay

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    diagram illustrates a Local Area Network implemented using an Ethernet connection on a bus topology model. It is a LAN because there is no indication of considerable distance between the computers or departments. It is in Bus topology as since the computers connect to the network by connecting to the network cable. This as opposed to a star network topology setup. Next to each network component is an Internet Protocol (IP) address. Each IP consists of four number whose value can range from 0 to…

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    physical framework requirements described in Part 2, and the technology selections described in Part 3 to create the final Digital Edge Manufacturing network infrastructure proposal. Choosing the Cabling Used in the Network We considered infrastructure costs, speed, and reliability for cabling and adaptors. Our network employed hybrid type of network sine we use Ethernet cable, Wi-Fi and fiber optic as our media. Ethernet Technology The Ethernet technology was mostly used in the LAN because; 1.…

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    Bridge Analysis

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    for a computer to operate on a network, there is a range of different components that are required. They are the bridge, router, DSL modem, switch, network interface card and Hub. A bridge is a hardware and software devices designed for bridging applications. Bridge start on the OSI Model Data Link Layer. Their function is to detect an error and control the flow on the physical link. They look for the MAC addresses for Ethernet and Token Ring to determine whether or not to forward or ignore a…

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    A network device should allow for wireless connection for the student lobby. Network devices should be able to be secured and maintained with ease. The network devices should fit the needs of 524 potential hosts. Proposed Network Devices Switches in the closets and server rooms should be used over hubs. One 48 port switch is used for each classroom closet and server room. The computer lab uses a 72 port switch because of the number of hosts connected to it. Patch panels are also used for each…

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    Nt1210 Unit 3 Assignment

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    The reasons for using this Star topology are many. We can use both wired connections or wireless connections according to the office 's needs. So it can also avoid the mess of wire. In this network a cable failure or suppose one of the workstation (such as computer, printer, scanner etc) is broken down then only the broken workstation will be isolated from the rest of the network, all the other workstations will work normally in the network. So if one workstation goes down then none of the other…

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    Nt1310 Unit 7

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    1. What provides the physical connection between workstations on the network? The cables/wires and network interface card (NIC) provide the physical connection between work stations on the network. 2. What directs the flow of data over the network? A switch/hub/router directs the flow of data over the network. 3. What are the three functions of network software? The three functions of the network software are: To make sure that the information is addressed properly. To organise information…

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    continue to work. The advantages to this network is that when it is limited to a small network the connections are great. Another advantage would be that we will like is that it is easy to set up. A disadvantage to the bus topology is that if you connect too many workstations to the network the connection will be slow. Another disadvantage is if the either of the terminator or main cable goes down the whole network disconnects. Below is an example of what a ring topology looks like.…

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    Layers Of WBAN

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    preamble sequence to detect the beginning of data. The communication between on-body devices and off-body devices are achieved through UWB physical layer. Here the PPDU bits will be converted to a RF signal for transmission in wireless medium. Ultra Wide Band PPDU contains a PHY Header (PHR), PSDU and a Synchronization Header (SHR). To decode the PSDU, the receiver will use the information in PHR. MAC Layer MAC layer is defined on the top of PHY layer. It is done to control the channel access.…

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    2 OFDM SYSTEM:- OFDM system is divided into three parts 1. multi carrier modulation 2. frequency division multiplexing 3. Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing. 1.Frequency division multiplexing:- Frequency Division Multiplexing is a form of signal multiplexing which involves assigning non – overlapping frequency ranges or channels to different signals or to each user of a medium. A gap is left between each of these channels to ensure that the signal of one channel does not overlap with…

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