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How to Avoid Colliding Signals In a Transmission Cable

Question Suppose two nodes, A and B, are attached to opposite ends of an 800 m cable, and that they each have one frame of 1024 bits (including all headers and preambles) to send to each other. Both nodes attempt to transmit at time t = 0. Suppose there are five repeaters between A and B, each inse ... Read More

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CSMA/CD File Transmission and Contention using Binary Exponential Backoff

Question Two CSMA/CD stations are each trying to transmit long (multiframe) files. After each frame is sent, they contend for the channel, using the binary exponential backoff algorithm. What is the probability that the contention ends on round k, and what is the mean number of rounds per contentio ... Read More

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Base Stations Wireless Technologies and the IEEE Standards

Question What are base stations in wireless networking? What IEEE standards are used for wireless networking? Summary The question belongs to Computer Science and particularly to Networking. The question here deals with the various IEEE networking standards used in wireless networking. Total Wo ... Read More

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What are the differences and similarities between an IEEE 802.11 frame and an Ethernet frame?

Question What are the differences and similarities between an IEEE 802.11 frame and an Ethernet frame? Summary The question belongs to Computer Science and particularly to Networking. The question here deals with the differences and similarities between IEEE 802.11 frame and Ethernet. These have ... Read More

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Establishing Network Between Windows and Linux Computers

Question To network a Windows desktop and a computer running RedHat Linux, what will you need and what steps will you take? Summary The question belongs to Computer Science and particularly to Networking. The question here deals with networking protocols and standards being used on Windows platfo ... Read More

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ISO and the Areas of Network Management Covered Under ISO

Question What does ISO stand for? What are the five areas of network management defined by the ISO? Summary The question belongs to Computer Science and particularly to Networking. The question here deals with ISO or International Standards Organization and the areas of network management defined ... Read More

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What are the seven message types in SNMP?

Question What are the seven message types in SNMP? Summary The question belongs to Computer Science and particularly to Networking. The question here is about the seven message types in SNMP. These message types are discussed in the solution. Total Word Count 24   ... Read More

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Files Sending Protocol in 802.11 b in Reserved Channel with SIFS and DIFS Functions

Question Suppose an 802.11 b station is configured to always reserve the channel with the RTS/CTS sequence. Suppose this station suddenly wants to transmit 1,000 bytes of data, and all other stations are idle at this time. As a function of SIFS and DIFS, and ignoring propagation delay and assuming ... Read More

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Write a function in HTML which can check whether or not an email address is valid

Question Write a function that will check to see if your email address resembles a valid email address. Create three functions with names, functionality and style. Summary The question belongs to HTML and it is about writing a program which helps in validating or verifying email addresses. The pro ... Read More

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Report on Quicksort Algorithm in C Language

Question Task The quicksort algorithm was developed in 1960 by Tony Hoare while in the Soviet Union, as a visiting student at Moscow State University. At that time, Hoare worked in a project on machine translation for the National Physical Laboratory. He developed the algorithm in order to sort th ... Read More

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Develop a Website which can store country-wise data in tables

Question Use the data in the XML documents provided to perform the tasks below: Part A: XML to HTML Transformation Your first task is to create a website that displays statistics on sports and countries. The website consists of three HTML pages, each generated by a different XSLT script. You must ... Read More

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Developing an SQL Database for a Local Recreation Business

Question TaskMembers of a small town in Tennessee are tired of having nothing to do on the weekend.  They want to start a local club where people can pay a monthly fee to be a member and participate in various activities.  Activities will be offered for 3 basic age groups: 12-18 years old ... Read More

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