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    WBAN or Wireless Body Area Network is a new technology that has been invented for monitoring health condition of an individual. This is fitted in the body of a person Wire Sensor Network or WSN is possible due improvement of sensor technology as well as computer miniaturization. As the data related to patients are stored in a WBAN it is imperative that security of the data must be maintained. Body Area Network is a system comprising of wireless network of sensors to monitor health designed for delivering personalized health-care. Acquiring communications inside BANs is necessary for maintaining not only health data’s privacy but also for guaranteeing security of healthcare-delivery [9]. It is a system consisting of wireless network sensors,…

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    Verizon Wireless was the foremost national remote supplier in the United States to create and work a broad scale 4G LTE framework—the most established remote framework development available, with rates up to 10 times speedier than 3G. The Verizon Wireless 4G LTE structure is the greatest in the United States, passing on the organization at rates up to 10 times faster than 3G. They continue driving the business by offering the most vital quality things and agencies while displaying creative…

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    1. Introduction Today, Wi-Fi plays 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.…

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    providing television access to offering internet, landline, and wireless communication services. Verizon faces tough challenges from other firms in the industry on all business fronts. For example, Verizon faces AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and a few other organizations in wireless communication…

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    Importance Of Iot

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    IoT or internet of things can be considered as the new backbone of the society, which is related to information. IoT is a well-known term which is related to the interconnectivity between the two or more devices (the devices are physical devices such as buildings, smart devices, actuators, sensors, and software). It can be basically anything and everything which can be digitally connected with each other so that they can start the process of sharing data with each other. The process of sharing…

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    connected to the network it will initially communicate on a VLAN will only be allowed to communicate with active directory. Then once the device has been authenticated it will place the device on the appropriate VLAN that it will operate on. Any device that has not been set up in Active Directory will be placed into a null VLAN which will not grant access to the network. To access to the computing device users will use their common access card to log on to the system. This will require them to…

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    fast data communication, secure data communication, high data rate wireless communication, etc. Instead of radio frequency, VLC uses light, to transfer data. The visible light spectrum is unlicensed and 10,000 times larger than the range of radio frequencies. It can be used as an alternate to the existing radio based wireless communication technologies or in hybrid. Moreover, Integrated VLC resolves issue of load balancing in existing wireless…

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    Omantel Case Study

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    Omantel Company Name: Zainab Mohammed Saif ID No: 14f12656 What is organization? Omantel is the first wireless communications company in the Sultanate of Oman Omantel is the leader in providing integrated communications Solutions Company in the Sultanate of Oman through a variety of the latest range of services using the latest communication technology across its network covering all parts and throughout the Sultanate. Omantel logo embodies the Omani heritage of ancient Omani…

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    Communication model Similar to the sensing model, multiple communication models also proposed to mathematically model the complex characteristics of the wireless communication channel. The simplest model is the protocol model in which two nodes can communicate with each other iff they locate in each other’s communication range Rc. Further, in order to capture other disruptive physical characteristics of the wireless channel (e.g., the multiple path fading, and the interference, etc.) rather than…

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    QoS Analysis of 3G and 4G systems Abstract— The cellular communication system performance is improved by increasing channel capacity and spectrum efficiency. Spectral efficiency (SE) is a key factor in the design of cellular communication system as it quantifies how well the limited frequency spectrum resource is utilized. The efficient use of spectrum is analyzed in terms of coverage area, capacity and reuse distance. OFDMA is a very potential multiple access technique, which will be the…

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